Men's Fashion - Must Have Wardrobe Essentials

There are some things that every man looks good in. Whether it's a pair of denim jeans, a white dress shirt or a suit in solid color. Certain pieces and styles work for any guy who is willing to try them.

With a countless number of designs, fits and colors to choose from, the outfit opportunities are never-ending. Let's consider some of the staple pieces which we think are a must in every man's wardrobe.

Dark Denim:

Jeans are now possibly the single most effective, iconic and popular piece of clothing available to men. When striving for ultimate versatility (which is the key essence of this blog) there is one clothing that caters for all occasions - slim blue/dark denim. Smart or casual, wear it your way!

Classic White Button-down Shirt:

While shirts are widely considered a wardrobe staple, it is the button-down (collar) version that over time has proven most versatile. White of all the colors is a must have. You can sport both casual and formal look. 

Buy Men White Casual Shirt Here

Well Fitted Suit/Blazer: 

I don't know about you all but a suited up man, wins it all! That says all!

Blazer on the other hand can salvage any ordinary look. You can throw it on a casual shirt tucked in slim fit jeans for a smart casual look and for formal meetings, wear it with well fitted trousers, a crisp shirt and a tie. 

Buy Men Grey Super Slim Fit Jeans Here

Checkered Casual Shirt:

I personally prefer checkered shirts in red and blue hue. It gives the overall look a young, casual and relaxed vibe. It can reduce any man's age by 5! My Model opts for one with a hoodie. I don't complain.

Buy Red Slim Fit Casual Shirt Here
Buy Men Aviator Sunglasses Here

Waist Coat/Sleeveless jacket:

These can be incorporated into any outfit of your choice, smart or casual, without looking out of place. A waist coat is more than just a standalone outerwear option. It makes for a particular layering piece, bringing texture and depth to those outfits lacking in it. A waist coat can easily replace a blazer during hot weather. 

Geeky Glasses:

Gone are the days when huge black frames were considered outdated and for geeks. They made a royal come back in style last season. They look the best with clear frames and bright frames. 

Colored Chinos:
If there's anything that could come a close second to jeans in terms of comfort and style, it is chinos. They are every designer's favorite. I recommend one in every color. Do not miss the red, orange, tan and green for anything! Take a smart-casual approach to dress down Friday by ditching your suit jacket for a waistcoat and your trousers for a pair of tailored chinos.
Buy Men Red Brooklyn Slim Fit Chinos Here
Buy Men Blue Roy Slim Fit Casual Shirt
We recommend throwing yours on with chinos and loafers for a casual spring/summer outfit.
Denim Shirt:
During the warm-weather months, swap your denim shirt for a chambray version. The lightweight alternative. 
Buy Men Blue Denim Slim Fit Casual Shirt Here

Printed Round Neck T Shirt & Striped Trousers:
When it comes to Men's wear, I don't believe in dressing according to age. Fashionable men can pull off anything. That said, we like Men in printed round neck t shirts. Pair those with simple blue denim and play safe or go around the town pairing them with printed trousers and the whole world will know where you live!
We think they are versatile and easily wearable. 
Buy Purple Printed T-shirt here
Buy Men Navy & White Checked Shorts here
Buy Men Navy Cap here 
Model: Rahul Sinha
Photographer: Me
We will leave the footwear and accessories department for another post! 
As I always say, I want to hear your opinion on Fashion and if you have any personal tips make sure you leave your thoughts in the comments section below


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