It’s your wedding day. You’ve sourced your suit, shirt and tie but what about the Scooby Doo’s? Thats the shoes btw. In my humble opinion, wedding shoes cannot be an after thought. They have to be a well-considered accompaniment to the suit. With quite a few styles to pick from, it makes it easier to […]
When you’re a wedding guest and you’ve not been given a dress code, you can look at it one of two ways. Either its a great opportunity for you to express your style (which you’re completely comfortable with), or its an opportunity for your anxiety to reach new heights (as you’re completely lost as to […]
Business Casual is a term you’re bound to hear sooner or later if you work in the corporate world. The interesting thing about the term ‘Business Casual’ is that there isn’t a concrete definition on what it is. So we thought it would be a great idea to touch on this and give our opinions […]
When it comes to watches, the choice is immense. No one would blame you for opting for the more popular brand names that you see on tv, without understanding the (watch’s) attributes. I’ve never personally been a ‘watch guy’ (guy who has an extensive collection of watches for various occasions). That doesn’t mean I don’t […]
The main thing to look for when watching a fashion show, is the theme or trend, rather than one particular thing (ie a ski mask). It could even go as far as ‘all of the models are rocking designer beards’.
But when someone says I’m a billionaire (speaking into future) without currently being one, are they simply lying? It’s interesting because if we all walked around and did this, how would we ever know the real answer to a question you asked somebody?
There is no denying what a great pair of stylish cufflinks can do for an outfit. These stainless steel unique pieces by Morts & More are without a doubt a great accompaniment to business or formal wear.
When we cut our overcoats, we always cut to the clients preference (and of course the most suited to their height). But we always recommend our clients overcoat length is cut just above the knee or at the knee itself.