Mesh print

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Because, colours.

There are many ways to stand out when it comes to dressing without looking like you are heading to a costume party. Wearing colours or a bold printed shirt are the easiest solutions and while most guys would eagerly avoid either or both, there are ways to work with these options that would not challenge your masculinity or maturity.

The key to working with colours and prints is to adopt a dapper style. No one can fault you for an ostentatious printed shirt or a pair of fruity trousers if your look is neat and trim in appearance. However it is still fundamental to pair colours that do not clash and choose a print that is garish for the right reasons. It is also vital to show confidence because if you cannot laugh at yourself for the bold ensemble, someone else will do it for you.

On the next occasion you decide to stand out, try

1) cuffing your shirt (to give a hint of casualness and that you are not taking yourself too seriously)
2) wearing two items that are the same colour (to maintain consistency – the belt and the jumper in this case)
3) draping instead of wearing a jumper (this gives a preppy, smart look)

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Paul Smith shirt, Zara mens tan carryall bag, Topman pink mens trousers, Orlebar Brown red sunglasses, neon blue belt, mens flat lay

Shirt Paul Smith | Trousers Topman | Jumper Orlebar Brown | Belt ASOS | Sunglasses Orlebar Brown | Carryall Zara | Socks American Apparel | Shoes Rachel Comey

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No, it’s not a print on mesh. It’s a print of a mesh.

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About me

Henry Ng is a writer, photographer, stylist and consultant. Henry found success owning his own menswear label, Orri Henrisson, before moving into digital marketing where his creative and strategy skills are highly sought after. Henry’s passion for menswear and travel saw him launching Street Style Poser. Henry loves all things bright and colourful, karoke, Kristen Wiig, and salted caramel anything!


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