Rosemary Mac Cabe

Hemlines, heels and haute couture – your daily dose

Dapper fellas . . .

This week’s column was on menswear – did you read it? – and, in the course of my research, I came across these great menswear images from Next. Slick! I think one accusation levelled quite frequently at menswear is that …

Fri, Nov 25, 2011, 16:30

   

This week’s column was on menswear – did you read it? – and, in the course of my research, I came across these great menswear images from Next. Slick!

I think one accusation levelled quite frequently at menswear is that it’s unimaginative and leaves little scope for experimentation and individuality, but of late I’ve really seen Irish guys making changes in how they dress themselves – a pop of colour in your tailoring is one way, while using one tone throughout is another (below). What do you think?

I even styled a slot for Xposé on the very topic of experimenting with your menswear a couple of months ago; you can watch it back here*!

* If you hate blatant self-promotion, please, let me know! Or, y’know, just grin and bear it and we’ll all live in harmony.

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