*This post contains a dress and necklace that were gifted to me
One of the things that I’m constantly hearing from my male followers is that I hardly ever do any posts on men’s fashion. I think the reason why is because I don’t know a thing about styling men. While I know what kind of clothing I like to see on a guy, it doesn’t mean I would feel confident dressing one. So instead of actually creating a look for a man today, I’m going to do something a bit different. I was recently contacted by Bonobos to take part in their Fall Style Challenge. For those of you who are not familiar with Bonobos, they offer SUPER trendy men’s clothing. To showcase their men’s suit collection, they came up with a fall style challenge. The clever thing about this challenge is that it’s not geared toward men. The goal for Bonobos is to get a female perspective. For the fall style challenge, I was tasked with creating a look for a woman that would compliment one of my favorite looks from the collection!
While I really liked all of the looks from the fall collection, there was one that immediately stood out. There’s nothing more appealing to me than a man wearing a beautifully tailored tuxedo. So when I saw how amazing the Capstone Tuxedo looked on the model wearing it, I knew I had to style a look for it! Since the jacket of the tuxedo is plaid, I didn’t want to wear anything at all that would clash with it. Enter the LBD! A Little Black Dress is not only classic, it’s an elegant, sophisticated choice for any occasion. By adding statement jewelry, the look is given an air of luxury.
Here’s the Capstone Tuxedo with my Little Black Dress (We look good together don’t we?!)
*Photos taken by Richard Glass
…and here are some additional photos of my look
When a man looks THAT good in a tuxedo, you’ve got to wear something that compliments him. Visit Bonobos at https://bonobos.com to view the rest of their fall collection.
What look would you have come up with for the fall style challenge?
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Until next time…