Monday morning. Heavy weekend. Alarm goes off, you’ve overslept. Up, shower, look in the wardrobe. Creased shirt, check. Beige chinos, check. Brown tie, check.
Hey, seriously? Don’t be that guy.
So, your creative job role doesn’t demand you to wear a full three-piece suit every day. Good for you buddy, there’s still no need to dress like someone’s geography teacher. Or worse: their banal, adolescent brother.
We’ve pulled together our top sartorial picks that are guaranteed to transform you into a vestiary god in any situation; from the boardroom to the beer garden. We’ve all got our fingers crossed for the latter.
|Go on, make a golf joke. Let it all out. Like it or not, tartan pants are nailing the runway and the high street this year, and give you a fashionable edge whilst still looking smart as hell. Get them here.|
The Turtle Neck and Blazer Combo
|Whilst classic when worn separately, angels will sing if you combine a tweed blazer with a slick turtleneck. A modern, chic twist on your everyday jacket and tie. Wear with jeans or tailored trousers.|
The Denim Shirt
|When selecting a denim shirt, it is easy stumble blindly between looking like someone who is finally getting round to painting the spare room, and a student who buys their clothes from a charity shop. Not with this shirt though. The exact shade and thickness make it a smarter choice than most, but the denim keeps it cool and casual. Dress up with shoes, or down with trainers.|
|These bad boys will finish off any modern-day outfit, whether you pair them with ripped jeans or smarter pants. Note: colourful socks encouraged.|
|Brightly coloured socks are absolute must-have in 2018. Liven up your everyday jeans and a shirt with these babes, and you’ll be the talk of the office (and NOT because you accidentally clicked reply all to the whole agency when asking that girl from HR out for a drink).|
|This sleek backpack not only screams, “I’m promotion material!” but it also perfectly transports your laptop and sandwiches from A to B. So that’s handy.|
And to finish it all off… The Rings
|As a rule, men’s rings should be chunky and heavy, and always worn on the outer to middle fingers. Like these little gems.|
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