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Oct 12, 2016
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We all look up to John Lloyd Cruz's exceptional acting skills, but that's not the only thing he's got going for him. He also does a superb job in the style department.

He was one of the first actors to start rocking the cuffed-pants-plus-going-sockless combo. It didn't take long before others were imitating his getup, a go-to trend for the everydayman that still works to this day.  

There's still a lot of sartorial lessons to learn from the One More Chance star, which you can apply to your own wardrobe. Take some pointers.

Dress Like JLC Rule #1: Loafers looks cooler without socks

Going sockless while wearing a full suit is not as easy as it sounds. Pairing fancy business shoes, brogues, and sneakers with a tuxedo will require loads of confidence. If you want to nail the look like a pro, stick with loafers. These flexible and comfy shoes combine the convenience of slip-ons, and are just formal enough for you to get away with it during a black tie event.

Dress Like JLC Rule #2: When in doubt, there's always white sneakers

Choosing the right kind of sneakers for your outfit can be a daunting task, especially if you're in a rush. In cases like this, it's best to go with your favorite white sneakers. They are perfect for jeans, but also have the power to make formal wear look fun.  

Dress Like JLC Rule #3: Don't be afraid to layer

The popularity of blazers, cardigans, and denim button-downs has paved the way for the reemergence of a classic fashion style: layering. Make sure you're wearing something cool underneath. Just in case the weather gets hotter, you'll be able to remove the outer layer without compromising the whole look.

Dress Like JLC Rule #4: Accessorize with sunnies

Sunglasses don't just protect your eyes, they also add an instant edge to your look. By playing around with colors and shapes, you can upgrade your ensemble, giving it a unique spin through your chosen eyewear. 

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