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80s Mens Fashion Trends That Are Still Around

Fashion trends come and go, so it’s no surprise that the 80s are back in full swing. Let’s look at some 80s mens fashion trends that the modern 21 century man loves.

The 80s were most known for the crazy and colorful fashion statements, for both men and women. From velour tracksuits to chunky god jewelry, men across the world were taking fashion risks in this decade, and they weren’t holding back. And of course, fashion is always coming back, so the most basic 80s mens fashion trends have been slowly but surely coming back into style.

Men in the 80s loved the casual style and were highly influenced by what TV characters were wearing – some of those things being the slogan T-shirt.

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Slogan T-shirts are still to this day in style, with fashion brands competing with each other on who will come up with the best slogan T-shirt.

When on the topic of fashion brands, Levi’s was a huge influence in the 80s. Double denim looks were all over the streets. Oversized denim jackets with jeans and a slogan T-shirt or sweatshirt was one of the go-to looks for teenagers in the 80s. Continue reading “80s Mens Fashion Trends That Are Still Around”

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The Difference Between Tailored and Bespoke Suits

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If you’ve watched the famous cit-com “Suits” than you know the look on Harvey’s face when his assistant Mike Ross asked him “Why does it matter how much I spend on a suit” . Yu, amazed of surprise Harvey was, as power dressing and custom-made suits are his trademark. “ Dress for success” , is Harvey Specter ‘s philosophy, and unsurprisingly, of many other people in the real world. It seems more than normal, and even expected for a person in high power position of work or in society to look for tailoring services when they need to make a refreshment in their suit collection. The reasons for this are many, and although some of them may sound irrational or completely irrelevant compared to more important aspects like the quality of your answers on an interview for example, how you dress, and how a suit looks on you – matters big time. Or to put it in Harvey’s words: “People respond to how we’re dressed, so like it or not, this is what you have to doContinue reading “The Difference Between Tailored and Bespoke Suits”

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