Being at home, I have often found myself walking into my own closet day after day feeling uninspired. Thankfully, over the years I’ve developed a knack for styling over sized pieces, and too, I find it such a fun challenge to style men’s clothing items. I must give a special shout-out to my dad, brother, cousin, and well, any male in my family who has either given me or allowed me to borrow their clothes. You guys are the best! Anyhow, let’s get to it–here’s how I style men’s fashion during this stay at home period:
Polo Shirt, Soft Curls, and a Short
There’s something about curls that add the perfect amount of fun to an otherwise structured look. With the collar and belted shorts going in this look, it was necessary to add a bit of bounce to finish everything off. To accentuate the idea of bounce, I also “double-hooped” on the earrings.
Side Part, Jersey Tank, and High Waisted Baggy Denim
I just had to shoot this look by the basketball hoop in our backyard. Since the jersey I wore was red, I decided I’d keep most of the accessories understated–that is, until it came to choosing shoes. Obviously, these aren’t shoes you’d wear on a regular day working from home, and I’d be lying to you if I said I didn’t “do it for the gram.”
Oversize on Oversize
When I first ordered these shorts, I didn’t realize how big they’d be on me, and thus, tucked them away at the back of my closet when they came in my hands. It wasn’t until recently that I realized I could just wear them super low-waisted! They worked so beautifully with this subtle blue men’s shirt, and made for an extremely comfy, roomy outfit all around. Since the outfit had subdued colors, I knew I had to do a bold, classic red lip, which I then matched with a pair of red flats.
Well, if by now, you have started getting some ideas to raid either your boyfriend’s, father’s, or brother’s closet, then I’ve succeeded in my job 🙂 Hope you enjoyed this one and as always, stay safe and healthy!