Move aside, necktie. There’s a new sheriff in town! You may have picked out the perfect suit, but no ensemble is complete without the right accessories. Why not switch it up and try on a bow tie?
When British Army Major General James Brudenell led his men into battle during the Crimean war, I doubt he envisaged svelte like models, big bearded gents and high street stores the length and breadth of the country showing off his famous wears. And yet the 7th Earl of Cardigan could now find the garment bearing his name worn by every man from the age of five to 95.
Need outfit ideas to wear with men’s suspenders? Look no further! Here is a monster resource page with 25 ideas for men’s suspender fashion.
Hats are slowly becoming a daily accessory for more and more modern gentlemen, reminding us of a time in America when men wouldn’t leave the house without one.
For the past few centuries, men had worn some variation on three-piece suits. Edwardian upper-class men in particular had been very formal, changing clothes several times a day as propriety dictated.
With the arrival of summer and warm weather comes the arrival of outdoor party season. Whether it’s a laidback barbeque with friends at the local park or a full on garden party, most people will want to look the part.
This autumn’s new fashions show that for the most part Londoner’s are still going for classic work wear, with even construction workers and miners buying well-cut jeans and high quality boots.
Functionality and style come together in our wide selection of sportswear.
Jeans and shirt have long ago become a uniform of everyone. And if women sometimes get distracted by skirts and dresses, men tend to wear custom jeans practically every day.
For many, the average men’s shirt is simply a garment of utility – one that is worn by men across the world for reasons of function and not necessarily fashion.