A well-groomed beard and a fashionable wardrobe go together like a moustache and Tom Selleck. It’s just impossible to imagine one without the other. A beard is essentially an extension of who you are and reflects your personal taste. Dressing to complement the style of your beard will further elevate your status as a sophisticated and dapper man-about-town.
Not sure where to start?
We’ve categorised a few fashion genres to suit your beard, but will also champion your age and personality.
Beard type: Short stubble
Typically found: Vaping in the quad, on the sports field or trying to impress girls at parties.
Style essentials: A few basic t-shirts, joggers, skinny jeans, hoodies and sneakers.
Having a student loan may not leave you with much cash to spare, but you can still dress up your stubble in a number of stylish ways by mixing pieces of clothing you already own.
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Beard type: Short to medium perfectly-groomed circle beard.
Typically found: Sipping espresso in a bookshop, surrounded by an air of mystery.
Style essentials: Tailored blazers, ties, waistcoats, chunky jerseys, waistcoats and brogues.
Procure the university professor look by enhancing your wardrobe with classic pieces in rich textures like knits, tweed and corduroy.
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Beard type: Long, luxurious and fully-grown.
Typically found: Climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, listening to vinyl and taking polaroids.
Style essentials: A cosy knitted beanie, plaid, plaid, and more plaid, oversized cardigans, combat boots and a leather (vegan) backpack.
Brave enough to wear glasses ironically and ride a penny farthing to work, the urban explorer is a hipster with much more swag.
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Beard type: A lofty silver or white mane.
Typically found: In front of a fireplace in the North Pole or at mens’ fashion week in Milan.
Style essentials: Stylish coats, three-piece suits, hats and pocket squares.
Just because your hair has turned grey, doesn’t mean you should take to wearing pyjama suits all day. ‘Grandpa style’ has become increasingly popular with many voguish veterans taking social media by storm with their updated, yet classic style. Take Alessandro Manfredini for example; his suave and iconic silver beard has not only set the style precedent for older men, but has also inspired younger gentlemen with its noble masculinity.
Which style category would you like to try?