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Neutrals

When worn with confidence, neutrals are a man’s sartorial best friend. The earth tones of brown, white, black, olive, and grey reflect a luxurious restraint that keep you from looking like you tried too hard. And that’s another benefit: you really don’t have to. Whether you’re in a hurry, at a loss for what to pair with that orange and pink pocket square, neutrals are almost impossible to clash.

Wanting to try out a new fit or style but not sure if you can pull it off? Experiment with it in a neutral shade that won’t scream “I’m new here!” And better yet, because they’re not attention grabbing, your coworkers won’t notice if you wear that same shirt every week.

The trick to not getting too monotone (unless you’re a fan of the all-black-everything ninja look) is to simply vary textures and level of contrast. If you go high contrast with black pants and white shoes, complement with low contrast pieces like gray and beige or olive.

Not convinced? Let up and coming musician Jordan Humphrey convince you otherwise. Whether you’re channeling your inner rockstar in a black leather moto jacket or kicking back in joggers with SoCal swagger, Jordan proves that neutrals are anything but boring.

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Eight Foot Short Sleeve, by Zanerobe
Soft blue oxford short sleeves profile Zanerobe’s signature elongated button-front shirt, tailored in a long, lean silhouette.

Leather High Tops, by Converse
The classic, high top Jack Purcell gets upgraded in an all leather profile with Moto-inspired heel detailing.

Stretch Twill Jogger Pants, by Publish
Panel-constructed jogger pants crafted from softly brushed stretch microtwill offer a slouchy drop-crotch fit, gradually tapering to tight elasticized hems.

Perf Leather Slip-On, by Vans
This classic, low profile Vans Slip-On features a perforated leather upper with elastic side accents. The perfect, casual summer shoe.

Aviator Classic, by Ray Ban
One of the most iconic sunglass models in the world, the Ray-Ban Aviator Classic sunglasses were originally designed for U.S. aviators in 1937. A timeless model that combines great aviator styling with exceptional quality, performance, and all day comfort.

Marble Long Tee, by Feathers
This super soft cotton blend crew neck tee by Feathers provides an irregular, marble-like pattern and features a split hem making this a great layering piece for your wardrobe.

“Blinder” Skinny Fit Moto Jeans, by Hudson
Stitch-panel reinforced knees and a pair of front zip-welt pockets further the moto-inspired vibe of skinny-fit jeans crafted in America from clean, black raw denim.

Duomo Ring, by Caitlin Cimino
The design of this ring was inspired by the architectural structure of the “il Duomo di Firenze” (the Duomo of Florence), found in Florence, Italy. Its sharp lines leading up to a heightened flat top at one side. Wear it proudly, feeling its heft in both weight & Italian history.