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).
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?
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.
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?
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.
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?
The details can be just as instrumental in making a suit or jacket look great as the cut and fit; with unflattering details, it becomes harder to match the jacket with accessories and shoes. We have covered lapel and fronting, as well as the jacket construction. Now that you have the biggest parts in check, it is time to discuss the details! In this section of the guide we will cover rear vents, pockets, armholes and sleeve buttons.