Give the Gift of Style

Give the Gift of Style

Time has quickly flown by and Christmas is just around the corner. If you are still looking for those last minute stocking stuffers for the gentlemen in your life, why not give them the gift of style? As many of us know, in order to achieve great style you have to start with the essentials. For this reason, I put together a look using a few staple menswear items from our friends at EXPRESS.

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Whether it’s a cardigan, a jumper, or a turtleneck, knitwear is often a safe bet for a gift. Getting a well-fitted sweater in a basic color like a grey, black, or navy can only enhance a guy’s style. This Ombre Shawl Collar Cardigan from EXPRESS has a woven texture and lightly fades from grey to charcoal. Not only will it stand out from all the other basic sweaters he may currently carry in his wardrobe, but it can easily transition from day-to-night.

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Henley’s are the sexier cousin of the crew neck t-shirt. Most guys already have a plethora of crew neck and v-neck t-shirts in there menswear arsenal. Henley’s can be slightly dressier than a shirt with a typical neckline, as they come with long sleeves and buttons. Henley’s also accentuate a man’s frame, which will give him the appearance that he is more muscular than he actually is. Let’s just say that giving a Henley this Holiday season will automatically make your recipient more attractive.

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Black jeans should be a staple in any guy’s wardrobe. Sometimes men can over-wear their black jeans and they start to look a little washed-out. Update his old black jeans with these black Slim Fit Moto Flex Stretch Jeans from EXPRESS. The ribbing above the knee will add some character to his look, while the stretch in the denim will be so comfortable, they may become his new favourite pair.

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Happy gifting,

Jonathan Cavaliere