Dress Attire: Yachting Chic?

A guest post by Angel Ramos.

Astor & Black recently teamed up with Haute Living Magazine, superyachts.com and Christensen Yachts to throw one of the most exclusive private parties of the Miami Boat Show, aboard the “Remember When.” The VIP guest poured in, and as the night crept up we had a yacht full of beautiful people in the most chic attires.

Receiving an invitation to a Yacht party might sound like fun, however you have to make sure your attire is on point. Yacht chic for men means bringing out the bright colors and pastels in your attire.  Ask yourself what a captain on a yacht  would wear, and make it look a bit more rich, chic and elegant.

The gentlemen aboard this yacht mixed and mingled in some great outfits from navy pinstripe sports coats and white pants to light cashmere sweater wrapped around their necks with grey pants.

The purpose is to wear something tailored yet comfortable, and have bright colors in your attire, whether it be in your jackets, pants and definitely your pocket squares.

These are the opportunities to pull out those awesome yellow, orange, white or pink trousers you purchased and always wanted to wear but thought it could be a bit bold to just wear for no reason. Any boat party is definitely a reason!

Depending on what social circles you run in you may be invited to several events that require specific attire. Black Tie Events, Yacht Parties, Kentucky Derby and perhaps even a polo match event here and there. All events require specific attire. Now are you the guy that shows up like he’s crashing the party or hosting it?

Let us know what your thoughts are on the pictures below our yacht party.

Dini Berger and Angel Ramos, representing Astor & Black New York and Miami.


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One Comment on “Dress Attire: Yachting Chic?”

  1. Brian Keenan
    April 20, 2011 at 8:01 am #

    This looks looks like so much fun! Please invite me to your next party!

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