BUSI­NESS TRIP

Esquire (Philippines) - - THIS WAY IN -

A con­nected world de­mands work that crosses bor­ders. For the jet-set­ting pro­fes­sional, who finds him­self in and out of town bring­ing busi­ness from one place to an­other, a re­laxed wardrobe is nec­es­sary. Of course, that should never come at the ex­pense of style and pre­sentabil­ity: Keep a light-colored blazer in your arse­nal so you al­ways have the op­tion to throw it on for a meet­ing, right out of the air­port. Match it with other sta­ple pieces in tonal col­ors, and keep prints and pat­terns in as handy op­tions.

LEFT: Blade Hat, P990; Dry Stretch Jacket Set Up, P2990; Ex­tra Fine Cot­ton Broad­cloth Long Sleeve Shirt, P990; Slim Fit Chino Flat Front Pants, P1490 BE­LOW: Faux Suede Jacket, P2990; Broad­cloth Printed Short Sleeve Shirt, P990; Slim Fit Chino Flat Front Pants, P1490; Dry Pique Striped Short Sleeve Polo Shirt, P990; Kando Dry Stretch Shorts, P1490

THIS CAN WORK, WITH OR WITH­OUT THE HAT. BUT LET’S KEEP THE HAT.

STYLE OP­TIONS

WE TRY TO TAKE CUES FROM EACH OTHER, WHEN­EVER POS­SI­BLE. I’LL TELL HIM WHAT LOOKS CUTE AND WHAT DOESN’T—AND FOR THE MOST PART, I THINK HE AP­PRE­CI­ATES IT.

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