With fall quickly approaching, a stylish man’s thoughts quickly turn towards tweed. While names like like Harris tweed are generally well know, there is another tweed from the Isle of Lewis called Breanish tweed which should be added to your… Continue Reading
Celebrating Italian post-war automotive style, “Bellissima! The Italian Automotive Renaissance, 1945–1975″ at The Frist Center, brings together 22 of the era’s most impactful designs.
We all know that the vast majority of western civilised men are not particularly bothered about having a sophisticated appearance. Frankly, it is considered either a waste of money or a waste of time. However, there has always been a… Continue Reading
The first in an ongoing series of style staples for men, Must Have puts you on a nuanced path, allowing your choices to sing instead of being one note.
To be well dressed you need at your disposal a sea of knowledge that helps you connect the past with the personal style you are trying to carve out in the present.
When building a wardrobe, I always advise men to take a step back and consider the details before simply diving in. One good way to start this process with solid colour shirts is through texture.
Deliberate choices are necessary to achieve a cohesive look. This even means that you can wear a more formal looking spread collar shirt (button cuffs) if most of the other pieces of your ensemble say “casual”.
Just what is the ‘High Low’ approach? A very good question indeed. The ‘High Low’ is a way of dressing that shows you can mix more expensive items like Zegna and Alden for example with something that is downright reasonable… Continue Reading
If you look around any shop these days chances are you will run into some indigo or indigo inspired clothing. While this trend has not been around that long in the western world, in Japan, the love indigo dyed fabric
Worn by everyone from Cary Grant to Pablo Picasso, the nautical stripe shirt also called the Breton stripe, has been a summer staple for decades. Its history goes back to the late 1850’s when navy and white horizontal stripes became… Continue Reading