Stop Everything And Start Dressing Like '90s Chandler Bing
Forget Kurt Cobain plaid, your average guy looked like a twat in a wool waistcoat.
You may have heard that the '90s are back. But don't believe what Tumblr tells you about '90s men's fashion being some Kurt and Johnny style dream.
Tumblr wasn't there, man!
These guys, however, were there.
Like Chandler, welcome lurid patterns into your style repertoire - the kind you'd usually see on old people's curtains.
Said tie should be worn with the roomiest suit you can find.
TOP TIP: younger guys, why not nick your dad's suit?
All the better for dancing in.
You've got the lurid curtains covered with your tie, now think of pub carpet when choosing a pattered jumper.
Can a Gap-advert chambray shirt bring it back?
Why wear only one shade of beige at a time?
In modern times this look might say "estate agent" or "him off The Hotel..."
...but in the '90s, a beige jacket sloping off one's shoulders said "coolest cat in town".
What did men love more than cappuccinos in the '90s? CHINOS, that's what.
Chinos work for casual time too, or any time, so versatile!
Your other go-to casual outfit is a bowling shirt and some smart but baggy jeans.
Baggy jeans allow for optimum manspreading.
Look at the ease with which you can lounge in this outfit.
A high-neck waistcoat with a buttoned up shirt wasn't just for magicians in the '90s.
No shirt in the '90s was complete without some kind of waistcoat, in fact.
What's better than a waistcoat? A big, baggy WOOL waistcoat.
Especially a wool waistcoat that matches your shirt.
Peak wool waistcoat.
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