As a suit aficionado, my suits are either from a tailor, or a premium brand. When UK High street retailer Marks and Spencer (M&S) offered me one of their new range of check suits to review, I had to confess that they would not have had them on my shortlist of go to places to buy a suit, but they convinced me I would be surprised. Did they convert me? Read on…
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.
Yesterday I must have passed 1000 people and you know what surprised me the most? I counted on one hand the number of people who actually had clothes that fit them properly. ON ONE HAND!!!
List of 101 style tips for gentlemen including suits, shoes, shirts, accessories, trousers, knitwear & grooming
When choosing your next suit, you don’t just need to think about the colour, or if it’s single or double breasted, you should be thinking about the style. There are three main styles (or cuts) of men’s suits, the American (or Sack suit), Italian (or European) & British (or Savile Row).
There are many guides on what to wear, but with this guide on the top men’s style mistakes, you will avoid making a fashion faux pas that will undermine your [ … ]
I am often embroiled in conversations on the topic of quality in suits, and what I look for. Could I, if challenged, identify a quality suit from it’s cheaper mass produced cousins? It is not as straight forward as having a simple check list that is conclusive proof. There are signs, indicators, that will point to the overall quality of a suit, but you have to use them in context.