COVID is going to change a lot of things including professional clothing. In this post we will discuss what we believe is going to happen after meeting with clients, having phone calls with professionals and studying trends. There will be what we believe is going to happen, and how you can take advantage of it.
Every guy needs a go to style icon, someone with a vast wardrobe to inspire you on how to build yours. They need to have properly fitted outfits and someone who catches your eye almost every time you see a picture of them.
Bodybuilders and muscular men wearing suits can be hard to look at. They work so hard at the gym but when it is time to attend a formal event they are lost at where to buy a suit that fits. They either don't know bespoke clothing exists or they believe the myth that it costs a ton of money. In this post we will tackle the fit, colors/patterns, personalization's and accessories you should be wearing.
Velvet is not one of the staple suits in your wardrobe but it is perfect for a formal dinner or a stylish event where you want to make your mark. Velvet is known for its ability to repel smoke, hence the term "smoking jacket", but that doesn't mean you have to be a smoker to wear it. This post will be a everything you need to know about velvet.
Understanding what Bespoke is can be confusing because it gets labeled under a plethora of different titles like Tailor Made Suits, Tailored Suits, Designer Suits, Saville Row Suits, Made to Measure Suits, Custom Suits and Custom Made Suits, some are accurate some are not. Below we will tell you exactly what Bespoke clothing is.
Dressing well is not something that is reserved for those making six figures, everyone can afford to do it. If you choose to buy off the rack we have put together a few tips to make sure you make the most of it.
The Business world is full of competition. For those competing with other agencies or companies for clients, how about co-workers competing with their colleagues for that promotion or for those competing with other job seekers. We spend hours tweaking our LinkedIn profile or crafting e-mails to try and make ourselves look desirable or credible to whomever we are trying to impress. This helps us get their attention but then we get to the interview or a meeting with the prospective client and they see someone who's physical image doesn't match up to the image they perceived online.