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Raymond Kim

How to Coordinate Your Shoes With Your Suit

How to Coordinate Your Shoes With Your Suit

Once you have your shirt and tie put together, you need to match your shoes to your suit. To do this, know that there are three main colors of dress shoe — black, brown, burgundy/oxblood — to go with five main colors of suit — light gray, dark gray/charcoal, navy blue, brown, black.

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Raymond Kim

How Big Guys Can Wear Skinny Jeans

How Big Guys Can Wear Skinny Jeans

While there are many types of jeans available, skinny jeans have long been the go-to look for on-trend gents and ladies. So, if you’re looking to dress more fashionably, these slim denim designs can make an excellent choice. As well as being stylish, skinny jeans are also surprisingly versatile. They can even suit a variety of body types, including those that are big. So, whether you’re naturally large, carrying a little extra weight or have thick and muscular legs, skinny jeans can make a fantastic addition to your wardrobe. All you need to know is the right way to wear...

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Raymond Kim

Don't Ever Wear Any of This on a Date, Says Research

Don't Ever Wear Any of This on a Date, Says Research

Just in case you weren't already nervous enough about choosing the perfect first date spot or constantly checking your breath beforehand for optimal freshness, you now have a whole list of fashion faux pas to watch out for before you even get to dinner or drinks.Spoiler: if you decide to wear your most beloved pair of comfy Crocs, your potential significant other may end up asking "WHAT ARE THOOOOSE?"

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Raymond Kim

The Biggest Men's Denim Trends For 2018

The Biggest Men's Denim Trends For 2018

There will always be style purists who say that dark, unsullied denim (preferably selvedge) is the only kind worth investing in for versatility and longevity. And while we agree, to an extent, denim has moved on a lot since tailor Jacob W. Davis and dry-goods salesman Levi Strauss patented the rivet in 1873. The 20th century’s most iconic garment – the blue jean – is overripe for designers to experiment with and subvert. And right now they’re doing it in their droves.

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