Elite Street Style: The Essentials

Elite Street Style: The Essentials
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Street style is all about wearing what you want, how you want . From layering shirts, vests, sweaters, and blazers to stacking unique bracelets with an elegant timepiece. How you dress in most cases defines who you are!

Combining patterns and textures that might not “technically” match gives your style a unique twist that one would not expect.

Click here to purchase the Gant Rugger Glencheck Blazer.

Click here to purchase the White Brioni Classic Cotton Shirt.

To make this outfit flow, the Brioni shirt is worn tucked it with a couple buttons undone, for a loose, casual feel. Throwing the Gant Rugger blazer on gives this outfit an elegant twist that will be dressed down by the White Mountaineering Trousers.

Click here to purchase the White Mountaineering Tapered Herringbone Trousers.

Click here to purchase the Duckie Brown Perforated Wingtip Blucher. 

These trousers are best worn with a small cuff on the end, leaving the trousers laying an inch or two above the Florsheim by Duckie Brown Wingtips. The Wingtips will look great with no socks at all.

Accessories

Click here to purchase the Miansai Brown and Gold Tone Leather Gamle Bracelet. 

Click here to purchase the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak 39mm in Rose Gold.

To top off the look add an Audemars Piguet royal oak, 39mm, nothing oversized, with the Miansai bracelet on the opposite wrist.

To make this your own, you could throw on a simple tie, an interesting necklace, stack more bracelets, or anything that adds style to your personal preference.

Alex Schwartz | Elite. 

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Serge Efap

Serge Efap, the former fratstar turned self-proclaimed Renaissance Man hails from New York City. Growing up quickly, he learned that if you want something, you have to go get it for yourself. When he's not reminiscing about the glory days, you can find him searching for the next big thing.

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