Comfort, chicness and masculinity meets up with elegance or class, all together combining a collection that doesn’t present the latest fashion trends, it puts them in actions. Affordable, cool, ambitious and interesting, the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Lookbook at J. Crew finds a way into the top most wanted urban fashion brands!
27 Aug, 2010
Setting on a new series of fashion trends in today’s men clothing industry, J. Crew releases the most looked up styles in their Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Menswear Lookbook. The collection puts a major accent on finding the right balance between comfortable chic regular clothes, classy business wear and urban trendy outfits.
The charming and confident specific personal style chosen brings up energy into vintage influences that spice up every look through minor yet intelligent effective details. Perfectly wearable for any type of man, the brand’s J. Crew designs focus more on the overall look and less on significant details.
With a clever thematic chosen, J. Crew’s Lookbook for the Fall 2010 season puts a major accent on bringing in the present the man from the past. From the smart option of the chromatic theme, neutral, dark shades and basic light ones, to the simplistic minimalist shapes and classic overall appearance, J. Crew hits again a new season, with new designs and trends, yet the same typical style.
Black, bleumarine, battleship gray, khaki or bistre brown may take over J. Crew’s menswear lookbook, but splashes of light colors from camel to easy ash gray, wheat brown and white emphasize a basic outfit through colors and not many eye-catching details.
Being a mirror into today’s fashionable lifestyle and back-to-basics turn around, J. Crew’s Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Menswear Lookbook presents perfectly under flawless outfits a collection that takes a piece of the past’s classic-safe influences, one from present’s modern touch into all the clothes and the other one in future’s simplistic details yet over-styled elegant looks.
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