Weekly style inspiration posts!

A lot of guys loved the last style inspiration article, so we decided to do a continuing series of these.  Since one of the most effective ways to develop your style is to model the best, the Kinowear team will work to bring you some of the most stylish (and practical) looks from around the web (and the streets). We'll also take it a step further by breaking down the look and analyzing the message it conveys. This way, if you think it vibes with your personality, you can easily take it, revise it, and make it your own. Alright, let's get to it.

Look #1

This is a practical, yet head-turning look that you can easily put together to stand out in any casual setting:

I've decided that this will be the last style inspiration article for awhile. There are many other topics I think everyone will enjoy even more. But no worries, in this month's edition I'm going to give lots more details on how to put together some highly attractive outfits. Let's do this.

Modeling off Those Who Catch Our Attention

I'm very analytical, and when I see a guy with a uniquely attractive fashion sense, I try to learn from him -- by breaking his image down to the details. Often times, I get many new styling ideas I can pass on to my clients during a consultation. Whenever you see a guy who makes a positive impression on you, make an effort to pinpoint what exactly causes this. Is it the way he dresses? If so, what about his outfit stands out to you? Certain pieces? How he put it together? Modeling off other stylish people is something you should do constantly to get ideas for your own style. When you see something that works for someone else, try it yourself! Then make adjustments to your own liking. So here are 4 different outfits - each a different style - that you can model after:

1. "Metro Chic"