6 Clothing Items To Invest In

If you’re like a lot of men, you shop for clothes how you shop for groceries: purchase what you need at that moment and just go shopping again when you have to restock or want to try something new. While that does work out okay in most situations, the fact is that you can benefit from what’s called a capsule wardrobe.

If you’re like a lot of men, you shop for clothes how you shop for groceries: purchase what you need at that moment and just go shopping again when you have to restock or want to try something new. While that does work out okay in most situations, the fact is that you can benefit from what’s called a capsule wardrobe.

Basically, a mini-wardrobe within your wardrobe is made up of versatile clothing items that you really love to wear and can use for various events. If you want the ability to look sharp no matter the occasion, we’ve got six items you may want to invest in.

Whether you’re just enjoying a fun, lazy day and you’re surfing the site for interesting articles, or you’re specifically looking for some tips to upgrade your wardrobe, we’ve got you covered.

1. Cufflinks

Other than a watch or two and perhaps a wedding ring, you probably don’t own a lot of jewelry. However, though you’ll likely only wear them on formal occasions, every man should own a nice pair of nice cufflinks. While they can get quite expensive, investing in an affordable pair of gold or silver cufflinks can definitely come in handy.

2. Casual Wear

It’s pretty safe to say that there are times when you just want to dress down but still look good when doing it. Whether that’s for your daily workout or just a Saturday working overtime, the right clothing can make all the difference in the world.

When it comes to sweatshirts for men, we used to be limited to only wearing them on a lazy Sunday afternoon, but with the quality and styles available these days, it’s worth investing in a couple.

3. Navy Blazer

While you may not be a suit guy, a navy blazer is always a useful wardrobe addition. Pair it with gray pants as a great alternative to a suit or you can go for the casual look and wear a pair of jeans with the blazer. Remember, your time is valuable, and you likely don’t have the “bandwidth”
to keep up with the latest trends, so a key part of a wardrobe capsule is ensuring versatility so that you are ready for just about anything.

4. Brown Leather Loafers

Loafers are classic and have been all-around mainstays for generations. Invest in a quality pair, and though you may have to get them resoled every few years if you wear them a lot, they’ll always be in style.

5. A Quality Tie

Your body is a big part of your style, and your tie selection should reflect that style. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to always go with a solid color or classic navy stripes. Invest in a couple of quality ties that are versatile and compliment your style so that you’re not relegated to grabbing a cheap solid black one when the occasion calls for a tie.

6. Sunglasses

While not always considered a “clothing” item, a quality pair of sunglasses is something you should definitely invest in. Even if you don’t normally wear sunglasses daily, having a pair that compliments your style can really complete the look you’re going for. Especially when the occasion calls for
being outdoors for an extended period.

Building a wardrobe capsule and investing in a few versatile clothing items is something every man should consider. Since you’ll have a variety of key elements that can be used in an array of ways, this simple practice can eliminate those last-minute shopping trips for clothes, whether the event is a
first date, semi-formal occasion, or something in between.

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