19 May 2008

WASHINGTON, DC -- At School...Graduation Best, Howard University



I know I've given GQ a plug before on their How To Buy A Suit: The Complete GQ Guide, but I had to bring it back again for all my collegiate brothers who are about to embark on the real world. Congratulations to the class of 2008 and I hope my piece of advice goes a long way in helping you set the tone in your prospective careers. I stand by the saying looking good is good business because when you wear a suit that fits, you will notice an immediate effect in your carriage and confidence which will ultimately spill over into your approach to work. Like the chap pictured above; get yourself a suit that accentuates your physique and complements your youthful swag. Splashing about experimental colors such as a purple tie or a brown ochre colored shoe complete with matching belt doesn't hurt either and detaches the suit from its somewhat conservative realm.

10 comments:

Kay said...

mr. kalu kalu (pic 1) = amazingness. TOO FLY.

kay said...

Abeg, juss sight di guy! lol, lol
original & mr. kalu kalu!

Koshonesty said...

Look at me in the back.....Ike I <3 U!!!!

Timmy said...

i've said it before and will say it again...tailored lapeled suits are so sexy...on men and women too.

Sloane said...

I the fit of the second suit! The color combo of navy and purple looks great as well.

Anonymous said...

DAMN Chike, where were you like five years ago when I really-really needed your help?

-h of candid cool said...

These two gentlemen really know their stuff. I try to tell men all the time, it's the details that really make a difference

For the 1st gentleman, it's his personal touches like the scarf, glasses, and little pin which make him really stand out.

The second gent, looks sharp in a classic look with a slim tie and beautiful shoes.

shwali said...

OK the guy in the purple skinny tie looks amazing.
Is the fabric of his suit linen

vogued out!!! said...

Wow guys! impressive.

Lula said...

thanks for posting, good advice