To cap off the week-long MEGA Fashion Week, we round up the best menswear looks that we’d definitely cop now–and so should you.
Just like how all of the stunning dresses worn by the designer’s gorgeous muses captivated everyone on the crowd, the men equally stood out. From dashing suits to showstopping denim jumpsuits, there wasn’t any shortage of handsome looks for all the gents to don. So, here are the key looks that all the dapper dudes should start getting inspired by now.
Whoever said that jumpsuits are only for women isn’t man enough to take fashion risks. Proving that real men can definitely pull this look off, Brent Manalo shuts down toxic masculinity with a light washed denim jumpsuit by Bang Pineda.
Effortlessly take your street-style game to the next level by taking the right cues from Joshua Flores who donned Bang Pineda’s two-colored hoodie paired with a knee zipper-ripped jeans.
Have a lunch date over the weekend? Suit up in an oversized cornflower blue double-breasted blazer and trousers as seen on the the runway of Yves Camingue. Keep it subtle and casual by rolling up the sleeves and completing the look with white sneakers.
Still reeling from bed weather? Well, it is best you keep your clothes cozy enough by wearing an oversized cotton sweater partnered with wide-legged trousers. But make sure to amp up your look by opting for a statement stole like how Cheetah Rivera marvelously finished this look.
While all men can easily wear traditional suits at a black-tie event, it doesn’t mean that you have to be like everyone else. Bring your style game up a notch by adding a pièce de résistance to your look. How? Take a look at how Enzo Pineda did it wearing an exquisite Chris Nick suit number punctuated by an oversized tie.
You know what they say: if you have it, flaunt it. Be bold enough and show ’em guns by opting for a sleeveless jacquard metallic suit teamed with matching trousers like how Ebiro perfectly achieved it.