NEW YEARS EVE INSPIRATION
TIME TO FIND THE BEST VERSION OF YOU, STYLE WISE
Christmas is now past, but don’t be sad because now comes an even more awesome party: New Years Eve. It’s one of those nights where you can go all-in. A night to find the best version of yourself. At least when talking about your outfit. But how do you do dress proper? We got a few tips for you, so if you feel a bit anxious about now knowing what to wear, don’t worry. We got you, buddy. Just remember; a white shirt is always a winner. And a tuxedo jacket isn’t a bad choice either. And for once, the black suit is legit. But what about your accessories? Here it is:
The Elegant Bow Tie
When talking about ‘Evening Wear’ one cannot ignore the bow tie. Here you got a few choices: one you tie yourself or one of the pre-tied bow ties. Pre-tied bows may have been something of a faux pas in the past, but among today’s busy modern gents they’ve gained a firm following for good reason. The easy hook fastening makes it a breeze to put on, while the pre-knotted bow guarantees you’ll stay looking sharp all evening. To make it count we made ours a bit oversized. You know, to make it stand out from the crowd. If you are sucker for the classics, you should go for the silk version that will work your entire lifetime. If you prefer to be a bit bold, but indeed awesome, you should try this season’s perhaps coolest fabric. Velvet. If you prefer going just black and white, this is the one. If you want to add some elegant colors, the Burgundy Velvet one is the best.
The Awesome Black Silk Tie
This one should have less of an introduction. Black and white always works and if you prefer a tie over a bow tie a a slim, black silk tie should be your go to. Pair it with a fine grey or black suit and of course a crisp, white shirt and you are ready to go looking amazing. If this sounds like the go-to outfit for you, check this out.
A Navy New Year?
Rules are here to be broken. At least some times. Most have very narrow thoughts regarding color choice of new years eve. That only black and white is proper. Black and white is without a doubt a classic and it makes the best of every man. But so does a navy suit, so why not exploit this? Pair it with a fine navy silk tie or perhaps stand even more out from the crowd choosing a tie with a more rough surface. Top it off with a white pocket square with borders.
Learn from the best:
Enough reading, just sit back and take notes. From the good old days, Jay-Z wearing a velvet bow tie at his very best to Tom Ford showing how awesome a silk tie can look.