Style is in the details.
I like clothes that are uncomplicated. Classic, clean and really well made.
That sounds simple, but it’s often so hard to find. Men’s jackets these days are weighed down by extra pockets, toggles and snaps. Sweaters have 30 different colored yarns. Shirts with upside down pockets.
You don’t need all that excess to be in style. Classics are classics for a reason!
That’s why I really connect with Theory. They’re minimal, sharp and well-made. The coat (and color of the coat) speaks for itself.
At their Fall/Winter 16’ Presentation, they continued the tradition with expertly tailored coats and fitted sweaters with subtle detailing. Nothing overstated, just really well done staples. That wave of hangers is going to be what my closet looks like in the Fall!
Style tip: If you really want to make a colorful coat pop, only wear neutrals. Make that one color the focal point of the outfit and let every other piece support it. I’m wearing a cream waffle, tan trousers and white shoes. An outfit that works on it’s own, but is really set off by the “dark marsh” jacket. Try it next time you reach for a colorful sweater or pair of pants. Let that piece be your one “pop”.