The new guy

Double-breasted suit with shawl collar, top with Mandarin collar, and matching pants, all Raphael Gonzales; shoes and eyeglasses, stylist’s own

Putting a little time, effort, and care into how one dresses can go a long way. One can now be the guy who presents himself in a put-together manner as well as display some telling characteristic that would make him stand out.

Printed edge

Blazer with floral accent and pants, both Bon Hansen; button-down shirt, stylist’s own

Floral accents offer a fresh take on sleek, tailored ensembles.

Back to brown

Striped jacket, Erwin Flores; button-down shirt, SM; pants, Rafael Gonzales; brogues, Pieds; trench coat, stylist’s own

A nod to the ‘70s, head-to-toe brown is made current by combining different shades, prints, and textures.

Great lengths

Button-down shirt and jacket, both Ebiro by Jeremiah Oribe and Francis Chee; trench coat and pants, both Armand Marco

Turn up the volume as oversized tailoring takes over the slim and cropped aesthetic.

Double trouble

Double-breasted jacket and pants, both Jaimarque Bridal; button-down shirt, SM; brogues, Pieds

The double-breasted jacket is reimagined and worn in a cool, more casual style.

Idol fever

Suit, Ebiro; turtle-neck sweater, stylist’s own

K-pop culture is also taking over the fashion world. Take cues from the idols on how to ace the high-neck sweater and suit combo.

Photographs by Jerick Sanchez (New Monarq Creativx)

Styling by Aldrin Ramos

Grooming by Anton Patdu (New Monarq Creativx)

Model Miha Repinc (New Monarq Talent Management)

This article originally appeared on Asian Dragon’s Volume 14 No. 1 issue, available for order on Facebook and Lazada, or downloadable from Magzter.


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