Let’s get things straight here; who said men can’t wear floral prints to? Exactly, no one has said men can’t wear floral. A man who can pull off a bold print, such as a floral one or even a pink and purple plaid, is a man with a sense of style. This look specifically is understated, yet stands out with the peek-a-boo floral collar under this cream wool sweater. Not to mention the cuffed denim fitted jeans and oxford style leather lace-up boots. It is tastefully put together.

At my campus, there are quite a few men who dress similar to this and take pride in their fashion. I love a man who is not afraid to push the boundaries, especially when he is wearing something preppy and fresh paired with a killer pair of sunglasses. Sunglasses are those accessories that can really make or break an outfit in my opinion, but this look is the perfect example for how it does make the outfit come together.

Hats are another great way to accessorize one’s look. If this outfit did not have the gold framed, polarized blue shades I would say you can try piecing a navy or even dark brown with blue accent band, medium brim, fedora. Sometimes hats are not for everyone, but if your feeling like it’s a hat day then please, do not shy away from one! You can even try simple rings. It may sound odd, but guys can wear rings too! This man, specifically, is wearing a simple gold pinkie ring that pairs perfect with his gold-framed sunglasses. It’s a simplistic accessory that also helps tie the outfit together.

Gentlemen do not be afraid to step out of your comfort zone and wear bold prints, even jeans that expose your fabulous boots. Fashion is something a lot of people take pride in, it can make a person feel good knowing that they’re fashionable and people recognize them for it. So take my advice and next time you see something like a floral print, do what my friend here has done and pair it with a sweater, jeans, and boots and I promise girls will take notice of you.

xoxo,

T.

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