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Adam Gallagher is the menswear and lifestyle blogger of I AM GALLA (www.iamgalla.com). He’s currently my favorite menswear blogger and I’m pretty sure by the end of this post he’ll be yours as well.
The look from his most recent Holiday post. Those combat boots! This is street style, grunge and fall perfection.
One of my favorite looks. Because it’s dapper done in a more casual, laid back way.
There’s just something about a modern three piece suit, and I mean peep that awesome lining.
Ok so no; not all of these looks would suit every man but you’ve gotta admit, the guy knows what he’s doing.
All images from iamgalla.com
An all denim outfit fit for fall or early spring. I hope you didn’t get rid of your denim vest when it was major trend, because it sure would come in handy. I like this particular one because it has slight western/cowgirl theme going on. Or am I the only one who thinks so? Anyway wearing denim, on denim, ON denim can seem tricky, so to make it easier you can opt for wearing different shades of denim(dark rinse, acid wash, faded etc) or wear really distressed jeans. If you REALLY wanna cheat then you can wear black jeans, but where’s the fun in that?
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So I’ve recently confessed to you guys about my obsession with minimalism, which is why these pieces were my favorite for Summer. All three of these pieces are by Amber Sceats. You can find them on piperlane.com. My favorite out of all three of them would be the Layered Point Necklace because even though I’m loving minimalism, I still have the need to layer things on. Especially necklaces.
So denim on denim is a major trend right now. Usually when I think denim instantly think tough, or ripped pieces paired with some killer combat boots. However when I walked into Forever New I was impressed to see such a soft feminine take on denim. Leave it to Forever New to turn even denim into something ‘girlie’.
This trench coat from ASOS is my number one summer must have, simply because its not made of your typical winter trench coat fabric. Personally I like the option it gives of layering it or even wearing it on its own, your pick.