By: Kimberly Salmon
Whether you’re trying to defy the negative stigma from a “wrong address” or you’re planning to switch up your existing image it seems today’s young males are looking toward the future with positivity and presence. Sensing the need for change Youthlink is going to show you how to achieve four looks that’ll help you make the material adjustment you need to overcome poor self- imaging.
If aspirations of bank accounts similar to that of prominent entrepreneurs like Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart and Michael Lee Chin get you out of bed in the morning then work your way into this formal business suit. Far from your basic black this navy blue pinstriped suit outfitted with baby blue shirt and diagonal striped tie is the perfect look for a soon- to- be chairman in your very own boardroom.
IIf you’re out to tread the unbeaten path or you are looking to be a pioneer in your own form of inventiveness don’t be afraid to step out of the box with apparel. The seemingly simple addition of this multi- colored scarf to an otherwise basic checkered short sleeved shirt an ¾ linen pants shows that you are confident in your creativity and fearlessly making unpopular yet welcomed decisions.
I Trying to increase your network while adding to your net worth? Then opt for the uniquely harmonized look of casual sophistication- looking good without trying too hard. With cool colors like yellow alongside an edgy, more hardcore charcoal vest which matches expertly to the shirts epaulettes you’re sure to look approachable notwithstanding your untouchable attention to detail; both of which are sure to add some pins to your BBM list. Ensure to pair with dark wash jeans and simple jewellery to complete the look.
I Whether you’re faking it or flaunting it the computer geek meets golfer chic look may be just what you need to elevate yourself to a higher intellectual level. This green knit pullover with just a hint of the collar of an orange button- down shirt alongside a lime green tie shows that you can coordinate more than you’re draw of stationery. Add tennis shoes instead of loafers to dress down a well tailored khaki pant and your study buddy will be sure to compliment you on more than your penmanship.
Photographer: Kareem LaTouche
Shoot Coordinators: Kimberly Salmon, Stephanie Lyew, Carolyn Sinclair
Shoot Location: Sabina Park, Silver Star Motors Limited, Kingston Harbor
Models: Shane Graham and Andrew Gregory
Clothes provided by:
Telephone: 920- 4346
Automobiles provided by:
- Silver Star Motors Limited
Telephone: 930- 0024/ 930- 0230
- Fidelity Motors Limited
Telephone: 948- 5409/ 948- 5459