Men Style Tips Davidson Petit-Frere shows how to rock a suit in 2 ways

Davidson Petit-Frere is the creative director of Musika Frere, a formal menswear fashion brand. The always dapper gentleman shows men how to use a suit to achieve two diverse looks.

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Davidson Petit-Frere rocking two looks

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Davidson Petit-Frere is a fashion designer and creative director of Musika Frere, a formal menswear fashion brand. The always dapper gentleman shows men how to use a suit to achieve two diverse looks.

Nigerian men are beginning to catch on with fashion and style, but there’s still a great number of men who don’t see the need to spend all that money on clothes. To those men, here is one way you can make one outfit into two looks.

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Davidson Petit-Frere looking dapper

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The original look is  an oliver green suit , complete with a white shirt, black and white polka dot tie, grey pocket square and black leather lace up shoes. The first look spells out a clean and lovely sartorial look that most Nigerian men can agree with.

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Davidson Petit-Frere looking smart casual

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The second look comprises of an olive green suit jacket with a crisp white shirt, blue ripped jeans and brown leather high top sneakers. For this look, he leaves his white shirt untucked and buttoned all the way to the top without a tie. This second look often is for fashion lovers who are going to smart casual events or casual events.

This way you can save a lot of money and also seem like a pro who knows how to recycle in style. Which of the looks do you prefer? Let us know below.

Which of the two looks do you prefer?»

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