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How to nail Scandi chic

‘Scandi chic’ – the holy grail of style for today’s fashion concious man. This ‘trend’ is all about pairing tailored pieces with comfortable, everyday essentials. The colour palette of choice here is a monochromatic one, keeping the look slick. Try to avoid colour at all costs and if you really insist on adding colour to your look, opt for a pastel shade.

Below are some key pieces to add to your wardrobe to successfully execute ‘Scandi chic’;

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Wide leg trousers – The skinny jean is dead – slim, tapered and wide leg trousers are the cut of choice when choosing jeans or trousers.

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Raw hem jeans – Cropped just at the ankle bone and left unfinished and frayed, raw hem jeans are all the rage when updating your Scandi wardrobe for Summer 2016!

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Refined outerwear – The outerwear can be refined to 3 styles – A bomber jacket, Peacoat and biker jacket to carry you through from day to day.

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Stripe or plain tops – The Scandi top of choice will either be a plain t-shirt or a wardrobe classic such as the Breton Stripe.

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The Chambray & White shirts – It’s only proper to wear a shirt when the occasion calls for it. Opt for light chambray and white to take you from work to the dinner table with ease.

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Footwear – You don’t need a big arsenal of shoes for this style. A pair of Adidas Stan Smith, Converse All Stars and Brogues are the only styles you’ll need when putting together your daily look.

 

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