The staple woven shirt in a fresh spring color slathered in a sexy leather vest. Yes, vests have become sexy.
The light wash denim is casual while not being lazed in nature. Daiquiri green is fresh.
The cropped trench is one step short of safari when paired with off-white denim. A splash of blue keeps us safely in the street and out of the desert.
A woven collared button-up over your salmon tee is a sharp and correct way to layer colors. Add a scarf for a functional accessory.
Finally a yellow that doesn't scream 70s. The James-Bond sharp tailored blazer is just enough EU for US.
Medium wash denim is a step up in style needed for a more sophisticated occasion--tea with Grandma, for instance. And yes, those are the same brown boots. They're all you need.
Zip hoodie under the crisp leather jacket can plainly state: I got this. Comfort and chic, trés homme.
Going to the Red Carpet, but can't compromise your laid-back lifestyle? Here's the compromise.
I say, as my belated New Year's resolution (besides dedicating more time to my baby...aka this blog) I will be an advocate to more color in menswear. Black is a great color, don't get me wrong. Grey, one of my faves. Blue, absolutely necessary. But we'll just prove how brave we are by going beyond the staples, putting more in to our already colorful lives. Yes we can.