How to Accessorize One Outfit in Multiple Ways

How to Accessorize One Outfit in Multiple Ways

For most men, fashion isn’t always a priority. One can make do with a neat haircut, a plain shirt, and a pair of jeans—a functional look for a minimalistic man. However, there is truth in the saying that image is everything.

Society is a visually wired creature that demands diversity. Achieving success in it often requires maintaining an acceptable appearance while spicing it up with variety. Having one set of clothes for each day of the week can become boring, and people will notice. So it’s always a good idea to mix your wardrobe up.

One way you can diversify your attire is by accessorizing. Accessories can enhance your style and change how a single outfit looks. You can create accents and highlights, complements and contrasts, depending on what accessories you wear. Here are some frequent ones you can add to your outfit.

A Quintessential Watch

A basic watch exudes subtle sophistication and injects class to any outfit. It’s also useful for telling the time. In this age of smartphones, watches may seem obsolete, but consider the fact that a simple wrist turn is more time-efficient than a few seconds fishing your phone from your pockets. Those precious seconds could mean the difference between you arriving on time or you being late.

If you’re looking for a down-to-earth, refined timepiece, you can’t get any more straightforward than a wooden watch. Plus, many shops allow you to personalize them.

Find personalized sandalwood watches at Groovy Groomsmen Gifts.

A Belt and Buckle

Nothing exudes stability, responsibility, and authority than a belt with a shiny buckle. People respect a man who wears belts, because doing so makes you look like a no-nonsense get-right-down-to-business kind of guy.

If you’re in the market for belts, know that, like with the other accessories on this list, there are various styles to consider. Each of them serves a different function, so if you’re going to a formal event, an ostrich belt may be inappropriate. A belt that you can use every day in any occasion should be your target.

Go ahead and check out leather belts at WP Standard.

A Suave Hat

Hats are a no-brainer (no pun intended). Functionally, they protect your head from the weather and provide shade for your eyes so that the sun’s glare won’t disturb your vision. Aesthetically, they can cover any bad hair day, highlight the contour of your head, and speak volumes about your personality. For example, a man wearing a baseball cap means he’s into sports.

Of course, there are various types of hats out there, but here’s how you can take it to another level: get the right carbon fiber hat. Yes, that’s right, a hat made out of the same material as that of race cars.

Carbon fiber is a durable, lightweight material that when used as a fabric, produces an interesting, sleek weave. And because it’s typically black, which is a neutral color, carbon fiber hats can match any outfit, without you having to worry about looking kitsch.

You can shop stylish carbon fiber hats at Carbon Fiber Gear.

Serengeti Eyewear

Sunglasses add a dash of mystery to your style. They conceal your eyes and make you enigmatic, as if you’re hiding a secret. People love secrets; they are naturally curious. You will draw attention if you have a pair of sunnies on you.

When purchasing sunglasses, you must first consider the shape of your head. Some types of glasses fit certain countenances better, while others will just look off. The former has subtle effect on people; most may just compliment you on how good-looking you are.

Sunglasses don’t even need to be worn to be stylish. You can just let them hang on your collar or rest them on the top of your head.

Serengeti has always maintained a strong and close relationship with driving and its environment thanks to its famous Drivers lens created specifically to enhance contrast and definition, its  pilote  shapes and its aim of making people (re)discover the world and what’s around them. For the past 3 years, Serengeti has been reinforcing its DNA and passion for driving with the 24H Le Mans. With their shared commitments to timelessness, history, innovation and performance, this partnership seemed to be a natural match. The inspiration for this collection and the desire to highlight all its strength was derived from the circuit track itself.

For over a century, Serengeti has considered every detail, assessed every aspect of its lenses, frames and aesthetic design to make them the most advanced eyewear on the market.This is more than passion. This is what drives the brand.

Unique 3 In 1 Lens The Most Advanced Eyewear Technology

Serengeti’s unique 3 in 1 lens technology delivers crisp, sharp vision offering superior clarity and colour balance. Serengeti is a pioneer in the development of photochromic technology. Darkening in bright sunlight and lightening in overcast conditions, Photochromic technology allows your eyes to adapt to any light, anywhere. The result is a view of the world so crystal clear, you’ll notice natural beauty you’ve never seen before. This technology is molecularly infused into every Serengeti lens.

Nowadays, eyewear brands talk more and more about the advantage of filtering blue light. Included in our lenses since the creation of the brand 45years ago, Spectral Control technology protects from blue light but goes further. It filters specific light wavelengths, sharpening the way you see color contrast and improving visual definition. Much like an audio equalizer filters sound frequency, our lens fine-tunes shortwave blue light, the primary cause of atmospheric glare, and provides the most vivid, balanced and natural colors without eye fatigue.

Serengeti’s Polarizing technology suppresses glare and sets your eyes free, releasing them to enjoy all the depth and beauty the world has to offer. Like the glare reflecting off the ocean or the road, parallel light rays pass through unhindered, but distracting perpendicular light is reflected. Glare, along with eye fatigue, becomes a thing of the past, allowing you to discover optimal clarity.

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