Fashion accessories

Fashion accessories that men often overlook


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Guys often get a bad rap in the fashion game for not always doing the job necessary to look good. While not all guys fall into this category, there are plenty of us who do. Being at your best has never really been about showing yourself to others. It should be about looking and feeling better for yourself. If you want to go beyond the t-shirt and jeans look, here are some fashion accessories that men often overlook to boost your trendy creativity.

Sun glasses

When it comes to sunglasses, sometimes it can seem like your only options are the cheap plastic ones and the ones that will break your bank. However, there are affordable and fashionable sunglasses. Not only do they frame your face, but they also protect your eyes. Remember a rule: square glasses for a round face and round glasses for an angular face.

Ties

A good tie doesn’t have to be worn just in the office. One of the fashion accessories that men often forget in their wardrobes is to add a tie to a button down shirt. It gives you an extra touch that you can have fun with when you wear it casually. And when we say “tie” we also mean hair ties. Yes, there are even trendy rubber bands for men with long hair.

Jewelry

The key to wearing jewelry as a guy while looking classy is to keep it low-key as much as possible. Try not to focus on the flashiest jewelry or the brightest metals, as these can look quite showy when worn too much. Necklaces, bracelets, and rings can all be fashionable choices for men as long as you accessorize them in subtle ways.

Bags

When you get to a certain age, it’s not cool to lug a backpack everywhere you go. Leave the backpack behind to travel and get yourself a messenger bag instead. It is a much more fashionable choice when it comes to daily use, and you can use it in your working life as well. Leather is normally the way to go here, especially if you want to take it to work.

Belts

A belt should of course keep your pants in place, but it’s also the dividing line between the two halves of your body, so try to make it a bit more interesting than solid black or brown. A good rule of thumb when dressing formally is to match the color of your belt with the color of your shoes, although you don’t need to do this when creating a casual look.