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You’re not shy about making a bold statement. HowH you dress is a big part of what gives you your edge. And you get that being part of fashion’s vanguard requires constant vigilance—there’s no rest for the style-obsessed.
Still,S take a step back and look at your wardrobe with fresh eyes. You’ll start seeing colors you may haveh been blind to. You’ll find that denim can go way beyond just jeans. You may even decide that, comec summer, your new favorite pants aren’t pants in the traditional sense of the word.
The good news is, you have great taste. But you’re a bit tentative about really going for it. For you, a sartorial hop is a full-blown sartorial leap.
Wearing a light gray suit instead of a charcoal one is progress—one small step for man. But inside every B is an A just waiting to come out. Be a little more adventurous: Go for a loafer withh a colorful sole; bust out your old suede jacket. You don’t have to remake your whole closet so itt looks like it came right off the runway, but springng is the season of renewal. Live a little.
You subscribe to the theory of “To thine own self be true.” Which isn’t the worst way to go through life, but it might leave you kind of boxed in when it comes to what you wear.
There’s nothing wrong with taking a classic approach; by definition, it will stand the test of time. In sticking to your code, though, you might miss out on some of the fun. Use the next few months to experiment: with colors, with accessories, and with updating some of your standards. Not everything you try will be better than your usual—but, hey, it’s worth a shot.
From first pagepage, on himhim: Simon Mmiller jacket, $1,840; simonmillerusa.com. Ermenegildo Zegna shirt, $375; select Ermenegildo Zegna boutiques. J.brand pants, $176; nordstrom.com. W.kleinberg belt, $155; wkleinberg.com. Greats shoes, $159;...