Pattern matching is a pretty simple game when you understand how it all works. We understand a lot of men are not interested in adding patterns because they don't want to stand out and they are not sure what to wear it with. We hope this quick article can help you overcome that.
How many of us have seen old pictures of our parents only to face palm? The over sized suits, ugly fabrics, etc. Our children will do the same, maybe even worse if you bought into the male romper over the summer or wear Crocs religiously. You may have heard the term "fast fashion" which is a here today gone tomorrow trend. It works usually because the clothes are not the best quality and only last a season anyway. When it comes to buying quality clothes you want to stick with a timeless style.
We have clients who are Managers or in Sales in all different sectors including construction and farming. None of our clients have met a farmer plowing the fields in a suit. As we stated in our previous post you will want to know how to dress the part that speaks to your clients, but what if your client is in coveralls?
You have had the revelation, the light bulb moment. It is time to dress better. Your ill fitting clothing, dated patterns and faded suits need to be changed up. But where do you start?
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.
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.
All articles are written by Cardero Clothing's Owner: Derek Burbidge