Masquerade Ball

Menswear, Masquerade, Todd Snyder Suit, Allen Edmonds, Hugo Boss, Ball, Leo Chan, Cunard Cruise, Alicia Mara
Menswear, Masquerade, Todd Snyder Suit, Allen Edmonds, Hugo Boss, Ball, Leo Chan, Cunard Cruise, Alicia Mara

Photography by Alicia Mara

Outfit Details

Suit – Todd Snyder NY (Similar) | Dress Shoes – Allen Edmonds Park Ave | Watch – Hugo Boss

Taking a break from all the traveling and exploring for a minute here, being on a cruise still gives me plenty of reasons to suit up. Every night on the cruise is either informal or formal nights for special occasions throughout the trip. On one of the sea days was my first ever Masquerade Ball – so I decided to go with the mysterious black & white combination in a classy bow tie. I added some sharp details with a square chronograph Hugo Boss watch and a subtle Fleur-de-lis pin for extra style points. Dressing dapper and stylish never takes a vacation!


Menswear, Masquerade, Todd Snyder Suit, Allen Edmonds, Hugo Boss, Ball, Leo Chan, Cunard Cruise
Menswear, Masquerade, Todd Snyder Suit, Allen Edmonds, Hugo Boss, Ball, Leo Chan, Cunard Cruise
Menswear, Masquerade, Todd Snyder Suit, Allen Edmonds, Hugo Boss, Ball, Leo Chan, Cunard Cruise
Menswear, Masquerade, Todd Snyder Suit, Allen Edmonds, Hugo Boss, Ball, Leo Chan, Cunard Cruise

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2 comments

  1. Hi..
    Nice watch and dress shoes..The background is awesome,, but hey is that a phone in your pocket pants?
    Overall your style is awesome

    Regards
    The Fashion For Men

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  2. Disguise balls were a component of the Carnival season in the fifteenth century, and included progressively expand symbolic Royal Entries, expos, and triumphal parades praising relational unions and other dynastic occasions generally medieval court life. The "Bal des Ardents" ("Burning Men's Ball") was held by Charles VI of France, and proposed as a Bal des sauvages ("Wild Men's Ball"), a type of costumed ball (morisco). It occurred in festivity of the marriage of a woman in-holding up of Charles VI of France's ruler in Paris on January 28, 1393. The King and five squires dressed as wildmen of the forested areas (woodwoses), with ensembles of flax and pitch.

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