It is the middle of winter and you still find a way to sweat in your suit. You are probably thinking it is futile, you’re giving up. Your undershirts are stained, your dress shirts are stained, and your suit may even be soaked through. How do you stop this from happening?
Although it is impossible from stopping your body from sweating, we can find way to cool you down with the right fabrics, provide better undershirts and limit the material in the suit.
It is easy to slip back into old habits and buy replacements to our old clothing, but as we grow older there are a few things we should consider changing all together. We will touch on three of them in this post.
Red, purple, orange, yellow…all colors that can catch the eye, colors that need to be worn appropriately or you will run the risk of sending the wrong message with your outfit. In this post our aim is to teach you how to wear those colors in your wardrobe.
I've found many guys come to us for a light gray suit around May-July thinking they only have so long to wear it. The truth is you can stretch a light gray suit to the shoulder seasons of Spring and Fall as well, it just takes the following knowledge.