DRESSED TO KILL.
CALEB FOSTER | ModelRepresented: New England Models Group Maggie, Inc.Instagram: @caleb.foster JESSICA BEEBE PHOTOGRAPHYPHOTOGRAPHER I STYLIST I DESIGNER jessicabeebephotography.com
MAN WITH A PLAN Conveying your calm, cool and collected exterior is a breeze with an impeccable tux. Like this one. 1960’s era whitedinner jacket with black piping and straight bow. Leave them feeling shaken while you remain unstirred.
DIRTY WORKWhen things get dirty, ditch the dinner coat and sport a fitted vest set for more flexibility and movement. For lunch-time picnics. Or casual cocktails. Or hiding the evidence.
DRESSED TO THE TEETHIf you find yourself the focus of too much attention, take your look down a bit with a subtle, gray plaid suit and wool tie. (And a quick “What’s that over there?!” never hurt either.)
DIAMONDS ARE A MAN’S BEST FRIENDA jewel heist is no time to fall short in the fashion arena, men. Dress for success in a 1960’s era jewel-tone dinner jacket and flat-front tux shirt so you stand out when you sneak by. Because diamonds shouldn’t be the only gem in the room.
CAUGHT RED-HANDEDEven when you’re about to be obliterated with straight up TNTany second, you still have to look your very best. And an ascot with country gentleman tweeds and cords make a stunningly casual statement. And that statement is H-E-L-P.
MAN UNDER COVERDon’t let that cocktail party, luncheon or kidnapping catch youunprepared. Always keep a beautifully tailored tuxedo cleaned, pressed and at the ready: like this 1960’s era set with dinner jacket and oversized tie.
MISSION ACCOMPLISHEDTo catch the eye of a stunning vixen, a man has to up his game.A 1970’s era lavendar tux coat paired with a bright, geometric bow tie will make you the hottest spy in the room. Mission accomplished.
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DRESSED TO KILL.