15 budget menswear clothing pieces you need
Posted: Dec 15, 2018
Who said you have to spend a lot of money to look good? Well, most people to be honest, but not all of them are right. Sure, designer clothes have finer materials and detailing, but these cheaper options will pair just as well with some smart shoes and RayBan sunglasses for a cracking look. Here are 15 pieces of menswear that will have you looking good and won’t hurt the pocket.
Men’s Topman Stretch Skinny Fit Chinos.
Topman’s skinny-fit chinos are crafted from soft, stretchy cotton twill to allow for better movement in a very close fit. In white these become the perfect summer pants.
Men’s O’Neill Delta Glen Plaid Shorts.
Plaid-front walking shorts from O’Neill are cleanly styled in classic glen plaid. Ideal shorts for spring and summer activities.
Men’s Topman Muscle Fit Oxford Shirt.
An extra-slender button-down woven from light oxford cloth downplays sharp style when worn casually unbuttoned at the neck.
Men’s Nordstrom Men’s Shop Crewneck Sweater.
An essential crewneck sweater in a soft and textured cotton-blend knit shifts effortlessly between seasons and is easily layered. Wear it on its own or throw a dress shirt underneath for a more formal look.
Men’s Calvin Klein ‘Bernard’ Venetian Loafer.
Bold, lustrous faux patent leather shapes a formal loafer tinged with grosgrain trim for a touch of elevated texture.
Men’s Nixon ‘The Re-Run’ Stainless Steel Bracelet Watch.
Digital dial is surrounded by an octagonal case on a modern watch cast in stainless steel and completed by a classic bracelet band. It’s a simple but stylish watch you’ll be able to sport with many different outfits.
Men’s Topman Skinny Fit Black Suit Trousers.
Handsome, flat-front suit trousers tailored in a skinny fit achieve modern style for a slender profile.
Men’s Vineyard Vines ‘Classic’ Pique Knit Polo.
Soft, pique-knit cotton forms an easy going two-button polo shirt detailed with signature whale embroidery at the chest. This is an awesome colour for the spring and summer.
I was actually surprised what a difference they made. I leave pretty early in the morning, about 7:15, but on a bright day in the summer, the glare reflected from the road is intense. On cloudy days, it just seems hazy and thick. The sunglasses seem to cut right through the glare – which helps me see the road more clearly – whether there’s direct sun or just a haze. We live in a rural area, and the roads are pretty pitted and narrow. Seeing more clearly makes a difference - and so does having sunglasses that don’t slip down my nose. I’m a commuter and I use a Brompton folding bike, so I can’t carry a lot of extra stuff. I have to be able to wear my sunglasses to a meeting or during my lunch break. So, I don’t want a massive pair of goggles that make me look like, well… an insect. I need a pair of sunglasses that will last the whole day. The Oakley sunglasses are good for cycling because they cover my eyes completely and I feel protected. But they’re also good for walking around town in.
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