Trends come and go, but one thing that never goes out of style is the allure of a true gentleman. While a custom shirt is a good starting point, it’s not enough to simply look the part. Adopting the complete lifestyle is key to a lasting impression, and here’s how to do it.
There seems to be a common thread amongst our female friends in relationships; they wish their man dressed better. Are you tired of your ‘knight in shining armor’ not looking so polished these days? You’ve got to polish him up and save him from his outdated, ill-fitted, rusted-up armor, also known as loose hoodies and old t-shirts and jeans. Here’s some tips that could spruce up your man’s style…and maybe even your relationship.
The menswear industry has finally recognized that while a gentleman may be out of the office, it doesn't mean that he is not working. Whatever the individual's profession, he is still a representative of the image and brand. That’s why, for Spring/Summer 2018, the soft jacket with a business casual shirt or custom casual dress shirt are must-have pieces.
There’s a big difference between getting dressed in style and just covering yourself for the sake of going outside. While your personal style says a lot about how you want to interact with the world, function and comfort should never be sacrificed.
The bow tie is a divisive topic amongst fashion aficionados. Some refer to it as a “stunt accessory“ or “nose ring of the conservative,” while others think it’s a sign of non-verbal genius and poignant means of expression. The question remains: how can you wear one as a grown man without looking like a five-year-old on your way to a piano recital?
Impressing your girlfriend’s parents starts with non-verbal communicating that you have your life together. Finding the balance between being a thoughtful gentleman and an overly dressed bloke without a sense of humor is the first step in the long process. We’ve got you covered for business casual shirts, but let’s look at the rest of you.
The Super Bowl is coming to Minneapolis. On the most important Sunday of the year, throw a party in true St Paul style and bring out all the favorite comfort foods — rich dips, stuffed potatoes, and a wall of nachos so high even Trump would endorse it.
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