Feeling Blue

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  I have started to think of my personal style as "elevated activewear", somewhere in between street style and dapper duds. I love sweatshirts, tees and denim, but usually find a way to polish them up a bit. I'm a visual merchandiser so I live a pretty physically active life. Always on the go and ready to build, climb, paint or style.  I'd love to wear a blazer everyday but it just isn't practical. Sweatshirts over shirts keep me cool and polished yet ready for whatever life is ready to throw my way. There's something so striking about wearing one color head to toe. A subtle art is required when combining different hues so you don't look like a children's TV character but if you get it just right, you'll turn heads in all the right ways. It requires savvy styling. I'm all about Indigo and chambray so blue was an obvious option. The white shirt makes the look crisp and the tie ads just the right amount of pattern. Just pick a color and run with it! How would you describe your personal style? Dapper or Street? Rugged or polished? Club Monaco sweatshirt / J-Crew shirt / Ben Sherman chambray trousers (similar) / The Tie Bar tie / Ray-Ban sunglasses / J-crew socks / Banana Republic shoes / Giles & Brother s-hook bracelet

 

I have started to think of my personal style as "elevated activewear", somewhere in between street style and dapper duds. I love sweatshirts, tees and denim, but usually find a way to polish them up a bit. I'm a visual merchandiser so I live a pretty physically active life. Always on the go and ready to build, climb, paint or style.  I'd love to wear a blazer everyday but it just isn't practical. Sweatshirts over shirts keep me cool and polished yet ready for whatever life is ready to throw my way.

There's something so striking about wearing one color head to toe. A subtle art is required when combining different hues so you don't look like a children's TV character but if you get it just right, you'll turn heads in all the right ways. It requires savvy styling. I'm all about Indigo and chambray so blue was an obvious option. The white shirt makes the look crisp and the tie ads just the right amount of pattern. Just pick a color and run with it!

How would you describe your personal style? Dapper or Street? Rugged or polished?

Club Monaco sweatshirt / J-Crew shirt / Ben Sherman chambray trousers (similar) / The Tie Bar tie / Ray-Ban sunglasses / J-crew socks / Banana Republic shoes / Giles & Brother s-hook bracelet

Aaron Wester