Men in Black

Gentleman, take note. Black is the new black this fall. However there are few things to be aware of when dressing-in-the-dark in order to avoid looking like Darth Vader. Here we share some tips on how not to dress like you belong in a scene from Reservoir Dogs.

Men in Black

When going for head to toe black make sure to mix up fabrics and textures. This will break up the look and give off a more fun yet sophisticated vibe and less I’m-dressed-for-a-funeral. A simple way to do this is by adding a knit tie or cashmere cardigan. To get the look, Tom Ford features a few options in his latest collection. Pick up the texture knit tie in all black. Tom Ford, 103 NE 39th Street, (786) 749-2600

Men in Black

You can still master the black trend by adding in a hint of another hue. Choose a deep plum or navy like Hermès created in this new fall collection or go for a brighter pop of color like yellow that Dior Homme sent down the runway. Hermès, 175 NE 40th Street, (305) 868-0118, Dior Homme, 161 NE 40th Street,  (305) 571-3576.

Men in Black

When opting for a causal look, steer clear of shine and keep it simple. Throw on a leather jacket over dark jeans or dress for the day in athleisure style plants in black. Find both at Rick Owens, 220 NE 39th Street, Suite #102, (786) 703-2950. For when the weather cools, a chunky cable knit sweater as seen at Ermenegildo Zegna is the perfect weekend wear. Ermenegildo Zegna 132 NE 39th Street, (305) 576-0179

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