That Guy: Mckinsey

This week's That Guy Profile is Mckinsey.

This week's Profile is Mckinsey of New Jersey. Philly Fashion guru Sabir Peele tells us why Mckinsey  is this week's That Guy.

What I like about this look.

The overall idea of layering a sweater with a button-up dress shirt is something that I like about this particular look. Mixing the dressier top pieces with jeans and boats is a cool concept that can look sartorial with the right execution.

Where could this outfit  be worn?

This look is perfect  to wear to class or a relaxed internship.

Where can you buy this particular look?

For a wide range of v-neck sweater in wool and cashmere fabrics try brands like; Lands End, H&M, Brunello Cucinelli and J.Crew. A striped, button up shirt is a great option to pair with the sweater look. Brands like Ralph Lauren, Ratio Clothing and Jack Wills have a variety of dress shirts that could work with just about any budget. Lastly, a pair of boat shoes can be that needed twist in your outfit. Sperry Top-siders, Timberland and even H&M have more boat shoes than you could possible handle right now, so pick up a pair.

Style tip?

Even though the concept of this outfit is admirable, I have a few suggestions.  To make this look a bit more refined, he will need to address the oversized-fit of both the sweater and dress shirt. A common mistake that a lot of guys make is going with a much larger sweater to wear over their collared shirt because they think it will give the best fit. When putting together a layered look, your sweater and collared shirt should be the same size. For better comfort, opt for a tailored-fit collared shirt. Once those proportions are set, you will see that your outfit will give you a better silhouette and not look bulky. Secondly, the wash and fit of this particular pair of jeans needs to be tweaked. When in doubt, go with a dark rinse jean in a straight or tapered leg. Just those two minor changes to the jeans, will give this look a modern look. Lastly, the boat shoes a great option for a sartorial twist in this look; however, the color of the shoes would complement the look better by going with a navy blue or darker brown.

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