The Men’s Edit: 5 stylish items to raise your style game in November
Listen up boys, it’s time to stand out from the crowd.
While menswear isn’t as showstopping as womenswear, who’s to say you can’t make smart choices that will leave a deep impression. Whether it’s a new jumper, a pair of shoes in a bright hue or an understated bag for work, it’s all about the attention to details.
CNA Lifestyle picks out five sharp items that will up your sartorial standing.
LE GRAMME NECKLACE
Founded by Adrien Messié and Erwan Le Louër, and produced in a French workshop, this label is the epitome of minimalist luxury. Take for example this necklace made from 925 sterling silver. Hand executed by artisanal craftsmen, each pendant features a polished finish on one side and a brush matte finish on the other. Simple, classic and elegant, here’s an investment piece that will last through the seasons.
COACH REXY INTARSIA SWEATER
You can’t go far wrong with a black sweater. But why play it safe? This comfy jumper from Coach — featuring the brand's quirky T-Rex mascot Rexy — is a fun piece to add to the wardrobe. Made out of super-soft wool and cashmere, it already has a cult following among celebrities such Jared Leto and Michael B Jordan.
CHURCH’S PEMBRY LOAFERS
Forget boring. These green suede loafers from Church’s is just what you need to add swagger. Pair it with a slim-fit white shirt and a pair of tailored indigo pants, and you’re ready to paint the town red. The best part? The shoe is unlined and therefore perfect for warmer climates like Singapore.
LOUIS VUITTON TOTE OMBRÉ
While you may have to blow half your paycheck (or more) on this stylishly elegant piece, it is certainly money well spent now that your associates know that you mean serious business.
B&O BEOPLAY H9I WIRELESS HEADPHONE
Combining innovative aluminum touch interface and Bang & Olufsen Signature Sound, this stunning wireless headphone also boasts an advanced active noise cancellation function and up to 18 hours play time. But that’s not all. It also automatically pauses when you take it off.