There are generally two types of people in menswear; one camp advocates for a classical trouser length which breaks upon the shoe, and the other camp tends to have a more ‘modern’ cut which sits above the shoe.Read More
How is it this happens? Well, you’ve probably seen it before. Plain suit, plain shirt with open collar. No pocket square or personalisation of any kind. I call it the mannequin look.Read More
Have you ever noticed that some jackets look better on you than others, even with the same measurements? Perhaps you’ve had a jacket at some point that has issues with tightness around the top buttoning point, even though the measurements say that everything should be correct. Or, a you’ve bought a regular length jacket off the rack that makes you look a bit short for some reason. Chances are that any of these issues – especially if they’ve arisen from a contemporary off the rack jacket – are caused by a button stance that is too high.Read More
See what happened at the first fitting for my Knightsman suit.Read More
What was that thing? It was the king. The one thing that matters more than anything; the fabric, the construction, anything else.
Pairing ties and pocket squares is an art that – when executed well – provides a wonderful playground for self-expression in an otherwise uniform outfit. Making a good combination of patterns and colours seems a very daunting task to many men (I get questions about it regularly!), but it is actually a rather simple undertaking that boils down to one thing: harmony.Read More
The rugby shirt has been a part of many people’s casual wardrobes as far back as the 1980s, enjoying a wave of mainstream popularity in the 1990s when well-known designers such as Tommy Hilfiger and Ralph Lauren caught onto the trend and included the rugby in their collections. The popularity waned somewhat in recent years; however the last couple of seasons have seen rugby tops making a big comeback, with the last couple of years seeing them out in force.Read More