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Dress like Thom Browne

Born in Pennsylvania in 1965, American fashion stylish Thom Browne and his namesake label continue to build their reputation with subversive suits, crisp cuts, and classic American flair in updated cuts with preppy details. Browne learned the trade from him in the creative department of Club Monaco, where he remained until the creation of his own brand in 2001. techwadia

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In truth, success came relatively quickly for Thom Browne, as his unique collections were well received at NYFW and later partnered with Brooks Brothers and Moncler Gamme Bleu. Fast headfirst to 2016 and the company has generated $ 100 million in revenue and is on track to increase it from $ 120 million to $ 125 million this year.

The best way to visualize why Thom Browne is so successful is to imagine reversing The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit with Gregory Peck. But not quite. It's the boring gray suit but with a modern twist in the form of an updated cut and subtle accessories that make boring not boring. The Thom Browne collection goes a long way, but the updated gray suit is the essence of what the brand stands for, and here's how to wear it like Thom Browne.

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"This is" Thom Browne New Classic Style

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Gray suit with high armholes,

Classic gray V-neck short cardigan,

Classic white oxford shirt,

Classic black brogues with long crepe wings,

Thom Browne dark gray striped knit tie,

It is important to note that pants must be worn high and rolled up to reveal a certain ankle; This is the Thom Browne way and you must wholeheartedly commit to it. Take a look at the rest of his collection here and take a moment to escalate that Mr. Browne started with five costumes and a small date-only boutique just 16 years ago, a meteoric rise, and in our opinion, rightly so. It is the edge stitching.