The Weekly Web Roundup: Sep 28, 2019

It is the weekend again; the time has come.

Time for another edition of the Weekly Web Roundup, where I post some of my favourite fresh style inspo from the week that was.

See below five fantastic outfits from the best on the ‘gram.

1: @whyweweardotcom

What I like:

This is a great prep style look with the bold polo taking centre stage. The colours play very nicely with the jacket and square, the white pants are a good choice with the white collar on the shirt.

2: @armandomadrid

What I like:

This is a great example of how conservative dress doesn’t need to be boring. A plain white pocket square and a subtly patterned tie add so much to this outfit, where many men would avoid one or the other accessory. Please, gentlemen; accessorise.

3: @charlestyrwhittfan

What I like:

This is a great example of a super casual outfit, and goes to show that you can even dress up the most casual of denim washes. The turtleneck colour is a great choice for transitioning between the browns of the jacket and the washed blue of the jeans.

4: @nicke.nystrom

What I like:

A fantastic use of all brown tones. A turtleneck rolled so high may not be for everyone, but it works in this case; if it wouldn’t work for you, try a different cut of sweater.

I love that brown is coming more and more back into style; this outfit is part of what makes me appreciate the colour so much.

5: @eduardoxavier_elstylist

What I like:

The use of hat adds so much to this outfit. It’s really well fitted and just goes to show how much a well-fitted hat can do for you; Eduardo has a few videos on his Insta about how to select a well fitted hat which are well worth checking out.

That’s all for today!

Hope you enjoyed this round of outfit inspo. See you next time!

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With content features ranging from appearances on popular menswear hubs (The Rake, StyleForum, Put This On) to French perfume newsletters and university course readings, Sam is a writer, designer and enthusiast in the fields of menswear and fragrance.

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