A breakdown of what colors you might want to have in your closet by percentage.
Heist movies might never go out of style.
Don’t know what to wear? Men’s Health attempts to solve that problem
Our Esquire Color Quotient week rolls on with a color you can get stuck in a rut with. Gray.
The only corkscrew you’ll ever need, from a guy who should know.
Somewhere between Spring Jacket and Overcoat is this. For under $60.00
Adding real color to a watch doesn’t always mean it’ll be in the watch band.
A Navy suit should be the foundation of a guys wardrobe. That and it’ll quickly fill the 19% of Navy in the Esquire Color Quotient.
Slim down from the fat wallet with a fabric card case
The Macy’s House Label takes a decidedly more stylish turn
$70 Sh*t kickers. Not bad.
Two suggestions for filling up the 20% of White in the Esquire Color Quotient.
Because sometimes burning gas can be a lot of fun.
Nice looking Motorcycle Jacket. Too bad you’ll never be able to wear it?
The long weekend getaway requires a bag to put your stuff in. Here’s the bag.
The New Esquire has suggestions for weekend watches. They’re expensive. This one is not. ***Now with the Esquire Article Link***
Details Magazine proclaims his most recent formal wear selection his “Style Sweet Spot”
With a little bit of effort, and a tailor, you can make a $35 blazer look like it cost a lot more.
Less is more. Especially when it comes to the simplicity of a tie, and how much it costs.
Brown Dress Boots go with just about anything. And for under $60, these are a steal.