How To Not Get A Street Style Photo Taken Of You

Dress like a normal human being

A quick glance through the Style Guide reveals that my summer style isn’t that different than the rest of the year. Lots of neutrals – blues and browns, especially – lots of easy sharp casual looks and lots of seasonally appropriate fabrics.

Fresh off of NYFWM, here’s one of the deep summer looks I wore last week.

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| WEARING | Suitsupply blazer and pants, Brunello Cucinelli shirt, Oliver Peoples sunglasses, E. Bannister for HSS pocket square, J.Crew belt, Loafers c/o Tod’s | PHOTOGRAPHY | by Rob McIver Photo

One of the best pieces of advice I can give is to never dress for others. Only dress for yourself. I saw more than a few dudes trying a little too hard last week.

Classic and no-nonsense dressing won’t get you into any street style roundups, but there’s something to be said for knowing your personal style and sticking to it.

Stand out with a lack of color – I’m talking about white pants – and a little texture in your blazer.

Keep a blazer and trousers look a little more casual with a denim button-down.

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Thanks for reading.

Stylishly Yours,

Brian Sacawa
He Spoke Style

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