HOLIDAY LOOK BOOK 2018

The Holiday season is in full swing and now more than ever it is important to find the right look for the occasion. Weather you are headed to a company holiday party, spending time with loved ones or getting all jazzed up for a fancy gala you want to look the part. Here are 3 mens wear looks that have holiday cheer written all over them.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS,

Lonnie

SLAY THE HOLIDAY FUNCTION

When you are headed to a holiday party you want to look festive yes mature and put together. I went for wine slim fit chinos, a mustard crew neck sweater and a grey multi colored plaid wool blazer. Red and green are a popular color combination around the Christmas Holiday. I gave a nod to the classic color combo adding emerald green suede shoes. The last splash of pizazz came from an oversized color block scarf. When you pump into the party looking like this, expect heads to turn!

FESTIVE DATE NIGHT

The holiday season offers so many opportunities for themed dates weather it be a dinner date right before going to see your local Christmas tree lighting, going ice skating or enjoying a swanky cocktail and small plates. For my date night look I chose a pair of medium wash jeans and an oatmeal cable-knit turtleneck sweater, wing tip brown boots and for a statement I threw on my army green vintage corduroy coat embellished with a gold leaf brooch. Go ahead and impress bae (or potential bae) with a stunning casual and put together look this holiday season.

GLITTER-LESS GALA

It seems that reflective fabrics are the go-to for holiday looks and don’t get me wrong, I love a good sparkle and shine but sometimes It’s nice to be festive without looking like a string of lights! When I’m dressing up during the holidays I reach for streamlined silouhettes that have fun festive details such as this J Crew Plaid Bow Tie which features tones of red green and blue that compliment my vintage teal blazer which has metallic gold buttons (for just a hint of shine and elegance). I also switched up the look by swapping the bow tie for a felt red, green and mustard yellow striped wool tie.

Lonnie Woods III