Get your rocks off
Because, in front of rocks for no reason except that it’s fashion.
Even though men have become more stylish with their sartorial choices, accessorising (specifically hat-wearing) is still an area that seems to lack in numbers.
Hats, like bags, have to be a certain style before men would commit to them. Just like backpacks, there is stigmas to hats like snapbacks
that stops men from adorning one but the truth is hats come in a variety of styles.
From bowler to fedora to newsboys to bucket, the selection is endless and it is about picking one that suits your face shape and personality.
A classic style hat would be best-suited for most men but it is important to understand that a hat should bring out the personality of the wearer, not dictate.
Wearing a classic hat does not mean you have to pair it with classic garments such as suit and tie so next time you put on a classic hat like a fedora, try,
1) wearing one with contrast details (colour, fabrication)
2) juxtaposing it with a sporty look (by wearing sneakers and using a sports canvas bag)
3) creating a colour contrast between the hat and the rest of the outfit.
Polo Shirt Prada | Trousers Acne (similar) | Jacket Orri Henrisson | Shoes Adidas | Hat Henrik Vibskov | Bag Henrik Vibskov
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- February 01, 2014
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