Too much of any one thing is bad. Especially when it comes to patterns. You can match up colours but don’t overdose on one design. Ties, pocket squares and cufflinks should live up to their name – an ‘accessory’ to perfectly compliment your look, not dominate it.
We live in a world where everything is disposable, including clothing. Cheap manufacturing, often made in an unethical way means we aren’t making informed choices when it comes to our fashion.
Tweeds are an icon of traditional Irish and British country clothing, being desirable for informal outerwear, due to the material being moisture-resistant and durable. Tweeds are made to withstand harsh climate and are commonly worn for outdoor activities such as shooting and hunting. (Source:Wikipedia)
Whilst newer hotels may have all the mod cons, I prefer a more rural setting with open countryside and lots of character.
As we countdown to Christmas Day, this is the only calendar you will need this season to update your winter wardrobe.
If your struggling to know what to buy for the guy who seemingly has everything, here’s some gift inspiration to steer you in the right direction.
Just sharing some content this week from my recent interview with Keikari.com.
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: