Velvet Crush: A Night Out With INC Men

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This past Thursday night, I was honored to join a stylish group of New Yorkers to kick off the Holiday season in partnership with INC Men, exclusively available at Macy’s. Hosted by Nyle DiMarco (yes, the devilishly handsome Nyle DiMarco of Dancing With The Stars Fame) in a basement level SoHo speakeasy called The Handy Liquor Bar, the evening (dubbed #INCNightOut) was filled will great music, strong drinks, and killer menswear. I’ve linked the products I wore to event below, happy clicking & shopping!

I decided to opt for a luxe, tailored INC look for the night. The star of the look had to be the slim Jayden blazer in a rich navy velvet. Honestly, I couldn’t keep up with the amount of comments and questions about this bad boy. Understated and classic yet just poppy enough to standout, this blazer is the perfect piece for a kick-ass holiday party. Check out the blazer, here.  Instead of going with a crisp white shirt, I styled the Jayden blazer with a fine-gauge black turtleneck to reinforce the throwback, vintage inspired feel of the look (Think James Bond vibez). Just light enough to layer yet thick enough to keep the chill out, this is a wardrobe staple (I actually picked up a few of the other colors at Macy’s just for good measure!). To finish off the look, I wanted the pant to be slim, comfortable and slightly cropped…enter my new secret weapon, the deep black stretch pant. Fitted more like a traditional 5-pocket trouser instead of a suit pant, this pant is definitely a new favorite. Just the right amount of stretch proved to be perfect for a little dancing and mingling at the bar, while the luxe sheen fabric keeps the look dressy an polished.

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The bar was packed! Love the mahogany and mirror detailing here…classic all the way. 

img_1180The label on this bad-boy is super classic…perfect for your big holiday party. 

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img_1192Love the subtle shine on this blazer at night. 

img_1179The devil is in the details

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