Sunday, 22 December 2013

Sweater Weather

So as mentioned on Facebook yesterday, I am pretty excited about this post! This is the very first time that I am doing an outfit post and only the second styling post for Men on my blog. (See the first post here.)
Male followers of my blog message me now and then asking me to do something for them as well, something that I haven't done so far.
So, I picked up a few things from Nautica's Holiday 2013 Collection for Men, to create an ensemble for this lazy weather. If I haven't told you already then nothing appeals to me more than fine men donning Formal/Semi Formal look! I shall not talk any more on this now and move on to the look! :P

Looking at the product range, I decide to create a look which is very street smart and something that doesn't require much time/efforts.

Cable Sweaters have been a trendy number since forever. Cable Knit Sweater and chinos/denims, well, nothing could be more quick and stylish at the same time. By accessorizing the same with different kinds of belt, shoes, bag etc, one can totally wear it to different places, ranging from work to evening get togethers! Talking about colors, it's only now that  have start experimenting with bright colors, else I have always been obsessed with the dark classy shades like Black, White, Beige, Blue etc. And hence created a look with the most subtle sophisticated color combo, White and Beige. 
The watch here is my favourite pick in the entire look, apart from the Sweater. 

Thank you Raisa, from PR Pundit for going through all the trouble and for helping me pick the right products.

 A special thank you to Praveen Muniyappa, from 'Studio C9' for being so cooperative and needless to say, a wonderful model too! :)

For those who don't have much idea about the brand, Nautica is a US based apparel brand which mainly focuses on men's sportswear. The brand logo has a very interesting story behind. Since one of mankind's first accomplishments in exploring the world was to take to the seas, a spinnaker logo was designed as a symbol of adventure, action and classicism.