Look at these shoes, do they rock or what? Come on someone buys these and then show up dancing in them. Below that is a new way to think about pocket squares for your jacket. Love the bandanna look if they are too bulky you can always cut them down. Hey, they are not that expensive.
Want to show up for that date looking amazing. Even if you married you should raise the bar once in awhile so let's try some fun stuff with some great color to it,
While all I ever ever preach is for a person to have his or her own style, I still desperately love fashion. Without it we would still be dressed in something out of the dark ages. I always try to figure out from all the style shows and fashion magazines, what it is that I can take away from the photos and ideas that do not seem to fit into my life. Ah! but there are ideas and plenty of them if you just have to learn to read between the lines. Here is one thing I have taken away this year: COLOR. Color and big bold splashes of it is everywhere, I love color, I have worked with color my whole life. The trick to color is to make sure it goes with first your skin tone, then you hair and last but not least your eyes. When investing in color for work, make sure it's appropriate to your particular office or position. Tomorrow: what styles am I looking at. You also want to make sure you have other items to wear with this one. Invest in one or two pieces not a whole wardrobe, next year you may not like it.
I am often asked about colors in the corporate work enviroment. I always steer people away from black as it is so harsh and generally does not promote conversation. Navy and grey are much better choices in suits for both men and women. While Navy projects authority, grey is a better choice when meeting clients or for sensitve meetings with employees. Keep the grey tone medium or dark grey as lighter grey never looks expensive.