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Queer Eye's Karamo Has A Tailoring Move Every Guy Can Master

And it's easier than you'd think
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Okay, so the Queer Eye chaps are better than most men. That's the whole point. They grace us with their divine presence so that we can learn from them, and now, it seems the lessons aren't solely confined to your hungover Netflix Sundays. 

At the #NETFLIXFYSEE Event in Los Angeles, Karamo Brown, the clever woke culture one, schooled the red carpet with a sharp style move: tonal, something every guy should flex this summer.


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Defined as a look that melds similar shades in one outfit, it's an upgrade on boring monochrome which lifts a standard suit to something special. Plus, the 37-year-old doubled down on the laidback vibes by switching a shirt for a polo and shoes for trainers.

To replicate, opt for a softer take on color. So rather than fire engine red, a series of neutrals or, like Brown, on-trend pink courtesy of Ted Baker.

This story originally appeared on Esquire.co.uk. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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