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Editor’s Pick: James Tudor Regal Brief – Red & White
Why We Love It: The James Tudor Regal Brief is an instant classic that seems effortlessly dapper. The red and white stripe design is timeless, something that is more fashionable for more reserved guys. The brief’s wide cut is great and will appeal to more modest guys. But here’s something we all can agree on: the button-fly. It’s a rare find on the men’s underwear market, and the rest of the Regal Brief’s design makes the most of the classy accent.
Why It’s Our Editor’s Pick: James Tudor Regal Brief has a luxurious attitude with a classic streak you could wear on any given day. Without a doubt, The Underwear Expert’s two favorite things about James Tudor underwear is their use of color and their button-flys (but mostly the latter).
A button-fly simultaneously gives a pair of underwear an old school appeal and a more formal aesthetic. It’s a retro touch for sure, but when it’s paired with James Tudor’s colors and classic designs, it’s brought into the future (and the front of our underwear drawers). The Red & White Regal Brief, in particular, plays up everything we love about the button-fly. The red and white stripes emphasize the yesteryear appeal of the buttons and, when combined, bring us a refreshing kind of sex appeal. The solid red seams around the legs also give it just enough sportiness, something we definitely appreciate.
How We’d Wear It: Any outfit we’d build around the James Tudor Regal Brief would stick to the same traits that make this a standout pair of underwear. It would have to be casual, classic and a handsome mix of dressy and casual. We’re thinking some tan chinos and a button-down. Or maybe a more simple look dressed up with a blazer. Something a millennial would wear to a job interview.
Other Favorites: Magnetic Brief – Black & Red, Retro Boxer – Navy & Yellow
For more information on this brand: James Tudor
Photo Credit: Jerrad Matthew Exclusively for The Underwear Expert
Model: Mike Gregory
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