How to Pull Off a White Dinner Jacket This Wedding Season
Black tie doesn’t limit you to a black tux. Stand out in the crowd in a surprising alternative – the white dinner jacket. This jacket is for the gentleman looking to make an impression. While some consider white jackets a warm weather option only, the look is increasingly accepted as a formal wear staple.
Up Your Valentine's Game: Planning and Preparing for the Perfect Date Night
Planning the perfect date night can be a big undertaking, especially if your significant other utters those dreaded words: “Surprise me!” Fear not: we’ve got you covered with local date night ideas, the deets on what you should wear, what you should buy (and tell her to buy you), and a few tips to soar beyond others expectations.
What a Gentleman Should Wear to a Holiday Party
The holidays are upon us, and with the season of gift giving also comes the season of cold-weather gatherings. This time of year is very distinctive in terms of the style of clothing expected and permitted, and is a great opportunity to experiment layering your wardrobe with jackets, coats, scarves and flannels.
Not only is it a great time to experiment with your look for winter, eggnog is back on store shelves across the nation, meaning spiked ‘nog is back on the menu to fuel some holiday party shenanigans. We’ve concocted a list to help you ensure that deciding on your wardrobe for any party this season will be the easiest decision of the day.
Tips to Learn from the Most Stylish and Unstylish Presidents
Fashion alone won’t get you in the oval office, but style, or a lack thereof, can definitely be a pain point for candidates if they don’t appear polished. Folks are judgmental when it comes to U.S. presidents; they are expected to appear healthy, attractive, and even stylish.
It’s unnecessary for presidents to wear the brightest and boldest fashion trends, but a refined president helps put the country at ease. Needless to say, the media will call any president out if they don’t think they look up to par.
Even if you’re not president (yet), there are plenty of fashion tips to learn from our country’s noble past leaders.
A Gentleman's Guide to Surviving the Winter
You’re a manly man - you should be able to handle a little chill in the air. And by that, we mean you should be savvy enough to dress appropriately for winter weather. The secret is to be well prepared in the clothing and accessory department. And it’s never a bad idea to have a little something extra for a potential lady friend who will most certainly ask for your coat or scarf.
Wool Socks and Lined Hat
The head and feet are where most heat escapes you. Cover those up and you’re golden. Wool socks and a lined hat are garments worth the splurge. You want them to last for years and actually provide warmth. Stop buying those cheap beanies and socks that will get holes in them after only a few wears. Choose some nice wool socks that will keep those toes warm, and pair them with a statement hat. Depending on where you reside, you may want to get your hands on a shearling or fur-lined hat: they always do the trick.
Wear the Right Undergarments
Don’t overlook something as simple as the right undergarments when dressing for the cold. The smartest trick in the book is layering; it allows you to remain stylish on the outside while being nice and warm on the inside. Plus, your lady friend won’t even notice the layers underneath all that charm. And you may laugh now, but long johns are magical. Invest in a few good pairs and you’ll have the last laugh when the weather drops below freezing.
Suit with Thicker Fabric
Suits are seasonal, so you’ll need a warmer version for the colder months. You best believe we’ve got you covered – literally. We love heavier fabrics for the cold, like tweed, wool, herringbone, and cashmere. These fabrics will keep you feeling warm and looking good. A suit in thicker fabric also allows you to play with different textures and mix fabrics, which is a huge trend right now. Contact the Tailor and let us help you create the perfect winter suit.
Besides staying warm, you also need to protect your mental state. The grey skies can start to weigh you down, so arm yourself with other things to keep you a happy bloke!