Styling Sofia Tsakiri
Photos Panos Davios
Words Eleni Papaioannou

Unlock the essence of looking fantastic in a two-tone outfit.

Effortless style is something that usually comes with age but the general feeling is that some people just have what it takes to look like their outfit was made to fit their own, personal outlook. Humphrey Bogart was probably the godfather of looking perfect in anything he wore, exuding charm and a relaxed attitude, like nothing really matters except being your very own, true self. Studying his style closely, we managed to decode it and put it back together again by adding some twitches and details that make it contemporary and fun.

· Choose a cotton jacket that looks like a soft shirt, one you can actually roll up at the sleeves when it gets hot.
· Match it with a tuxedo shirt for the unexpected, modern vibe required.
· Bogie loved canvas shoes with slightly short, wide legged trousers. Follow in his casual footsteps and wear a pair of softies. They look great, plus feel completely comfortable.
· Do not try to match your shoes to your belt but rather follow a totally different path and invest in a nice, camel toned wide leather belt that you will have forever.
· Another, irresistible contemporary touch is the raffia bag that will carry all your essentials _we are imagining an impromptu pic-nick lunch at the park that just fits the outfit like a glove.


Cotton Pique Tuxedo Shirt, Cotton Jacket And Trousers And Canvas Shoes By Gant, Available At Notos galleries.
Leather Belt By Pepe Jeans Heritage, Available At Shop&Trade.
Raffia Bag From Harri’s Wardrobe.