MANLY COLOUR AND ELE­GANCE – IAN MCCLOSKEY, INN STYLE MENSLAND

Bundaberg Style - - RACING STYLE -

Colour and vi­brant pat­terns are not re­stricted to women this rac­ing sea­son with the men re­ally stand­ing out with flo­ral shirts in bright colours.

While com­fort is al­ways a fac­tor, men are con­tin­u­ing to ap­pre­ci­ate a qual­ity suit with a good cut and the slim fit­ting suits are re­main­ing pop­u­lar.

Suit wise, if men are go­ing for a more re­fined look, blue is an on trend colour and ideal for go­ing from day to night events.

While it is not vi­tal, it does look good when a man matches his suit or race wear with his part­ner and this can be as sim­ple as a match­ing tie or shirt, or why not add a tie bar or pin for that ex­tra some­thing with your out­fit.

When it comes to choos­ing a suit, it is al­ways rec­om­mended to get fit­ted a cou­ple of weeks out from a race day to en­sure any hem­ming or al­ter­ations can be done in time and it pro­vides plenty of com­fort as well as look­ing good.

TOP LEFT: From Ben Sher­man, a mod­ern cropped mac in medieval blue with a cham­bray shirt and burnt olive skinny stretch chino which is smart and com­fort­able

TOP RIGHT: Work with the warmer weather but still look smart in th­ese Bri­tish Hawai­ian, Pais­ley print and Palm Tree Shirts from Ben Sher­man.

This Ben Sher­man clas­sic polka dot def­i­nitely makes a bold state­ment and is well fin­ished off by the skinny stretch chino.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

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