AF­TER HOURS

Esquire (Philippines) - - THIS WAY IN -

Work doesn’t al­ways nec­es­sar­ily feel like work, in that it some­times in­volves go­ing out and keep­ing in touch with the scene. For some pro­fes­sion­als, work can bleed into late nights at the of­fice, events, and so­cial func­tions, so it’s per­fectly ac­cept­able, if not im­per­a­tive, to dress with char­ac­ter. Try pair­ing col­ors and match­ing tones to come up with a more in­ter­est­ing look; or adding state­ment pieces like a leather jacket on top of a cham­bray shirt for a clas­sic, ca­sual ap­peal. It’s also good to keep a va­ri­ety of but­ton-down shirts in col­ors that pair well, so it’s easy to look sharp for both the of­fice and the bar.

WHETHER I’M IN OR OUT OF THE OF­FICE, I HAVE TO BE COM­FORT­ABLE IN WHAT I’M WEAR­ING. IN­STEAD OF BE­ING IN STIFF CLOTH­ING, I’D RATHER WEAR SOME­THING MORE RE­LAXED.

RIGHT: Ex­tra Fine Cot­ton Broad­cloth Long Sleeve Shirt, P990; Dry Stretch Jacket Set Up, P2990; Vin­tage Reg­u­lar Fit Chino, P1490 BE­LOW: Denim Jacket, P1990; Faux Leather Dou­ble-breasted Jacket, P2990; Slim Fit Chino Flat Front Pants, P1490 ABOVE: Ex­tra Fine Cot­ton Broad­cloth Long Sleeve Shirts, P990; Slim Fit Chino Flat Front Pants, P1490

I THINK HE HAS A GREAT SENSE OF STYLE ON HIS OWN. HE CAN PUT A GOOD OUT­FIT TO­GETHER WITH­OUT RE­ALLY TRY­ING TOO HARD.

STYLE OP­TIONS

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