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By December 31, 2012Fashion News, Style Picks

A new year never comes empty-handed and this upcoming year is definitely not looking to disappoint. As always, your look is due to develop with new and exciting trends, prints and colours of the season that we here at PAUSE are prepared to ease you into. Starting with shirts & blazers, we’ve got a variety for you to choose, mix, match and get inspiration from.

First up is this £40 Blazer from H&M. The navy blue colour is set to be on trend next season with splashes of blue tones all over SS13 Collections from designers like Acne and Phillip Lim 3.1. This could easily be paired with a navy tee for the smart casual style or for a formal contrast, a fresh white shirt; a classic designers have been playing with this season.

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This £350 Jil Sander knitted too is a great substitute for a blazer. Again, the navy blue and white contrast keeps things trendy whilst the hex print adds not too eye-popping detail to a plain outfit. A great alternative for the man who doesn’t like to dress up too much, the hex print tee gives a casual look to an otherwise formal style.
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Stripes are back! Whether block, thin or thick they’re yet another one of the common sights in multiple SS13 mens collections. This £95 navy charcoal tweed panel shirt from Urban Outfitters is highly recommended. Buy it in a couple of sizes larger for that over sized fit and pair with some tailored olive shorts or simply some slim fit tailored trousers and your ready to go!
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Marc Jacobs £365 blazer plays on the continuation of the military trend. The dapper though still worthy of a street style title design is in a rich olive tone that if paired with the right print shirt and matching shorts would come together to create the perfect SS13 look. Or; for an urban spin, team the shorts-blazer combo with a primary coloured hoody and some air max 1’s.
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Simple detail is sometimes the best detail and this Zara shirt is proof of this. The metal collar detail is a twist on the classic white shirt that will spruce up many shirt-blazer combinations. For only £22.99 in sale, isn’t to mean to your budget. Also, this £27 floral panel shirt from Reclaimed Vintage would go great with navy double-breasted blazer for a more relaxed occasion.
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Last but not least is this checked blazer from Tiger Of Sweden. Perfect for the smart casual look of SS13 when contrasted with a black tee or even thrown on with a turtle neck.
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By Kacion Mayers
A new year never comes empty-handed and this upcoming year is definitely not looking to disappoint. As always, your look is due to develop with new and exciting trends, prints and colours of the season that we here at PAUSE are prepared to ease you into. Starting with shirts & blazers, we’ve got a variety for you to choose, mix, match and get inspiration from.

First up is this £40 Blazer from H&M. The navy blue colour is set to be on trend next season with splashes of blue tones all over SS13 Collections from designers like Acne and Phillip Lim 3.1. This could easily be paired with a navy tee for the smart casual style or for a formal contrast, a fresh white shirt; a classic designers have been playing with this season.

photo

This £350 Jil Sander knitted too is a great substitute for a blazer. Again, the navy blue and white contrast keeps things trendy whilst the hex print adds not too eye-popping detail to a plain outfit. A great alternative for the man who doesn’t like to dress up too much, the hex print tee gives a casual look to an otherwise formal style.
photo-1

Stripes are back! Whether block, thin or thick they’re yet another one of the common sights in multiple SS13 mens collections. This £95 navy charcoal tweed panel shirt from Urban Outfitters is highly recommended. Buy it in a couple of sizes larger for that over sized fit and pair with some tailored olive shorts or simply some slim fit tailored trousers and your ready to go!
5212442970003_Navy_l1

Marc Jacobs £365 blazer plays on the continuation of the military trend. The dapper though still worthy of a street style title design is in a rich olive tone that if paired with the right print shirt and matching shorts would come together to create the perfect SS13 look. Or; for an urban spin, team the shorts-blazer combo with a primary coloured hoody and some air max 1’s.
photo-4

Simple detail is sometimes the best detail and this Zara shirt is proof of this. The metal collar detail is a twist on the classic white shirt that will spruce up many shirt-blazer combinations. For only £22.99 in sale, isn’t to mean to your budget. Also, this £27 floral panel shirt from Reclaimed Vintage would go great with navy double-breasted blazer for a more relaxed occasion.
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Last but not least is this checked blazer from Tiger Of Sweden. Perfect for the smart casual look of SS13 when contrasted with a black tee or even thrown on with a turtle neck.
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By Kacion Mayers
Fashion in 2012 has been yet a trendy year for everyone. With studs, leopard and camouflage print. Its been a big seller for the fashion industry. We at PAUSE have been studying different trends throughout this year and the most influential trend of 2012 is the camouflage print. Spreading like a wildfire in S/S12 and is still hugely popular this A/W12.

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A trend can sometimes last in just a season, but camouflage has grown enormously throughout the year becoming one of the most popular prints today. You can say that the camo-print spiralled out of the military faze – which has been in the fashion word for decades. Starting from military boots to those ¾ length army pants, now it proves to be a timeless trend but one that has flourished over the last two seasons.

At the beginning of 2012 spring season, the camo-print started popping up in London’s seen to be sold at the trendiest markets like Brick lane, Camden and Portobello and stores like Rokit and Blitz. With the camo-print ranking up the ladder and been expressed through the popular app Instagram. More and more people got exposed to it over the summer which became the must-have piece in SS12.

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Big fashion trendsetters like Tinie Tempah and Pharrell Williams have also been sporting the camo-print trend; they expressed ways in which it can be incorporated into different styles. The stylish celebrities brought a fresh new style for the camo-print trend in mature dapper look. They kept it trendy, with a sharp and suave inspirational look.

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The underground camo-prints slowly but surely got picked up by high street fashion retailers before the autumn season and within a few weeks was in almost every high street store. Adding their own detail to it with studs, customised patches on the sleeves of jackets, and accessories like bow ties and backpacks.

Camouflage print has surely marked its fame in 2012, but what will be the trend of 2013?

Written by Yvonne Jay
Edited by Johnson Gold
A new year never comes empty-handed and this upcoming year is definitely not looking to disappoint. As always, your look is due to develop with new and exciting trends, prints and colours of the season that we here at PAUSE are prepared to ease you into. Starting with shirts & blazers, we’ve got a variety for you to choose, mix, match and get inspiration from.

First up is this £40 Blazer from H&M. The navy blue colour is set to be on trend next season with splashes of blue tones all over SS13 Collections from designers like Acne and Phillip Lim 3.1. This could easily be paired with a navy tee for the smart casual style or for a formal contrast, a fresh white shirt; a classic designers have been playing with this season.

photo

This £350 Jil Sander knitted too is a great substitute for a blazer. Again, the navy blue and white contrast keeps things trendy whilst the hex print adds not too eye-popping detail to a plain outfit. A great alternative for the man who doesn’t like to dress up too much, the hex print tee gives a casual look to an otherwise formal style.
photo-1

Stripes are back! Whether block, thin or thick they’re yet another one of the common sights in multiple SS13 mens collections. This £95 navy charcoal tweed panel shirt from Urban Outfitters is highly recommended. Buy it in a couple of sizes larger for that over sized fit and pair with some tailored olive shorts or simply some slim fit tailored trousers and your ready to go!
5212442970003_Navy_l1

Marc Jacobs £365 blazer plays on the continuation of the military trend. The dapper though still worthy of a street style title design is in a rich olive tone that if paired with the right print shirt and matching shorts would come together to create the perfect SS13 look. Or; for an urban spin, team the shorts-blazer combo with a primary coloured hoody and some air max 1’s.
photo-4

Simple detail is sometimes the best detail and this Zara shirt is proof of this. The metal collar detail is a twist on the classic white shirt that will spruce up many shirt-blazer combinations. For only £22.99 in sale, isn’t to mean to your budget. Also, this £27 floral panel shirt from Reclaimed Vintage would go great with navy double-breasted blazer for a more relaxed occasion.
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Last but not least is this checked blazer from Tiger Of Sweden. Perfect for the smart casual look of SS13 when contrasted with a black tee or even thrown on with a turtle neck.
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By Kacion Mayers
Fashion in 2012 has been yet a trendy year for everyone. With studs, leopard and camouflage print. Its been a big seller for the fashion industry. We at PAUSE have been studying different trends throughout this year and the most influential trend of 2012 is the camouflage print. Spreading like a wildfire in S/S12 and is still hugely popular this A/W12.

2012menfashionweek1

A trend can sometimes last in just a season, but camouflage has grown enormously throughout the year becoming one of the most popular prints today. You can say that the camo-print spiralled out of the military faze – which has been in the fashion word for decades. Starting from military boots to those ¾ length army pants, now it proves to be a timeless trend but one that has flourished over the last two seasons.

At the beginning of 2012 spring season, the camo-print started popping up in London’s seen to be sold at the trendiest markets like Brick lane, Camden and Portobello and stores like Rokit and Blitz. With the camo-print ranking up the ladder and been expressed through the popular app Instagram. More and more people got exposed to it over the summer which became the must-have piece in SS12.

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96334879500134080_bR5T0qUu_c

Big fashion trendsetters like Tinie Tempah and Pharrell Williams have also been sporting the camo-print trend; they expressed ways in which it can be incorporated into different styles. The stylish celebrities brought a fresh new style for the camo-print trend in mature dapper look. They kept it trendy, with a sharp and suave inspirational look.

Tinie-Tempah-Pharrell-Camo-Suits-e1355092840149

The underground camo-prints slowly but surely got picked up by high street fashion retailers before the autumn season and within a few weeks was in almost every high street store. Adding their own detail to it with studs, customised patches on the sleeves of jackets, and accessories like bow ties and backpacks.

Camouflage print has surely marked its fame in 2012, but what will be the trend of 2013?

Written by Yvonne Jay
Edited by Johnson Gold
The classic baseball trainers ‘Blazers’ have been everyone’s favourite must-have footwear as they are trendy, comfy and most of all wearable. Size? introduces a new style for the 2013, a hairy suede in vintage tones with a clean white sole. Available in 4 different colour tones, if you want to keep it vintage then these trainers will do you justice.

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A new year never comes empty-handed and this upcoming year is definitely not looking to disappoint. As always, your look is due to develop with new and exciting trends, prints and colours of the season that we here at PAUSE are prepared to ease you into. Starting with shirts & blazers, we’ve got a variety for you to choose, mix, match and get inspiration from.

First up is this £40 Blazer from H&M. The navy blue colour is set to be on trend next season with splashes of blue tones all over SS13 Collections from designers like Acne and Phillip Lim 3.1. This could easily be paired with a navy tee for the smart casual style or for a formal contrast, a fresh white shirt; a classic designers have been playing with this season.

photo

This £350 Jil Sander knitted too is a great substitute for a blazer. Again, the navy blue and white contrast keeps things trendy whilst the hex print adds not too eye-popping detail to a plain outfit. A great alternative for the man who doesn’t like to dress up too much, the hex print tee gives a casual look to an otherwise formal style.
photo-1

Stripes are back! Whether block, thin or thick they’re yet another one of the common sights in multiple SS13 mens collections. This £95 navy charcoal tweed panel shirt from Urban Outfitters is highly recommended. Buy it in a couple of sizes larger for that over sized fit and pair with some tailored olive shorts or simply some slim fit tailored trousers and your ready to go!
5212442970003_Navy_l1

Marc Jacobs £365 blazer plays on the continuation of the military trend. The dapper though still worthy of a street style title design is in a rich olive tone that if paired with the right print shirt and matching shorts would come together to create the perfect SS13 look. Or; for an urban spin, team the shorts-blazer combo with a primary coloured hoody and some air max 1’s.
photo-4

Simple detail is sometimes the best detail and this Zara shirt is proof of this. The metal collar detail is a twist on the classic white shirt that will spruce up many shirt-blazer combinations. For only £22.99 in sale, isn’t to mean to your budget. Also, this £27 floral panel shirt from Reclaimed Vintage would go great with navy double-breasted blazer for a more relaxed occasion.
photo-6photo-7

Last but not least is this checked blazer from Tiger Of Sweden. Perfect for the smart casual look of SS13 when contrasted with a black tee or even thrown on with a turtle neck.
photo-8

By Kacion Mayers
Fashion in 2012 has been yet a trendy year for everyone. With studs, leopard and camouflage print. Its been a big seller for the fashion industry. We at PAUSE have been studying different trends throughout this year and the most influential trend of 2012 is the camouflage print. Spreading like a wildfire in S/S12 and is still hugely popular this A/W12.

2012menfashionweek1

A trend can sometimes last in just a season, but camouflage has grown enormously throughout the year becoming one of the most popular prints today. You can say that the camo-print spiralled out of the military faze – which has been in the fashion word for decades. Starting from military boots to those ¾ length army pants, now it proves to be a timeless trend but one that has flourished over the last two seasons.

At the beginning of 2012 spring season, the camo-print started popping up in London’s seen to be sold at the trendiest markets like Brick lane, Camden and Portobello and stores like Rokit and Blitz. With the camo-print ranking up the ladder and been expressed through the popular app Instagram. More and more people got exposed to it over the summer which became the must-have piece in SS12.

96334879500134074_Mam9P2RZ_c

96334879500134080_bR5T0qUu_c

Big fashion trendsetters like Tinie Tempah and Pharrell Williams have also been sporting the camo-print trend; they expressed ways in which it can be incorporated into different styles. The stylish celebrities brought a fresh new style for the camo-print trend in mature dapper look. They kept it trendy, with a sharp and suave inspirational look.

Tinie-Tempah-Pharrell-Camo-Suits-e1355092840149

The underground camo-prints slowly but surely got picked up by high street fashion retailers before the autumn season and within a few weeks was in almost every high street store. Adding their own detail to it with studs, customised patches on the sleeves of jackets, and accessories like bow ties and backpacks.

Camouflage print has surely marked its fame in 2012, but what will be the trend of 2013?

Written by Yvonne Jay
Edited by Johnson Gold
The classic baseball trainers ‘Blazers’ have been everyone’s favourite must-have footwear as they are trendy, comfy and most of all wearable. Size? introduces a new style for the 2013, a hairy suede in vintage tones with a clean white sole. Available in 4 different colour tones, if you want to keep it vintage then these trainers will do you justice.

DSC_87341

DSC_87361 DSC_87371 DSC_87381
With the arrival of 2013 coming into full swing it’s going to be a week full of parties, raves and fun this week to celebrate the amazing new year!

Now the most important part of any man’s outfit has to be footwear, whats your shoe game? not sure? we’ll we’ve picked our top 5 shoes perfect for your new years celebrations whether it be a house party or a trendy club. Take a look below.

1. Olibert Loafers, ALDO £85.00
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2. ASOS Chelsea Boots With Leather Sole, ASOS £60.00
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3. Round Lace Up Toe Shoes, River Island £55.00
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4. Faulkners, ALDO £90.00
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5. G.H. Bass Layton Tassel Loafer, ASOS £110.00
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