Young Guy Dressing In A Classic/ Formal Style.
What's up everyone? I'm sure there's a lot of younger men on here (late teens to mid twenties) who dress in a more classical/ formal style. Particularly at the moment, with the likes of blazers, tweed jackets, brogues etc. being on trend.
I know the above items are some of the key pieces in my wardrobe (Personally, I see A LOT of my style in that Eddie Redmayne guy who was recently feature. No clue who he was, but a great article nonetheless!). However, I think this can often look out of place on a younger guy such as myself.
My question is, does anyone have any ideas/ methods that they use themselves to adapt a formal style like his, so that it doesn't look as out of place on a younger guy? I'd be interested in hearing any suggestions! I'm talking accessories, certain pieces that bring down the maturity of an outfit or any other ways to bring out your youthful side whilst still maintaining that formal look. I'm realising that there's plenty of time for me to dress like this, so why not bring a youthful edge to classical pieces whilst I still can?