We often wish we could improve the way we present ourselves but get stuck in a way of dressing that is just too casual. Since most men are not wearing suits all the time, we need to create another option… Continue Reading
Back in my early university days, I came across the KISS principle in some business class which I can only now vaguely remember. Although that time has long since past, the idea of ‘Keep It Simple Stupid’ which can trace… Continue Reading
Whether you prefer a puff, folded pocket square, or some other arrangement, there is no doubt that one can help complete your look. After all what other purpose does that small chest pocket serve if not to hold a pocket… Continue Reading
“If you want to know if a guy is well dressed, look down.” So said US columnist George Frazier back in the 1950s, and his words have never been more true. Men who spend too little on their shoes end… Continue Reading
A great way to add some variation to the look of a solid tie is with texture and our first recommended stop when heading down that road is Grenadine.
When it comes to putting your best foot forward, the lacing method you use is definitely something that should not be overlooked. Unfortunately, sometimes even a major men’s magazine like GQ can get it wrong.
There has been no shortage of interest in ivy style (aka preppy style) since its inception in the early part of the 20th century. Although its popularity has been subject to fluctuation, it is viewed as a classic way of… Continue Reading
Any man interested in style has certainly come across this sock debate somewhere online, today I will sum up the arguments with a few points from each side as well as offering some shopping resources for both sock lengths at… Continue Reading
This has been said many times before in more abstract ways, but it deserves to be stated distinctly. It is astounding how effective Ralph Lauren has been at selling a very particular dream over the past 45 years.
The dimple is not only a visual embellishment to your finished knot but also serves to ensure the knot is tight and requires virtually no adjustments once tied. As with all elements of style, you must be practiced enough to… Continue Reading