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.
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.
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.
Most people don't realize they have a preference for what their dress shirt cuff looks like but there are reasons to choose each. We will look at four of options you can choose.
There are many options when it comes to the pockets but we can make this Rundown short and sweet.
The lapel is the fabric that runs from the button, around the neck, back down to the button. Not only are there the peak, notch, and shawl but there is 2" all the way to 4.5" if you would like. How do you know what to pick for your body type? Let's talk about five of your options.
I'll mention as well, when we are talking about the width, it is at the widest point where the notch or peak in the lapel comes out.
One of the questions we ask our clients is how many buttons would you like? This can range from 1, 2, 3 or double breasted. Here is the rundown on what you should choose.
Above are Pantone's top colours of Fall/Winter 2017 where we hand picked 6 suit colours you can wear from this that we believe will be a suit you wear for many years. To get the in-depth articles click on the links below, but here is the quick rundown of how to wear each one.
All articles are written by Cardero Clothing's Owner: Derek Burbidge