The bona fide beauty of being in vogue: you can create an entire fashion out of these external objects on your wardrobe. Read more here!
Let’s face it: The history of men’s fashion exists far beyond just a suit and tie. It is a timeline dotted by what else we were wearing then; what other accessories we chose to add on to our look — be it cufflinks, glasses or pocket squares — to make that style our own. And that’s the bona fide beauty of being in vogue: that you can create an entire fashion out of these external objects on your wardrobe. Wallets, belts, and socks included.
Take watches, for example. Since the day they were made, these devices have always been a societal symbol of chic. A flash of the wrist defined who you were, which in turn, is an integral mission of fashion. Now, it’s hard to imagine a world without names like Chopard, Cartier or Rolex. These watches have become synonymous with status; a transformation that did not happen overnight. It took time for their legacies to foster, and to establish themselves as must-haves for men.
Fashion Accessories That Have Stood The Test Of Time
But it happened. And, in eyewear, the same went for Ray-Bans, Warby Parkers, and Eyebobs. Or Calvin Klein, which made underwear its calling card for a reason. In a way, these items become the true tests of fashion: the areas where we get to experiment with what we like best in order to create a fashion formula that is wholly unique. So, in the end, the suit and tie become the add-ons.
And that’s why, at Squire Fine Men’s Apparel, we pride ourselves on the belief that accessories are as important as the clothes themselves. If you’re on the hunt for a wallet, choose leather that will raise eyebrows all around. Make your suit’s studs or cufflinks the point of conversation. And don’t forget: all you need to do is flash the wrist.