The 3 Most Overlooked Details that will Elevate your Style Game.

We all want to look like we put just enough thought into our apperances. We want our clothing  to show that we have a solid, maybe even advanced understanding of fashion. But no one wants to look like they’ve spent hours picking out every detail (that’s what a professional clothier is for).  Master these 3 simple details and you’ll catch the eye of every client, executive, and peer you come across with your effortless elegance.

1. The Pocket Square.

We see guys all the time in nice jackets with empty breast pockets. The pocket square is a simple, inexpensive investment, but that dash of color in your pocket will yield a tremendous improvement in your style game.

Graphic Pocket Square, $39.

We’re loving the trend of adding a pocket square to a vest, too!

2. Shirt Sleeves.

This is one of those details that truly separates the boys from the men. If your shirt sleeves are too long or too short, you’ll never look put together. Here, Pharrell Williams has a sharp combination of colors and pattern, but the look falls short with t0o-long sleeves.

3.  A nice brief case.

Your brief case, while practical, should be an extension of your look. A clean, high quality brief case will give you the right impression. Remember that what you carry is as important as how you carry yourself!

17″ Slim Brief Case, Johnston & Murphy, $325

Categories: Timeless Wardrobe Tips

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One Comment on “The 3 Most Overlooked Details that will Elevate your Style Game.”

  1. May 25, 2011 at 3:13 pm #

    What about leaving the bottom button of your vest unbuttoned…. verdict?

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