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.
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.
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 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.
Believe it or not, you can have something on your wrist that isn’t too shiny, and still has a metal band.
Triumph All Black Chronograph 162.50 Sure it’d be nice to have $8800 lying around to drop on a new Triumph Bonneville, but if you’re like me… that might not be a possibility. So instead of buying a motorcycle from the famous British Brand, why not a watch? Triumph’s updated-classic style translates perfectly to their collection […]
Midway between work boots and dress shoes, there’s these. And they’re back on sale for under $75. What is it, Kenneth Cole day or something?
One is the loneliest number. Except on a suit jacket.
Pot, meet Kettle. Kettle, Pot.