There’s a strong appeal when a man has a strong sense of style. Whether he’s the type who wears a suit and tie from nine to five, or the gym bro in sneakers and sweats for most of the day, a well-navigated look is something to appreciate.
You don’t have to be the sort who’s constantly on-trend; what matters most when it comes to having your look down to a T is authenticity and quality.
We account authenticity to a man’s ability to filter through the noise of trends and fads, and stick to their guns. Quality is subject to a man’s keen appreciation of the clothes he puts on his back. It’s not just about carefully putting together an outfit, but rather having a free hand in the process—an uncontrived, natural selection.
From the boss man to the city dweller, and even the relaxed lounger, scroll down to see a curation of closet staples for the different men’s styles we all know and love.
The Lounge Hound
You’ll see him by the beach—most likely a resort that he owns or has frequented for the past couple of years. This guy knows how to dress down and relax in style. Think light and airy button-downs from Ricardo Preto, Bluemint swim shorts, and Hackett flip-flops that are handsome enough to wear outside.
The big boss
He’s the type who’s always jetting off; a globetrotter that steps off the plane boardroom-ready. This man is often in tailored Ricardo Preto suits, respectable shoes by Allen Edmonds, and a trusty luggage from Samsonite, that compliments rather than stands out. A well-studied look that acquires businesses and seals deals.
This man is the modern city dweller who always finds a fine balance between smart dressing and casual flair. No look is ever boring with sleek silhouettes, strong prints, and modern tailoring—a Psycho Bunny shirt and Pedro del Hierro shorts combination is a sure win. Whether he’s running errands around town or hitting the hottest parties, his looks are always put together.
The fitness enthusiast
He’s that guy from college who invested in his own fitness brand or opened a local crossfit gym. This man spends his days in well-coordinated athletic gear, like Under Armour and New Balance T-shirts, cargo sweats, and sneakers, in case he’s pulled in to teach a class or maybe join one.