Making Your Wardrobe Smarter
With wearable technology on the rise, it was only a matter of time before it found its way into menswear.
And while we’re usually in favor of low tech over high when it comes to our wardrobes, we can make an exception if it means we’ll never lose another pair of sunglasses. So, we’ve rounded up a few of the more handsome options of smart menswear.
Herewith, the wearable tech you’d actually wear:
The Sunglasses: Never lose your shades again with Tzukuri sunglasses that text you immediately if you’ve left them behind.
The Suit: A collaboration between Australian tailor M.J. Bale and Heritage Bank, who’ve made a limited run of suits embedded with wireless credit card technology, so you’ll never have to reach for your wallet again.
The Cufflinks: Now your French cuffs are mobile wi-fi hotspots, thanks to these cufflinks.
The Watch: Smartwatches have been around for a while now, but the Pebble Steel is the first one that looks like a watch you’d actually wear.
The Shoes: Slip these insoles into your wingtips, sync them to your phone’s map, and they’ll use haptic feedback to guide you to your destination.
- — Kempt Staff