Style Tips You Can Learn from Social Media Week

Last week, bloggers, tweeters, and various media experts convened in New York City for Social Media Week, a series of discussions and panels about the state of social media. What better than to get photographer Nick McGlynn to capture social-media types as they, well, socialize? Here, the coolest guys we found—and what you can learn from them.

Photographs by Nick McGlynn

Last week, bloggers, tweeters, and various media experts convened in New York City for Social Media Week, a series of discussions and panels about the state of social media. What better than to get photographer Nick McGlynn to capture social-media types as they, well, socialize? Here, the coolest guys we found—and what you can learn from them.

A black knit tie should be your wardrobe workhorse.

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Photographs by Nick McGlynn

It's easy to pull off a knit cap. Wear your bangs over your face for a look that says "creative type". . .

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Photographs by Nick McGlynn

. . . or with a plaid shirt and some facial scruff for that urban-lumberjack vibe.

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Photographs by Nick McGlynn

Yes, you can (and should) wear chinos in the dead of winter.

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Photographs by Nick McGlynn

A good head of hair adds flair to whatever outfit you have on.

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Photographs by Nick McGlynn

Frame your face with a pair of simple black glasses.

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Photographs by Nick McGlynn

Layer your look with a shirt and sweater in the same color family.

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Photographs by Nick McGlynn

For a coolly casual look, wrap a scarf loosely around your neck.

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Photographs by Nick McGlynn

Two will always be better than one.

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Photographs by Nick McGlynn

Brighten up your muted winter outfit with a pop of color.

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