Thanks Eric for joining me on Style & Beauty Talk With Paris! If you happen to miss the show where Eric and I discussed Men’s Fashion, be sure to visit the earlier post 😉
My name is Eric and I’m a part of The Misteree Project (a freelance writing and filming team) as well as TmP Life (a lifestyle blog of pictures, poetry, and thoughts). I’ve studied fashion trends for a few years now. I am not a certified fashion consultant, but I am hip to the styles and trends for a professional guy like myself. Fashion is about forward-thinking and belonging to the person who owns it. Plus ladies, let’s keep it real; you love to see a stylish man! Therefore, I’d like to share the tips and tricks I go for, and hopefully, it’ll make all the while for your style. Thank you, Paris, for giving me the opportunity to help the guys get it cracking!
I was told once that a man should always dress like he took the time to shop for something but took no time to put something on. The problem with some guys now is that complacency sets in which causes very dull and plain looks. Hey, if that’s what you are comfortable with, then do you. I, on the other hand, like to experiment a little with certain pieces I have. By me being a slim and slender guy, I tend to go for a more fitted style to match my build. As you can see from the picture (which was captured on the slick by my buddy Paris Hatcher), I chose a green button down fitted shirt with white polka dots and blue jeans. (Here’s a little sidenote-I’m all about the button down shirts and slacks or jeans) I added the black skinny tie just for a little extra casual appeal with the black belt to match. The Toms shoes set it off a little bit more because it was offbeat. One valuable aspect of fashion is that everything you wear doesn’t have to match exactly. It’s okay to throw something off with a bit of color opposite of everything else. But we’ll get into that later.
If you have any questions, or would like to share your own style tips for men to be included in TmP Life, please feel free to email me at HiThere@TmPLife.com with the words Fashion Tips in the subject line. Let’s make your style matter!