The key to a truly versatile wardrobe is stocking key staples in neutral hues – traditionally earthy colours, sand tones, camel, black, white and grey – no wonder the monochrome movement has been so indomitable for 2015 and 2016. So it might seem almost sacrilegious for Jiawa Liu and I to be endorsing a colour for the coming autumn, let alone green. But military green is not just any green. Its ever so specific desaturated earthy personality makes it the perfect new neutral to change up your wardrobe for the new season.
How to wear it? Trust me on this, the military green will camouflage right into your everyday wardrobe (pun intended). However, for an effortlessly put together look, keep the whole outfit to no more than two or three key colours. Reference these dark and muted green badass military roots with oversized utility pockets, then inject a modern touch with a sexy wrap skirt (for her) or a pair of powerful loafer with silver buckles (for him).
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The easiest way to master a masculine look in winter would be selecting the right signature military coat with structured details and a perfect length. Dress it down with casual accessories such as beanies, monochrome t-shirts and casual chinos, or play colour palette by pairing the greens with warm hues – mustard, orange, tan, brown and maroon – Here wearing green wool coat with shearling and structured lapels, Calibre Australia cropped trousers, Want Les Essentiels patent leather boots in burgundy, Calibre Overnight leather bag.
Talking about this season’s statement pieces — something easy to style with, but also bright up your whole outfits and everybody’s eyes. A pink suede biker — a more feminine, softer colour, but balanced by its muscular shape and structure. Goes perfectly with shining leather briefcases, wool sweaters and cable knits, also stripes. Avoid tan, brown and warm yellow hue colours.
The Classics will yet end up on the wrong side of history unless Alessandro Michele or Demna Gvasalia arrives Australia way too early. The New Uniqlo MA-1 Blouson proved that this iconic Japanese brand is not only good at dressin’ U down n makin’ you feelin’ cozy, but also makin’ you look sharp and fresh with a budget.
Or meet them at the half way. Blend these light-weighted bomber jackets with old-school button up denim shirts, vintage Levis’ or simply coat the bomber over your suits during lunch break. Did I mention it is water repellent? Bye-bye umbrellas.
From Yeezy’s muted peachy hues to Common Project’s pastel pink leather 2016 collection, don’t be surprised if you are seeing 50 shades of pink wherever you go as this men’s fashion trend is feeding through all over Instagram and Pinterest. Here is how Kurt from Team Bloggers Boyfriend rocks a textured blush trench coat and pink leather joggers.
You might have read from our recent ‘FROM LONDON TO MILAN: Autumn/Winter 2016 MEN STREETSTYLE & DESIGNER RUNWAY TRENDS’ article about how major military and khaki tones are as trends in 2016 and it’s only getting bigger and better as exhilarating army bad-ass tones for Autumn/Winter 16! So you’re probably wondering how to wear these colours into your everyday outfit just like a fashion blogger. Well my fashion friend, good thing you’re in the right place because Bloggers Boyfriend and his partner in crime Karen Woo are showing you how it’s done!
There are not many exciting places like Cataract Gorge Reserve in Launceston, but this place may take forever to go through to experience. e.g. Its swimming pool like Bondi Iceburg, cafe and relaxing park, rugged mountain and walking tracks, so pretty much take the whole day for the family to experience them all.
During early spring in Melbourne, One of my pleasure is to be one of the first dressed in light weighted suits with the breezy wind and beautiful early afternon sun kisses while others are still soaked in cozy greys from winter.I am just testing these suits for you. Hmmmm, yes they are so good and feather weighted, you definitely should have one for the hot summer.
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As a full-time jetsetter, Kurt records his voyages via his photo masterpieces and unique styles; with an eye for the extraordinary, he is known for his unique ability to produce high fashion and vision, for commercial and lifestyle contexts. He is motivated by a desire to interpret each of his own story into creative and visually exciting digital narratives, made bespoke for the increasingly social media oriented world.