Here is my round up of the best from Jacket Required AW15. I would traditionally shy away from the menswear trade shows, simply because for a long time, high fashion and niche trends have ruled where I would prefer updated, current evolution of classic tailored style. Thankfully with the resurgence of the modern gentleman over the past couple of years, times are changing and I like to keep abreast of current developments.
Although the pinnacle of men’s style, not everyone can afford to visit a gentleman’s bespoke tailor. So how do you make sure your clothes fit you perfectly? Buy from the high street and visit an alterations tailor to turn a garment that fits you well into a garment that looks like it was made for you, there’s a big difference.
Pink. A colour not altogether comfortable in many men’s wardrobes but one, truth be told, that we should all be embracing if we hold out any hope of being a dapper chap about town. To be honest, the wearing of pink is not for everyone – it’s not a look that all can conquer and it takes a certain breed of man to pull of the pink shirt or accessory look with anything even approaching aplomb.
Believe it or not, a business look can lead to a successful business. Does this mean that you being judged by how you look and what you wear? Honestly, “yes” and “no” are both appropriate answers to this question.
The classic white dress shirt is the most versatile item in any modern gentleman’s wardrobe. No item can be worn casually at the weekend with jeans and a cardigan, with your suit to work and with to an upmarket black-tie event.
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Charles Tyrwhitt has opened a new flagship store on Jermyn st. The Mitchelli popped in to see the new direction the famous shirt makers is going in, and what it means to the modern gentleman.