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3 San Antonio Cocktail Conference Outfit Ideas For The Gents



Dudes need to dress the part as they go into this year's San Antonio Cocktail Conference, too. Be your own arm candy with these three ensemble (mensemble?) suggestions styled by Elsa Fernandez of Eye Candy Boutique at The Sporting District (302 Pearl Pkwy., 210-223-1889). Call for pricing. 

Cocktail Scholar

Fernandez says: This ensemble more easily transitions from work to evening wear with the addition of the Navy cardigan. The Cocktail Scholar is looking for an effortless way to look more put together and he'll achieve that with adding a pop of color (the tie in this case).

The items: 
Medium wash distressed denim
Leather journal (set of 3)
Navy/white gingham plaid shirt
Coquelicot printed tie
Navy Nottingham shawl cardigan
Black banded watch
Flint grey suede boot

Dapper in Denim

Fernandez says: This guy is a risk taker and is all about making an entrance. He is not afraid to mix printed accessories and builds the whole outfit around the statement pheasant feather bow tie ... and he smells good.

The items: 
Dark coral khakis
Light washed chambray button-up
Pheasant feather bow tie (sidenote: how crazy cool is that?!?!)
Cognac wingtip shoe
Dark denim blazer
Navy/white printed pocket square

Brewing Brigade


Fernandez says: This is our country-meets-city guy. He is more rugged with the navy/red plaid, but still integrates a vintage vibe with the military inspired sweater.

The items:
Olive wool marine sweater
Blue/red tartan plaid button-up
Black banded watch
Flint grey suede boot
Medium wash denim
Leather journal (set of 3)

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