Steal His Style: Mark Wright
This post has been another highly requested one - Essex boy Mark Wright is known for his brilliant smart-casual blend of style. A little while ago him and his friends headed out on a ‘pre-stag do’ which, personally I didn't realise was a thing…is it not just called a night out - either way it sounds amazing!
His style was super chilled and perfect for a casual night on the town. As you lot have been wanting to know how to steal Mark’s style I thought this outfit was perfect - it’s something you can wear on a night out, out to lunch or just mooching around and it’s readily available on the high street!
UNIQLO is the perfect stop to get some simple and not overly expensive items. Their £14.90 Oxford Slim Fit Short Sleeve Shirt comes in loads of different colours which is great for picking something to match the rest of your outfit, for Mark’s look I would pick ‘Colour 63, Blue’ it’s a fantastic casual Oxford shirt that can be worn open or closed.
The Frost Marl Crew T-Shirt from Burton is a really wallet friendly option to wear under your shirt, at just £6 you really cant go wrong. The slightly off-white colour will go fantastically with the blue shirt. Definitely a wise option.
New Look have got their menswear totally on point this year. Not only are they creating really on trend looks and styles but you aren't paying through the nose for them - these Black Super Skinny Jeans are a great addition for stealing Mark’s look plus they’re on £19.99 which for denim is pretty good!
We all know how important shoes are - your whole outfit could be on point but if you’re wearing poor shoes then you simply can’t be taken seriously. I can’t quite see the exact shoe Mark is wearing, but these River Island Stone Suede Brogues are a great dupe, I actually wanted to buy these limited edition shoes myself but they didn't have them in my local store! At £50 these are the most expensive part of the outfit but a pair of good shoes will stick by you for a long time.
What do you think? Are you loving or hating Mark’s ‘pre-stag do’ look, comment below…also comment below if you’ve EVER heard of a ‘pre-stag do’ intriguing!