Hey June!

Hi Nomad, how have you been? We have already shared quite a number of posts since we first started back in February. Most of our posts are related to men’s style, thing is, we haven’t really talked about the word itself. In this post, we will talk more about it and what “style” means for us. 

So, what comes to your mind when you hear the word style? Most might answer that it’s synonymous to fashion. Well, according to an artist, “Fashion is what you buy. Style is what you do with it.” We can’t help but agree to this quote. Style is about learning how to mix and match the things you buy, and confidently wear them. It’s about expressing yourself through the clothes you wear. 

Let’s put it this way, for example, you feel like wearing a corporate button down for the day but at the same time want to keep things casual. How would you do it? Well, what you can probably do is grab one of your favorite button downs and pair it with chino shorts. Just make sure that the colors complement each other. You can then finish off the look by wearing loafers, sneakers, or boat shoes. Add on some accessories to your liking. Remember, when it comes to style, it just really depends on your personality or mood.

What do you feel like wearing today, Nomad?

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Button Down (Regatta), Shorts (Cotton On), Shoes (Sperry), Sling Bag (SM Accessories), Shades (Ray Ban)

The Nomad District

The Nomad District is made up of three highly unique individuals who want to pursue their passion in fashion, photography and writing, despite having day jobs from 9-5. Follow us as we share our insights and interests when it comes to men's fashion and lifestyle.

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