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Spring Forward In Comfort

With spring now in swing, and many planning their Easter get-aways, now is the perfect time to update your wardrobe with a comfortable set of selections that can be mixed and matched as your weekend evolves.

Many men often think that comfort is paramount. And we don’t necessarily disagree, but it’s all about balance. While most men might think jogging pants instead of khakis, or hoodies instead of knits when planning a comfortable get-away, we’re here to tell you that there’s a better way to do it!
By encouraging yourself or your man to step outside of your “comfort zone” we’re confident that they’ll find a whole new level of comfort. Take the above for example: Not only will these selections make  you feel comfortable when you’re lounging around the house, but they’ll also make you feel comfortable to step outside. And what person doesn’t want to feel comfortable and confident?
The full item details from this photo are available below, but if you or  your man need help springing their wardrobe forward – don’t hesitate to contact us!
– Calvin Klein Leather Jacket ($680)
– Lacoste T-Shirt ($58)
– Carven Men’s Sweater ($260)
– Bally Toni Belt ($275)
– Andiamo Luggage ($245)
– Topman Khaki ($75)
– Omega Planet Ocean Chrono ($4,960)
– Brooks Brothers Socks ($298)
– Nike Air Pegasus ($93)

About Kayla Short

Fashion writer, aspiring stylist, blogger, journalist, avid food and nutrition enthusiast, dancer, and part-time model. Travel through my blog and experience a taste of life in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 

The views and opinions expressed in this content are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of haligonia.ca.

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