MASCULINE AND ALLURING



Men's fashion can easily be predicted: dress down or dress corporate. Many dudes don't consider whether what they are wearing fits or not and this suggests why they commit fashion errors.  I know there are exceptions to that statement as we have men who seem to be fashion conscious this days.

Meet Gbayike Johnson, a 500-level student of Medical Rehabilitation, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State. He's a great fashion enthusiast as he has several awards to his name. Popularly called ‘physiojay’ by friends and fans, Jay is the perfect foil for those who think only women get to have all the fun while getting a dressed. He is set to reorient people on physiotherapy.  He's definitely one to watch out for.

Spend more on a suit with quality piece of workmanship that would last for many years to come. However, while suiting and formal-wear trends for men aren't seasonal two qualities are dominant: Classicism and Masculinity

Good suits take the best elements from the peak era of men's suiting (think of the formality of the Victorian era, the saviour faire of the 1930s and for some cuts, the skinny detailing of the 1960s) and apply them to a modern silhouette.

Most suits are all about cuts that complements the male physique; a suit that broadens the shoulder and trims the waist, highlighting (or at least implying) an exercised body. In short, it's about a cut that makes you the wearer, feel more masculine and confident.

There are no hard and fast rules about how a man should dress but you need to be aware that what you wear must automatically smarten you up. It must give you looks that up the ante.

Enjoy the pictures:







What he is wearing:

Two-piece suit: Emperio Armani 

 Shirt: M&S Man

 Shoe: Clark's

 Wristwatch: Emperio Armani (Silver)

 Tie: Tina Fontana


Do well to drop your comments and let us know how you'll rock it differently.


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