Why is suave becoming a thing

Men love to be branded as gentlemen, elite men, classy men, suave men, cool men, sexy men and the list goes on. Calling them names or branding them titles is something they were always looking forward to, regardless if it's complimentary or derogatory.

Why is suave becoming a thing

One thing men agree on these days as the apt title they all want to be branded as is being "Suave". Wearing that suit and the perfect pair of sunglasses makes most men suave if they know the key hacks to it. Men are increasingly sporting the Stubble and the Spartan beards as the hair on the face are directly proportional to women falling in love with you (most of the time). Bringing in the rustic toned caveman style and twisting it with a suave kick to it, that's the way men like to roll these days.

Why is suave becoming a thing

The suit is a man's best friend or at least mentally. You might think the moment you wear 'Reid n Taylor' you become James bond; bond with the best, but there is actually a lot of tailoring to be carried out before you come remotely close to looking like him. Pulling the classier style of the lot is always a bit challenging but easily fixed with a little attention to details. The key to pulling off the most summery of suits is to not try to look for a Southern gentleman (unless you happen to be one). So skip the white bucs and bow tie, and stick with a white shirt and a fairly simple long tie. This would give you the edge of being the "simplistic" suave instead of the overly trying hard to sway the people style.

Why is suave becoming a thing

Everything relating to fashion is Suave now. Hairstyles are the newest inductees into the suave business. It's difficult to have big, curly hair and pass yourself off as suave. Instead, you need a slicked-back look that sweeps over the head and ends in a rococo flourish on, or very near, the collar.

Everywhere you look you see sports cars with their top down and a macho man with hipster beard and wayfarers sporting that navy-blue suit with the perfect contrasting pocket square. Has any woman ever said "yuck" to that; I believe not. That is Suave.