Nothing beats a classy man, in fact nothing beats class. They say you can’t buy class but at least you can buy an outfit that makes you look like you have class. Fake it till you make it and so on and so forth. A man in a suit is good but a man who knows how to properly wear a suit is great. When it comes to male fashion, it is always about proper grooming. Keeping it simple but always letting your personality do the styling.
Know what color palettes work for you, what styles work best with your lifestyle and what to wear when and where. Media relations manager, Khalaful kouture co-founder and male fashion influencer Terence Moeketsi does it like no other.
One look at him and you will have all your suits tailored to perfection.
Store bought is fine, but nothing beats the perfect fit of a tailor-made suit.
His sense of style feels like summer in Cape Town as you head to the races. A hat here, a pocket square there and a half coat to match each and every suit. Fashion forward, vintage vibes with just the right amount of drama. His is a male fashion extravaganza, always taking his time to execute every look.
Terence Moeketsi would make a great stylist, especially for a client with great taste. He decides on simple jewelry, classic sunglasses and great pairs of shoes. You should always have a party on your feet even as a man. Be bold but never too trendy with your choices. Trends come and go but classics are forever.
It came as no surprise that Terence Moeketsi is one of the stylish minds behind the “Khalaful Kouture” brand. This is a team of Image consultants and tailors of bespoke suits for both men and women. The South African brand is known for its colorful collections, vintage finesse and age appropriation when it comes to what they create. They cut across the board and attract a wide audience in the south.
From Terence, you can learn a lot about a properly tailored suit, great grooming and how to style your entire closet by putting together looks that work for the kind of man you are. Fashion sees no gender and therefore it is time to see more male fashion movements that bring more attention towards the male fashion industry and community in Africa!
Images courtesy of Terence Moeketsi Khala’s Instagram.
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