Pink being only for girls has become a thing in the past; in fact, pink has become a statement color for defining men’s style – in addition to being a statement color for Breast Cancer. In order to encourage my stylish gentleman to add pink into their lifestyle for more than one cause, here are a few of my favorite picks to support breast cancer awareness month, while increasing your style portfolio
Jack Wills Berkley Duvet Cover: www.jackwills.com, $109-169
Upgrade your bedding with this duvet cover from British University outfitter Jack Wills. Matching pink and blue, and have reversible sides of larger and smaller strips add masculinity and dimension to the color combination. Matching pillow cases are also available.
J Crew, Wallace and Barnes Heavyweight Plaid Shirt: www.jcrew.com, $98
Plaid is a classic style, and J Crew always knows how to make the pattern vibrant with a touch of pink. The Wallace and Barnes heavyweight flannel shirts are rugged, soft, and will be a long lasting part of any man’s closet. Fall/Winter is flannel season, perfect as a standalone top in warmer days, and layered under a jacket or half-zip sweater on colder nights.
Lacoste L!VE Cotton Pique Polo: www.lacoste.com, $89
If no other brand will have pink, you can rest assured that Lacoste will always keep the color alive. They have done just that, with their new L!VE collection, having a more modern fit than its classic polo collection. Lacoste has a variety of shades of pink, so depending on your preference, you will certainly find it at Lacoste.
Thomas Pink Multi-elephant Tie: www.thomaspink.com, $105
What better way to represent menswear and pink, than with its own namesake! Thomas Pink is one of my favorite brands for neckwear because there is always a fabric and print for every style aesthetic. The wool ties are amazing and well-crafted, and the prints are super fun and adds spunk to your look.