...the cold weather gives us men lots of new possibilities, allowing us to incorporate layers of unique wool fabrics as well as the addition of fun new winter accessories.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) February 25, 2015
Over 500 daily record lows were broken in last week's east coast freeze - an unusual frigid weather period that became infamously labeled Snowmageddon #2 on social media, following a previous stretch of cold weather back in January. While sub zero temperatures may not sound like it the start of a fun morning commute, online menswear retailer Bows-N-Ties just created a "Snowmageddon-approved" layering guide that keeps the professional man stylish and warm.
"Sure, staying warm and comfortable is a priority for these extreme conditions", says Hendrik Pohl - founder of Bows-N-Ties who has been watching the East coast winter from the comfort of his TV at his California home. "But the cold weather gives us men lots of new possibilities, allowing us to incorporate layers of unique wool fabrics as well as the addition of fun new winter accessories."
Bows-N-Ties's layering guide breaks down the sub-zero professional look into 7 different layers. The first consists of a wicking base layer, followed by a thermal long johns. A tweed vest, merino wool socks, a wool peacoat, winter dress boots, as well as gloves, cashmere scarf, and winter hat complete this professional winter look.
"I think that our sub-zero layering guide shows that there is no reason to stay at home when the next winter storm hits the east cost. Sometimes I wish us men in California would get these kind of opportunities. Adding just a herringbone tweed vest for instance will instantly give your wardrobe an entire new look", says Pohl. It is not the first time that Bows-N-Ties has given seasonal dress advice. Via their weekly Journal the retailer gives practical style tips aimed to help the average man dress in a more stylish manner.
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