There is a popular belief that a New Years Resolution is there to be broken, a fad if you will, that has little chance of success – I’m not sure I subscribe to that theory with some of my most significant, but lasting changes happening at the crest of a new year – With that in mind, here are some of the things you can look forward to in 2015. It is then with great excitement I can share some of the plans for 2015.
Introduction to Thomas Mahon and his tailoring company English Cut, and the journey a watch blogger took when ordering two made to measure suits.
Getting an old jacket or blazer altered is usually quicker and cheaper than if you were ordering one made up from scratch, and it is a great way to revamp older garments or vintage finds. Often, a bit of careful altering here and there can do wonders for your tired old blazer.
Sharp and Dapper are an exciting online store offering some great (and one truly exceptional, but more of that later) products for the discerning gentleman. This was going to be a review of their magnificent shirt stays, but due to the generosity of their founder Johan Ekelund, this will have to be so much more. Let me explain.
The Gentleman Barbers seeks to return visitors to Brindley Place in Birmingham to the days where going to the barber was an event rather than a chore.
Times change, fashions change, but things such as manners and etiquette are as important as ever for the modern gentlemen. Some points may seem obvious and yet many rules are broken surprisingly frequently (such as the bread plate rule), so here’s a quick reminder of a few.
Every once in a while a new company can really surprise you with the quality if their product, but for new tie company The Dark Knot, they have put so much into the packaging that even the most hardcore Tie snob will be impressed.
The Bellroy Hide and Seek Wallet is the first truly practical wallet that solves the problem of how to carry all the plastic you actually need to carry, while banishing the ungainly bulging wallet to the 80s where it belongs.