Tag: Menswear Trends
A few times a year, the whole world stops what it's doing and turns its collective attention to the most stylish cities (New York, London, Florence, Milan, and Paris) for various fashion weeks. Generally under the radar is Men's Fashion Week, which showcases the best in menswear trends - on and off that runway. This season, we tapped Le 21ème 's Adam Katz Sinding… read more »
We love us a little leather. We love us a little leather cut into a jacket even more. Enter Daniel Won, a menswear designer who has all but cornered the market on the leather jacket. (Or is on his way to, anyway.) Each piece he makes is designed to be versatile in every sense of the word, boasting removable and reversible functions and details. Here, the New… read more »
In addition to heading up social media at MyHabit, Jason Nickel also happens to be an expert on everything menswear and James Bond. If anyone ever has a question about who the best Bond was (Connery, naturally) or how many buttons to button on a three-button sportscoat (sometimes the top, always the middle, never the bottom), Jason is your gentleman. Here, in the… read more »
Crisp, starched, cuffed—we love a man in a good suit. Now that fall is upon us, we’re spotting tailored pieces left and right. We tapped On Abbott Kinney’s Michael Dumler to snap some seriously stylish gents looking dapper in their suits. Guys, check ‘em out and follow their lead, one pressed piece at a time.
Newsflash, people: Jewelry is having a moment. From delicate gold chains to dramatic cocktail rings, essentially anything goes right now—if, that is, you know how to wear it. Here, a few of the ways we are incorporating a little bling in our lives as of late.
Safe to assume it’s been a crazy couple of days for Todd Snyder, with him having just debuted his on-point (as always) Spring 2015 collection last Thursday. (Heads up, guys: Blue will be a big menswear trend next year.) Yet, gentleman that he is, Mr. Snyder took a minute to share a few of the things he is picking up this fall – and that you probably should, too.… read more »
Fiercely stylish women have been borrowing from the boys to man up their style game for as long as personal style has been a "thing". Katharine Hepburn, for instance, was far ahead of her time, borrowing pant suits, button up shirts and blazers from the boys while most women were only wearing dresses and skirts. Pairing her ensembles with masculine loafers and… read more »
Whether you slip into a suit every week for work or dust off the ol’ jacket and tie primarily during wedding season, one thing should always be true of your go-to suiting: You feel like a million bucks when you wear it. With so many colors, fabrics, accessories and tailoring technicalities to choose from, finding your perfect suit—the one that works for… read more »
Megan launched Style Girlfriend in 2009 with the goal of providing real style advice for real guys from a friendly, female perspective. And that’s just what she’s done. Despite her spot-on advice landing in the pages of various glossy mags (think GQ, Esquire, Lucky, etc), Megan remains what she set out to be: A chic, friendly, girl-next-door type who isn’t afraid… read more »
A great fitting dark blue suit—whether a classic navy or interesting variation on the hue—should be the anchor garment in any well-dressed man's wardrobe. Simply put, it is timeless and essential. This is your workhorse suit and should absolutely be the first suit that you own because of its unmatched versatility. From casual to business and even black tie, there… read more »
We are firm believers that the key to menswear is simple: Invest in the classics. And, in an effort to share our humble-but-true philosophy with brothers, husbands, colleagues and other guys like you near and far, we put together a little guide to the pieces that should be in every guy's closet. (Check it out here.) We started with just a few of the essentials… read more »
With warm weather headed our way (or, at least, escapes to warm weather destinations), there’s one big change I make when getting dressed in the morning: I start cuffing my pants. This may seem like a small change, but, for me, it heralds the arrival of spring and a more relaxed approach to what I wear.
The polar vortex might still have us in its icy grips, but temperatures soared way above 32 over the weekend, which reminds us that spring is right around the corner, and hallelujah to that. To celebrate, it’s high time us guys started looking at what we’re going to be wearing once summer’s in full swing. First up, swimming trunks. There are far too many examples… read more »
…because my beloved but semi-clueless (when it comes to menswear trends, anyway) husband is ever on the hunt for a pair of jeans that are comfortable, but don’t make him look like a college student. Even better, he is finally embracing that tailored, slim cut style I’ve been pushing on him for the past couple of years. (Small victories!) And so, as a long time… read more »
OK: The cardigan. How, exactly, should a guy go about wearing one?
Cardigans are one of the most versatile style options available to a guy. We like the contrast of wearing a thick bulky cardigan on the outside with a thin t-shirt or light gauge sweater on the inside. Another great option is to match a lightweight cardigan with a classic buttondown shirt. Or… read more »
Todd Snyder does not mess around. Prior to launching his eponymous label in 2011, he spent two decades bouncing from one amazing job to another — outerwear expert at Polo Ralph Lauren, Director of Menswear at the Gap, and finally SVP of men's at J. Crew — so let's just say that his resume is more impressive than ours, and leave it at that. I'd never actually… read more »
The Label: Founded in 2007 by longtime pals Laurence Chandler and Joshua Cooper, the young New York-centric label prides itself on creating progressive designer menswear. (Rochambeau, in case you were wondering, is French for Rock, Paper, Scissors.) We’re talking fresh takes on those classic pieces in your closet, guys: Impeccably tailored shirting… read more »
A quick look at some of the pieces in MyHabit staffers' shopping carts right about now...
Here's the good news: What you need to buy for fall this year is the same thing you need to buy for fall next year, and the year after, and the year after that. Men's style is a static beast — what looked good in 1960 still looks good today, so killing it on the clothing front does not involve hopping on a bandwagon or buying into whatever menswear trend some… read more »
The sharp tailoring, the sleek silhouettes, this awesome coat: We cannot wait to see what Joseph Altuzarra marches down the runway this Saturday, when his Spring ’14 collection makes its NYFW debut. In the meantime, we will take the designer’s spot-on styling advice below to heart, and pick up a tailored pencil skirt here, a printed blazer there. (All Altuzarra,… read more »
Summer is slowly drawing to a close but that doesn't eliminate some last-minute warm-weather fun. Get your friends together for that final summer Friday, plan a long weekend at the beach, on the lake, or camping upstate. Whatever you choose, make it a launching pad for glorious summer memories.
We’re of the mind that we should probably just photograph MyHabit Senior Buyer Karan in any of the clothes he buys for the site and call it a day, as the clothes will no doubt proceed to sell themselves. Proof? This photograph of Karan right here, snapped between showroom appointments and showing how easy it is to wear jeans in a way that appear both sharp and… read more »
Street style: It's a phrase that gets thrown around a lot, but we can't help but think its original meaning was intended to describe the style of someone like Emmett Shine. Indeed, the subject of today's launch of The Denim Shop rocks a hoodie and sneakers like no other. Here, Shine, founder of downtown creative agency Gin Lane Media, shares a sneak peek into his… read more »
Gentlemen: Wearing jeans should be easy, right? A no-brainer? Agreed. We recruited real guys to show us how they wear denim day in and day out. And then we asked them a few choice questions about themselves, because, while they are real guys, they also happen to have really cool jobs. First up? The purveyor of one of the strongest (and most delicious) cups of joe… read more »
At this point in the summer, the only thing I want to be wearing is a swimsuit and flip flops. It’s too hot for anything else. Unfortunately that won’t fly as office attire, so I’ve come up with a few other ideas on how to beat the heat and look good doing it.
Fact: When on Pinterest, the majority of our pins hightlight sweets (serious chocolate addicts here) or dreamy travel destinations. But oh-so occasionally we diverge, and right now we’re focusing on all things motorcycle. That’s right – that two-wheeled symbol of freedom. That beautiful machine that fulfills your every desire for speed. You get the point, right?… read more »
Oh, how time flies. Seems like just yesterday we were celebrating the onslaught of warm weather, and here we are already discussing Father’s Day gift ideas. Nonetheless, time is of the essence – June 16 will be here before we know it. As such, we cornered our head of marketing (and resident men’s editor) Matt and asked him share his top picks for Dads everywhere.… read more »
The thing with spring is that it isn't summer. While any temperature increase is welcome this time of year, stringing more than a couple warm-weather days together is hard. But rest assured, that first beach weekend is fast approaching, and here are a few tips on what to wear on the sand and in the surf.
Swagger is a state of mind—but a fragile one—and can come crashing down around your feet, literally, when wearing the wrong shoes with a suit. To not get tripped up, go with slim, tied shoes with thin soles. Black leather is a sure bet for blue or grey suits, but dark browns also look sophisticated. Remember, shoes must always be darker than the suit, and never… read more »
“My father used to say, ‘Let them see you and not the suit. That should be secondary.’” Cary Grant
This season, menswear designers from New York, Paris and Milan featured heavy doses of dapper refinement on the runways. Liking the masculine ease of these collections, I was struck by how they could seem new, fresh and unique, yet be clearly born from sartorial… read more »