Hello my lovely people!! Despite years of evidence to the contrary, we guys envisage every October to be a scorcher: hazy park afternoons, BBQs, warm beers and tanning oil sessions in the garden (admit it). Granted, rain often ruins our hopes and dreams, but that doesn’t mean we can’t make the necessary style preparations. Sharp and simple, safari-inspired pieces can be used to create a raft of timeless, refined and comfortable warm-weather ensembles. Neutral hues are fused with utility-driven designs that exude masculinity and are able to adapt to almost every summer occasion. Garish casuals be gone ; rugged pieces and classic tailoring is back on the style agenda. It’s time to channel your inner expeditionary – think Indiana Jones, 1960s Zambia and a scene from Out Of Africa for the ultimate modern safari look. Dusty, sandy shades are what immediately spring to mind when building the palette for this aesthetic, with khaki, beige, cream and white not only on trend this season but also perfect for combating rising temperatures. Complementing these neutral base tones are warmer shades of sunset orange/yellow and blood red, along with earthy brown, desert green and even a dash of camo print. Now coming to today’s look featuring http://www.flyingmachine.co.in . Keeping the nasty heat in mind; I am wearing a basic white t-shirt layered with a earthy shirt (used as a jacket) paired with a olive green baggy and comfortable cargo pant. On my feet are my comfiest Converse shoes which are an every guy’s wardrobe essential. Since we are going on a safari, a good size backpack and a stylish pair of sunglasses does wonders to our trip.
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