“Grooming The Modern Man” Styling Series
Gone are the days where men were expected to throw on anything without making any effort so they don’t seem too into their looks.
Before now, being stylish or seen as one wasn’t a ‘thing’ for most men but in recent times it’s been such a delight to see. Whoever thought a day will come when men will tick all the style boxes? It’s happening and it’s so good.
The modern man isn’t leaving any style tip untouched, it’s in the details and we love to see it. Besides, a well-dressed man can do just about anything and again, it’s in details and even more details.
Previously gray, black, white, and other dark/dull shades were meant for just men however now times have changed. These days men burst style moves in red, emerald, purple, and more solid colours. It’s not unusual to see a man in a coloured suit anymore and the bolder and stylish the better.
The Dillion collection features an array of exquisitely tailored suits in colours and accents as much as the modern man can dare to rock.
It’s In Textures
The modern man doesn’t play it safe anymore, he styles with every piece in mind. He takes on textured fabrics, he wears his suits with bold stripes, he’s not afraid to explore velvet lapels on his suits or go all the way with a three-piece suit crafted to perfection.
Gone are the days of dull pocket squares or bland matchy ties. The conventional man wears his pocket squares in colours and prints, wears ties in paisley, his socks are coloured, his cufflinks are bolder.
When he does casual style, it is with precision and such sharpness. He’s dressed down with finesse, think a trucker jacket with matching pants paired with sneakers. Even when he’s relaxed, at home he lounges in stylish pieces.
His loungewear is finely tailored and picked in the best of fabric, colour, and fit. His inner slim fit vest caressing his rich frame is sweat-proof made from Supima cotton for 100% protection against visible underarm sweat for day-long freshness, his pyjamas are handpicked in style; all details only the modern man will explore.