Tips On British Styling

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British style has provided plenty of sartorial and edgy style inspiration for men over the years. For Conde Nast Traveler I chatted with three different British style experts for their advice and tips on how to dress like a Brit:

Classic British menswear has always been very structured and smart with close-fitting tailoring, collared shirts, and solid chunky shoes, but in the style guide you’ll not only find tips on how to style a classic British look, but a total of five various styles. Tips for the looks come from Tim Little of Grenson Shoes, Jeremy Hackett of Hackett London, and Cliff Hunt of Paul Smith, and something to take from the guide is that footwear is important and a good place to start for a British wardrobe. Some of the shoes you’ll see in the guide on Conde Nast Traveler:

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Let me know which of the five different styles if your favorite!


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About Andrew Villagomez

Andrew Villagomez is a lifestyle journalist, style photographer and owner of VeeTravels.com. He contributes to publications such as Details.com, Out Magazine, Logo TV's NewNowNext.com, Passport Magazine, Latina.com, Thrillist.com and more. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram: @VeeTravels

Posted on November 23, 2014, in Fashion and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I Like Looks numbers 3 and 5 which are the Hypster Look and the modern British man.

  2. I like Looks Number 3 and 5, which are the Hypster look and the Modern british.

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