As far as textiles go, tweed is known for its moisture-resistant and durable properties. Because of this, it was most commonly worn for outdoor activities such as shooting and hunting in both Ireland and the United Kingdom in the 1950’s. As we move into the 21st century, we see the once English hunting fabric transformed into a men’s fashion staple. Due to tweed being made from a thick wool…

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Hey guys, Yesterday my good friend Julianna (as seen in this post) and I took a couple pictures of what I was wearing on campus yesterday.This outfit will prove to you that looking good isn’t always about spending a lot of money. Here’s a bit of inspiration for guys who want to look stylish at school on a budget!  Army green chinos – H&M Rusty brown leather motorcycle…

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One of the biggest influences that military style has had on menswear is army camo.  The trend came into fashion when the U.S invaded Iraq and in turn designers began incorporating the green, black, and brown pattern into their looks and collections. Besides the classic pattern, others have been created using a number of colour combinations. Personally, I’m a big fan of both the original camo print, as well as…

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Military inspiration has always been trending in menswear and travels in and out of style from season to season. Primarily seen in winter, designers incorporate different facets of military influence whether it be color, pattern, and also silhouette into their designs.  In my opinion though, there are a few key military pieces that seem to always work with your outfit and never seem dated, no matter…

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One piece that made the biggest return this fall/winter was the turtleneck.  The number of designers incorporating this piece was unbelievable!  The turtleneck trend also gained popularity because of exposure gained from the death of Steve Jobs.  Although he only wore a mock neck, the publicity brought about by his death meant that his iconic “turtlenecked” look was seen all over the world.  Below are some pictures from the…

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