' Charles Tyrwhitt White Shirt Challenge '
So anyone who knows me, pretty much has figured out that im addicted to shirts. Shirts are an essential wear to any man and his outfits. Charles Tyrwhitt is a British multi-channel retailer selling men's and women's shirts and other clothing.
Founded as a mail order company in 1986 by Nicholas Charles Tyrwhitt Wheeler while he was a student at Bristol University. In 1997, the company opened its first store in Jermyn Street, London. Its flagship store is now at No. 98-100 Jermyn Street.
Okay every man know good shirts make you feel good and with CT offers good selection of plain white and coloured shirts in a variety of styles to suit both business and pleasure. From different fits (classic, fitted, tailored) and you can choose your sleeve length too. What's even better is that the price is so reasonable and with frequent special offers you can keep your wardrobe stocked with crisp shirts without breaking the bank.
Check out my photos where I've kept the white shirt quiet classic and effortless. We know accessories can play a magnificent role in making and breaking an outfit. So I've decided to play with the preppy braces and nerdy glasses to give it that quintessential - old school look and rocking that 'Fro too.
The second outfit can be a dinner / meeting look worn with a nice tailored bright tuxedo and pocket square. You can have the collars opened or decided to throw on that bow tie/ tie if needed.
Look three, the bow tie look which can be worn with an nice v neck jumper or even to show off that shirt a tweed waistcoat over it.
Look four, keeping it simple and chic by wearing a scarf inside the shirt - tres french. Most men actually don't wear scarves underneath any shirt but I think they should. Its different but any man can pull off that look.
Look five, dressing it up with a cream tailored button blazer. That messy bow tie to give it that effortless look and finally that pointed pocket square.
A special thanks to Charles Tyrwhitt online team & Eshé Brown and propeller net.