I tell you the truth: when it comes to fashion, I want above all practical things. The clothes I wear (especially for ceremonies or formal events) are much more complicated than you imagine. While women can lock themselves in a dress (lucky them!), I have to juggle between ties and cufflinks that I don’t use very well!
Sometimes I demure and I try to get dressed as quickly as possible: it almost seems to have done it with my eyes closed. Yet this year’s Autumn/Winter could offer a different solution to the male enigma of practical (and simple) clothing: the men coverall.
The potential of a men coverall: how to wear it
I know, for those who worked as mechanic, the coverall will remind a lot about your job. Which, I understand, it’s not the best of fun. But most of the men’s wardrobe comes from functional work clothes: think about the military trench or denim jeans. In short, work has always been an inspiration for out-of-work clothes.
A men coverall have the great potential to make you look a little crazy while still being neat and sober: look, for example, the entire military green suit from Banggood in this post. If you worn it with a coat or jacket, it is imperceptible, just like a women dress.
With the coverall, you can live quietly
Men coveralls are therefore a real challenge to face. Work coveralls are normally used for the toughest jobs because you do not worry about what you are wearing and can concentrate on the job. And when I’m in a suit and tie, I’m always worried: is it all straight? Is everything well put? Do I look like a penguin? So with the coverall, you can live quietly.
What I’m wearing:
Photos: Giacinto Mozzetta