Bruv, we all want to love and to be loved but some of us pay special attention to your fashion taste. This is 2020, not 1900. Any man who is comfortable in shirts and trousers just to cover their nakedness isn’t worthy as a ‘take-home-to-Mama’
Men’s clothing does much more than cover the body. It speaks luxury, confidence, and class. Little wonder, designers are constantly creating new styles, breaking the norm, and changing the status quo.
Gucci, Polo Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss etc. are great fashion brands for men who loves luxury. However, you can choose to shop according to your pocket by going for lesser brands with quality products.
A woman appreciates a fashionable man with a unique fashion sense. Therefore, I’ll be sharing with you 10 clothing items that Must not be missing in your closet.
Hey Dude, don’t go around without a Wristwatch, it speaks volumes of your personality It is a very important clothing accessory for men and shouldn’t be neglected. Having more than one in your closet won’t be harmful.
Good leather shoes
If you can’t afford the highly expensive shoes, go for locally made ones. There are great local show brands who will give you almost same quality as their foreign counterpart.
Not every guy is a fan of suits, but you should have one in your closet. There are occasions that will call for it. Ensure you go for a neatly tailored suit that fits well.
A pair of denim trousers
To be on top of your game as a classy dude, get a pair of denim trousers that fits well.
You can’t get enough of this. Get as many as you can in different colors and designs.
Black and Brown quality leather belts are a must-have for you. You can never be wrong to invest in belts.
Get comfortable in your sandals for casuals. Don’t be tempted not to include this in your clothing collection.
Do not underestimate what a blazer can do for you. It is a good ‘quick-wear’ for an unofficial outing.
Ties and cufflinks
These are great clothing accessories. Invest in different designs.
Own a considerable number of native attires. Don’t be too ‘foreign’ to forget to promote your culture and native attires.