February Giveaway Top 10 – Vote!

February 25th, 2013

After some heated late-night discussions in the Articles of Style office, here are our Top 10 entries to the February Giveaway, in no particular order.

It was very difficult to narrow it down to ten finalists. We received hundreds of photo entries from stylish men (and a few women wearing menswear) from all over the world. We had to make some very difficult decisions, to say the least.

Now it’s time to VOTE for your favorite outfit using the poll at the bottom of this post. Keep in mind you can only vote one time.

Voting ends February 27th at 11:59pm. One winner will be announced and contacted on February 28th.

Best of luck to all you stylish gents, one of you will be receiving a very nice prize package:

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1. “Bernard” double breasted long wool coat by Reiss. Retail value: $540

2. “Sperry” ribbed crewneck sweater by Shipley & Halmos. Retail value: $325

3. Slim washed selvedge jean by Billy Reid. Retail value: $195

4. “Dalton” leather wingtip dress boots by Allen Edmonds. Retail value: $395

5. One pair of eyeglasses or sunglasses by Warby Parker (winner chooses any style). Retail value: $95

+ A chance to be featured in a post on Articles of Style.com!

 

1. Jace L.

Jace Lumley

Why he made the Top 10: Smart casual layering. Proportions and fit are on point. Beautiful topcoat, dressed down with ease.   

2. Joshua M.

Joshua Murdock

Why he made the Top 10: Well-fitting staples, with a thrifted fur collar on a camel peacoat :) Awesome vintage scarf, with just enough contrast in color and texture. 

3. Elkin C.

Elkin Cardona

Why he made the Top 10: Great fit and proportions. Smart layering of classic menswear staples, in a way that is current and on-trend. 

4. Jimmie W.

Jimmie Williams

Why he made the Top 10: Smooth. Classic. Awesome color palette, and corduroy jacket. Thoughtfully subtle color play between the pocket square, turtleneck, and socks. 

5. Lucian E.

Lucian Enasoni

Why he made the Top 10: We’re suckers for the classics, when they look so elegant and modern. Great fit and beautiful timeless pieces across the board.

6. Jireh L.

Jireh Louie

Why he made the Top 10: Smart casual layering with good fit and proportions. Just enough contrast and color with the classic vintage Hudson’s Bay stripe. 

7. Austin G.

Austin Gottron

Why he made the Top 10: Dressed-up but casual. Sophisticated but rugged. Confidently and seamlessly blending dressy elements (white shirt, black tie) with casual ones (broken-in jeans, rugged boots). 

8. Joshua S.

Joshua Spielman

Why he made the Top 10: Nailing the classics. Beautiful suit, great fit, perfect for the season. Nice touch with the navy tie and sky blue socks. 

9. Philip A.

Philip A

Why he made the Top 10: We’re big fans of black, and formalwear, especially when it’s worn with ease and fits this well. Nice finishing touches with the pocket square and matching gold watch and flower brooch. 

10. Vlad M.

Vlad Muscurel

Why he made the Top 10: Awesome seasonal color palette, and fabric mixing. Attention to detail (tie dimple, sleeve lengths, faint orange striped socks). Great fit and proportions overall.

Voting period Expired – Congrats Elkin!

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Thanks for reading – and special thanks to all those who entered the contest.

Yours in style,

Articles of Style