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Men’s style made easy with Sean Santiago

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Sean Santiago lives the kind of creative life in Brooklyn where Tumblr dreams are made. The Senior Home Editor at Refinery29 has a beautiful style blog, a new magazine called Cakeboy, a perfectly curated Instagram feed, and the kind of effortless style even a girl can envy. Whether high fashion or emerging trends, normcore or dandy, Sean dabbles with a little bit of everything. With the men’s shows in London, Milan and Paris in full force and the first annual Men’s Fashion Week in New York City kicking off next month, we’re turning our focus to men’s wear. If there ever was a time for guys to get serious about fashion, the industry is offering way more tools than ever to help. So we asked Sean for his top tips to help men step up their style game.

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Photo by Bag Flux Productions.

WHAT STYLE RULES DO YOU LIVE BY? I think it’s important to have fun with style, and have fun with your image and the way you present yourself. Don’t put yourself in a box.
 
YOUR GO-TO OUTFIT? Khakis, short-sleeve button-up, cotton sport coat. Rinse, wash, repeat.
 
WHAT’S AT THE TOP OF YOUR SHOPPING WISH LIST RIGHT NOW? 
 
WHAT DO YOU THINK ARE THE BIGGEST STYLE MISTAKES MEN MAKE? The biggest is being afraid, and letting that show with a wardrobe that is obviously dictated by convention rather than a sense of style.
 
WHAT TRENDS ARE YOU EXCITED ABOUT FOR NEXT SEASON?  I hope men get turned on to everything Jonathan Anderson is doing at Loewe. Big dreams.
 
You heard him guys. For more style with Sean Santiago check out cakeboymag.com and thisfruitblogs.com
 
All photos courtesy Sean Santiago.
 

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