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.
This weekend on the street, with Jiawa from Beige Renegade, we are twinning in burgundy. Burgundy, dark wine, or maroon has been so big and popular this year, it is like the “IT colour” after dusty pink, there are so many designers and labels are doing burgundy. Even the crazy popular Gucci Princetown slippers has burgundy and pink colour.
Burgundy is warm, romantic and is an absolute staple colour during autumn and winter. This year, it has stretched its way into spring as a seasonal colour trend appearing in 2016 spring collections. Now burgundy is the ‘new navy’ where it can be worn in more ways than you think. Belonging into the red and purple families with its other colour siblings like shades of maroon and wine, it exudes classiness due to its richness in colour. The warmer the better as leaning into more of the red tones is the way to go, according to Bloggers Boyfriend. If you are contemplating on how to match colours, burgundy looks great with brown, mustard and your usual suspects that ‘fall’ under as an autumn trend colour. On the other hand, the basic cool colours and material such as denim, navy and blue also creates the perfect contrast. If you want to translate burgundy into spring with a bit of personality, then wear the colour with sailor stripes, suggestively with black, white or navy to give burgundy a bit of life and a breath of fresh air. Burgundy in different textured materials and shades combined outfits are also recommended especially in wool, velvet, shining leather, silk or satin. This season, designers such as J.Crew, Loro Piana, John Lobb, Rubinacci and Common Projects have all raised their hands for burgundy trend.
How do you like to wear your maroon and wine colours? Comment below and share with us.
Kurt is wearing Calibre Australia’s new season stretch denim moto jacket | Thom Browne Aviator sunglasses with oversized mirrored lens | UniqloAU blue linen cardigan | Marks & Spencer smart cropped trousers | COS STORE green socks | Brando Shoes green suede monk-straps Iacopo Prato |
From thinner to thicker bombers, from fitted to oversized bombers, from “just perfect for me” kind of length to over long bombers, this season at TOPSHOP & TOPMAN, a new range of military bomber jackets are available for any of your needs.
New mustard / orange-ish coat from Bloggers Boyfriend Ebay. Paired it with monk-strap loafers from Santonio Italy (also from the “warm tones family”) Dressed the bright colour down with simple classic jeans and white T-shirt. Sunglasses: Gentle Monster// T-shirt:Son of A Tailor//Hair: Redken Australia//Jeans: Calibre Australia
Kurt is a freelance photographer, social media strategist and men’s style & interior consultant who based in Australia. Kurt founded BloggersBoyfriend.com as a place to share his luxury bachelor styled travel and fashion photography. More importantly, the connections with all the bloggers in his work and personal life could be described as “boyfriend duties” – or “tripod boyfriend”, or just tripod – interpreting each blogger’s story through his lens.
During the years he has connected with fashion houses such as MCQ Alexander Mcqueen, Song For the Mute, Mr.Porter, LO'real Australia, Accor Hotel Groups and many more. With style icon Jiawa from Beige Renegade right by his side as a powerful "Blogger Duo", they are taking off for Melbourne, Sydney and Tasmania in May 2016 to collaborate with Islington Hotel and Thalia Haven. Kurt has dived into Australian style scene and is taking the fashion world by storm with strong relationships and contacts in the industry and a world of knowledge and experience.
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