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OLD MONEY

OLD MONEY
ELEGANCE AND GOOD TASTE DEFINE SEVERAL AESTHETICS PREVAILING TODAY, THERE ARE MANY STYLES THAT ARE IDENTIFIED UNDER THESE GARMENTS, ONE OF THEM IS THE SO-called OLD MONEY, PURSUED BY MANY AS THE TRUE REFERENCE OF SOPHISTICATION IN CLOTHING. BUT, WHAT DOES THIS NEW ACCEPTANCE CONSIST OF AND HOW DO WE DIFFERENTIATE IT FROM THE MORE TRADITIONAL CLASSIC STYLE? WE WILL TELL YOU WHAT OLD MONEY STYLE CONSISTS OF AND WHICH GARMENTS RENEW THEIR CODES TO ADAPT TO IT.

OLD MONEY STYLE: WHAT IT IS AND HOW TO WEAR IT

ELEGANCE AND GOOD TASTE DEFINE SEVERAL AESTHETICS PREVAILING TODAY, THERE ARE MANY STYLES THAT ARE IDENTIFIED UNDER THESE GARMENTS, ONE OF THEM IS THE SO-called OLD MONEY, PURSUED BY MANY AS THE TRUE REFERENCE OF SOPHISTICATION IN CLOTHING. BUT, WHAT DOES THIS NEW ACCEPTANCE CONSIST OF AND HOW DO WE DIFFERENTIATE IT FROM THE MORE TRADITIONAL CLASSIC STYLE? WE WILL TELL YOU WHAT OLD MONEY STYLE CONSISTS OF AND WHICH GARMENTS RENEW THEIR CODES TO ADAPT TO IT.

WHAT IS OLD MONEY STYLE?

It is a very specific aesthetic that enhances classic and timeless looks , providing a sophisticated touch and an element of nostalgia. The keys to this trend and its true differentiating element are the absence of logos or overly strident elements in clothing and the use of high-quality materials woven with good drape and feel, leather or suede accessories and sumptuous details in textures such as tweed. , velvet or linen for more casual outfits.

THE OLD MONEY TREND

We must travel to the United States to know the origin of this term in English and its meaning. In its literal translation (old money) the expression refers to a type of people, mostly wealthy young people who come from very old wealthy families, whose style stands out for the use of clothing and belongings of their ancestors. These pieces add a classic and timeless air to your looks, which can be recreated with modern designs for an elegant effect.

The old money style, although it is considered a trend today, became popular more than a century ago among young people who studied at private universities in the United States and England. The power of social networks has made this type of looks have made its way to conquer the world of fashion. However, its origin is really what gives us the old money style primer. Some of the most characteristic garments come from these first styles of the university elite: hence, symbols of academic institutions , for example, or pieces related to certain types of sports, such as rowing or polo, are now integrated into the garments.

The old money style for men

At SILBON we are more than familiar with the aesthetics and codes of the old money style. We share in our essence the taste for the highest quality materials, good clothing and the most timeless tailoring. Part of these premises is directly related to the importance of sustainability and durability of garments , other key values ​​that define the brand. Do you want to get the keys to the masculine old money style ? Find in our collection of classic men's fashion all the essentials that cannot be missing in your dressing room.

If the Bermuda shorts allowed you to take risks with the colors of your espadrilles, now is the time to hold back. The look is now more sober, with chinos or five-pocket pants, and linen or cotton shirts like the ones you will find in our collection . So you have to opt for espadrilles in classic colors (navy blue, beige or khaki) , always in combination with the shirt. And, if you want to break the line of solid colors, nothing better than standing out with espadrilles with nautical stripes .

OLD MONEY POLO SHIRT FOR MEN

Espadrilles perfectly complement the casual look of jeans in dark, light or ecru tones . In the SILBON men's jeans collection you will find flattering and comfortable options with special designs. Combine them with your favorite espadrilles. You have them in solid colors, with sailor stripes or multicolor prints . You will be sure to get it right!

CLASSIC TAILORING WITH TIMELESS LINES

Traditional two or three-piece suits are another of the pillars of the old money style. In addition, it also incorporates elements of university tradition, such as blazers, in casual looks. We highlight designs in 100% linen for summer and models with prints such as Prince of Wales, houndstooth, pinstripe or traditional tartan for the colder seasons. In the lower parts, pleated pants with elements such as side adjustments and fabrics such as wool or linen are successful.

OTHER ESSENTIAL GARMENTS IN THE MEN'S OLD MONEY STYLE

We cannot leave aside other key elements of this type of looks. Knitted garments such as cable-knit or half-zip sweaters , cardigans or vests add warmth and texture to old money outfits. Classic-style Bermuda shorts or pants in traditional fabrics, such as corduroy, are also part of the wardrobe of this aesthetic. The color range focuses on neutral tones - such as navy blue, beige, brown or white - and also includes the most old money accessories: shoes such as moccasins or boat shoes, scarves or leather belts.

The old money style for women

The feminine version of the old money style follows the same line mentioned so far, approaching the preppy aesthetic and timeless garments with quality finishes and classic, flattering patterns take center stage. In the SILBON women's fashion collection we find perfect pieces to emulate the style of the most special classic icons .

Ivy League style garments , such as sweatshirts or classic polos, stand out alongside options such as three-piece suits, Bermuda shorts or sailor pants. The dresses are simplified in versions where sobriety and minimalism stand out, and accessories such as scarves, leather bags or hats shine.

Create your old money looks with the timeless garments from the SILBON fashion collection and let yourself be seduced by the new classics, Long live old money!