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From the wrong way to wear shorts to the jacket you need this fall, here's what you can learn.
From: Esquire US.
Do you really need anymore proof that it's time to get a bomber jacket? Oh, you do? Then look at this picture of Usher. Then, take a look at 10 great options to buy right now.
He's stumbled along the way, but Arnie really pulled it together this week. This, right here, is visual proof of the power of fit. Instead of his go-to baggy pants and leather jacket, he went for trim chinos and a well-tailored sport coat. It makes all the difference.
He's the Fonz and Barry Zuckerkorn. Henry Winkler can do whatever the hell he wants. The rest of us, though, would be well advised to steer clear of this kind of shirt/tie/jacket combo. The combination of two bright colors and one busy pattern is just too much.
You may feel compelled, upon viewing this photo of Agent Jack Bauer, to wonder whether bootcut jeans are back in style. They are not, and Kiefer should have left them back in the 2000s along with the OG run of 24.
And now, two ways to wear leggings under shorts. The first, and preferable, is when you're actually working out, like David Beckham. (We know you can't see his face; just trust us.)
Here's the other way: athleisure style, as demonstrated by Kanye. See that look on his face? It's probably because he's being harassed by a bunch of photographers and fans. But he might be just a little happier in normal pants. This look has had some traction over the last couple of years, but it feels like it's finally on its way out.
Noted person Scott Disick must be taking his cues from Justin Bieber. We're not sure why exactly these guys are opting for aggressively oversized shorts, but we are sure that the rest of us out in the world can go ahead and take a pass on this look.
If you're the kind of guy who fears the leather jacket, just take a quick look at this shot. See how easy Reynolds makes it look? That's because he opts out of the whole "badass biker" thing and pairs it with more toned-down pieces for more of a "effortless Vespa-rider" vibe.
Bad attitude aside, Beckford shows us all how you can wear a pair of almost-gaudy sneakers—black and gold; not for the faint of heart—without looking totally over-the-top. Just pair them back to solid, dark basics, like a black T-shirt and jeans. (Chains, and middle fingers, entirely optional.)
With all due apologies to the incomparable Frank Reynolds, this is not how you button a jacket. Not at all.
OK, there's not really a style lesson here. Other than, I guess, "How awesome is it that Elton John is out in the world rolling around town in a bright red Gucci shirt? Pretty awesome, right?"
No style lesson here either. But look how happy Jaden looks! We should all be so lucky. Go out there, find your wheelie scooter/suitcase, and ride.
With rugged workwear and military influences where "it's not about an age, but all about an attitude".
Turns out it all started with a ceramic vase.
It's a whole new way of making apparel.
Straight from Milan.
Don't be shy with prints.
The Midas cut for a sleek hairdo and groomed beard.