Posted by: Sharlene G | 09/11/2009

Wardrobe For The Ultimate Man

Yesterday I had the great opportunity to check out SPURR  S/S ’10 show. I fell in Love with how well dressed and tailored the line was. It is really THE PERFECT wardrobe to improve a mans closet for S/S. For the men out there trying to get out of their T-shirt n jeans look all the time and want to change it up i suggest you give this line a shot. I believe every woman loves to see a man in a well tailored outfit, Am I right Ladies?

Here are some of my Favorite pieces..

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For the men who still love the t-shirt and jeans look this is a great summer play on it.

The Model is wearing a light weight navy nylon trench, Navy “when I die” cotton/bamboo T-shirt, white pipe leg jean.

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Got to love a well tailored suit!

Grey Birdseye 2 button Peak lapel Suit w/binding

Orange button down shirt.

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Pale Blue cotton Pinpoint Tuxedo shirt

salmon wool/linen skinny leg pant

Brown deerskin Leather Bag

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Military green modern Safari Jacket

Yellow Cashmere v-Neck Sweater

White Pipe leg jean

I know not every man likes to wear skinny leg pants but I believe men should really find their right fit . I’m tired of seeing some men wearing their pants starting from under their bottom or mid-bottom.

To the men out there I hope you like this clothing line and will take into consideration the look of a well tailored man.

To See more from this clothing line please click the link SPURR and check out their F/W ’09 collection.

Here are some Overall photos of the Collection..

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The Show was styled by: Andreas Kokkino

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