Dude, tumble conform buzzes with athleisure wear
October 30, 2014 - fall Denim
SAN ANTONIO — Athleisure is fashion’s latest buzzword for sportswear that can take we from a gym to a bureau — and this tumble it’s bigger than ever.
From jogger pants to puffer vests to corduroy in lightweight cotton, designers and renouned menswear brands have updated classical looks and are charity some-more athleisure wear options.
“We are in a universe of conform expansion with today’s male who is looking to deposit in improved products and replenish his wardrobe items,” pronounced Stephane Cremieux, boss of a Cremieux tag sole exclusively during Dillard’s.
For tumble that means wearing on-trend garments that are absolutely tailored: an easy, soft-shoulder corduroy suit, a micro-print shirt, slim trousers, a propitious topcoat or a lightweight puffer vest, plane striped tie and anything in tweed from a tie to a topcoat.
Add to a brew a bomber coupler with a Varsity vibe, simple white sneakers and a hybrid jogger breathe with a drawstring waistband, front and behind pockets and an elasticized rope around a leg’s opening. The breathe is meant to be ragged with a blazer or cardigan and sneakers or wingtips.
“It’s a ideal and singular instance of when conform meets function,” pronounced Victor Brockwell, J. C. Penney Co.’s men’s trend specialist.
Matt Sebra, character editor for GQ magazine’s website, pronounced a corduroy fit is a ideal instance of such since it also can do double duty: wear a coupler with jeans or a trouser with dual other of his prohibited tumble call-outs: a collarless Henley shirt and white sneakers.
“Whatever a season, wardrobe should be about versatility,” Sebra said. “That’s a best investment and also what leads to one’s personal style.”
Added Cremieux: “It’s all about looking updated, not outdated.”