See what happened at the first fitting for my Knightsman suit. Continue reading Knightsman Suit Commission Update
It’s one thing to rate a product upon first reception. However, what is really valuable is information regarding the performance of a product as time wears on. Especially a product with a premise as good as this one. How does it hold up 3 months down the track? Continue reading 3 Month Update: Chester Barkly ‘Sweat Free Tee’ Performance Review
There are a number of different shirt collar styles, with a variety of shapes and angles. In this article we will walk through some of the most common iterations. Continue reading A Guide to The Various Styles of Shirt Collars
What was that thing? It was the king. The one thing that matters more than anything; the fabric, the construction, anything else.
Fit. Continue reading I Binned (Almost) My Entire Tailored Jacket Collection…
Introducing the Weekly Roundup, where I will post five outfit shots from around the web that I have liked (and a little bit about why). Continue reading The Weekly Web Roundup: Sep 7, 2019
Managing your wardrobe when losing weight is a juggler’s game; if you are in the game for a long time and dropping several sizes, it can quickly become expensive. Things may stay in your wardrobe only a matter of weeks or months before they become ill-fitting. So, how do you manage it? Continue reading How to Manage Your Wardrobe When You’re Losing Weight
A surgeon cuff is something you have quite likely seen before. If you have ever had a jacket or suit made for you, you have probably even owned surgeon cuffs before. Continue reading Definition: What are Surgeon Cuffs?
Trouser fits in menswear have been on the slimmer side for some time now, with super skinny fits having had a heyday a few years ago and the go-to cut for many off the rack brands erring toward narrow tapers. Is this the way to go for everyone, though? Continue reading What I’ve Learned About the Ideal Fit for Pants
A great insight into the history and heritage of the famous Savile Row in London. This documentary showcases different trades within the sartorial world, a bit about the industry’s business model and how the industry has evolved over time. Continue reading Video: Tailored Stories – An Oral History of Savile Row
Fast fashion is – whether we agree with it or not – a large part of clothing today. Retail chain products of the likes of Cotton On, H&M and Zara are seen on people around the nation every day. With the prevalence of fast fashion and the negative connotations that come along with the word such as environmental disrespect and poor quality as the cost of a cheap garment, the question begs to be asked: can you get good clothes from these stores? Continue reading Can You Get Good Clothes from Fast Fashion Stores?