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GOLD Lookbook

Published by Jessica Beebe, 2018-11-19 19:18:12

Description: GOLD - A brief guidebook of men's fashion.

Keywords: mens fashion,photography,fashion,lookbook,styling,mens style


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CALEB FOSTER | ModelRepresented: New England Models Group Maggie, Inc.Instagram: @caleb.foster JESSICA BEEBE PHOTOGRAPHYPHOTOGRAPHER I STYLIST I DESIGNER

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.)

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.

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.

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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