Can’t believe that London Men’s Fashion Week AW 17 has already wrapped up! It’s all been such a whirlwind, but let me tell you, I’m having fun seeing all these great designers and shows. More importantly, I have some more looks to share with you, once again. London is a great city for Fashion because of it’s English flair yet contemporary sensibility, especially when it comes to Style. As many of you know, Fashion Week outfits and streetstyle is all about the suits and I love a good suit. For this reason, I went with two different styles, both of them blue but varying in styles.
Most excitedly I got invited to official opening party for London Fashion Week Men’s hosted by none other that Vivienne Westwood herself and the British Fashion Council. Like all black tie events I went with a classic tuxedo for the event. For the launch party, I wore an amazing 3 piece tuxedo by Thomas Henry. And, once again, my friend Jen was my date for the night. ( You might remember her from previous posts). As expected, we had a phenomenal time and we had the chance to meet so many great people that evening.
Click Here, for more Guests of Dame Vivienne Westwood and The British Fashion Council celebrate the opening of London Fashion Week Men’s at Quo Vadis on Dean Street.
To kick off the first day, I wore a tailor made double-breasted tweed suit along with a single strap boot. Lately, I’ve been obsessed with wearing this distinct cuff with a boot. Notably, this is a superb way to show off a great pair of shoes or boots, it never hurts to try a little styling after you’ve put on an outfit. The boot I’m modelling in, is a full grain calf leather boot, and can be very versatile in which style you choose to wear it. I think that khakis would be a option to wear with these boots and would make a more casual look.
For the second look, I went with a single-breasted pinstriped suit with a cuffed pant. I styled it with a light pink dress shirt with a crew neck sweater on top. Ultimately, the reason I donned this crew neck sweater under the suit jacket was to make up for the fact that the jacket sleeve was a bit large. In any case, layering was an excellent idea to make this pinstriped suit work on me, and keep me warm.