You have your navy suit, your charcoal, your light gray…now is the perfect time to add a stylish blazer or suit. A lot of men don’t like adding new clothing, especially those with patterns or bolder colors because they don’t know what to wear with it. Here is how you can bring in a stylish new color or pattern into your wardrobe.
It is my favorite time of the year, Fall fashion! Layers, rich colours and perfect temperatures. This is a season to have fun with your wardrobe and use your essentials to pair with your seasonals. For example, the charcoal suit with the Fall colour of Biking Red in your tie.
Every year Pantone, the colour guru’s, come out with their colours of the Fall/Winter. I will touch on 4 new ones and 2 classics in this post.
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.
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.
There are many do's and don'ts when it comes to taking care of your suit. You will get lots of bad advice on general question boards and unfortunately from many stores. Here is a quick rundown for you.
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.
For the past few months I have been on the hunt for a new vehicle and I have seen it all when it comes to attire for Salesmen. From high end to used car, taking my bias as a Men's Bespoke clothing company owner out of it, I feel a positive emotion when I am around someone dressed to impress and a negative emotion when I am around someone looking sloppy.
The stigma when it comes to Salesmen whether it is cars, electronics or furniture is one that needs to be overcome. One very important way to overcome that is by dressing the part.