Although we are still in August the shops are already stocking new season collections. I would advise to always have a minimum of 3 different suits for Autumn as your staple wardrobe – Dark brown, Dark Grey and Navy – these colours are practical and never date.
Look at these images – Are these people successful?
We can’t even see their faces and we know nothing about them, yet we automatically assume they are successful. Why? Because they are ‘power’ dressing – perception is everything. Like it or not we are judged on how we look. So think about the impression you want to make with your clothing choices.
The ‘big’ day – for us men, it’s the one time we are pretty happy to go along with whatever the woman wants. Here’s some tips on how to dress for the occasion and make it special for you too:
I have been in tailoring for over 20 years. Following fashion college, I started my apprenticeship at just 17 with master tailor David Chambers, local to my home in Hertfordshire. David, who had been trained on Savile Row himself, taught me all the skills I needed to make a suit by hand.
Ever flicked through a magazine and something trending has made you think oh no, what are they thinking?
What should your holiday suitcase contain? Here’s my top essentials guide for the modern gent to get through summer in style.
My top 10 tips for a quick fix:
Following the funeral of ‘the greatest’ last Friday (which he actually helped plan before his death – says a lot about his attention to detail), lets take a look at what made Muhammad Ali so iconic.
Tips on buying a weekend bag:
My advice would be to invest in leather over any other material. It looks great, lasts a long time, cleans easily and goes with literally anything. Avoid a satchel, unless you’re 10 and still at school!