Flannel is one fabric Ive been meaning to discuss on the blog for a while now. So I had to commission another piece for myself to better understand and appreciate this intriguing wool fabric in a piece that could yet again become staple to my sartorial wardrobe. Unlike the usual worsted wool cloth, which many are familiar (most common cloth…Read More
This Category provides you with an extensive research on men style and how to create and own your own personal style, suiting your fit.
Highly detailed articles ranging from suits to accessories and general style tips.
Last week, I had a funny experience where a reader of the blog approached me at friend’s brunch event, asking in these exact terms “where is the suit and tie?” What was most interesting though was that I’d been aiming to touch on some casual garments, suitable for men in the sartorial world as it’s a question I’ve had from…Read More
When you talk about versatility, workable and coordination in your wardrobe, you MUST always think about neutral colours. When you own staple garments in neutral colours, they become the foundation to your sartorial wardrobe. The true gem about neutrals are that they are a base to allow for a more interesting and exploratory colours. And when you talk neutral, nothing…Read More
Mr. Modish – a persona defined to represent the individual who is unapologetically explorable with colour and patterns, yet maintains an elegant and timeless aura that is not dictated by trends. From a colour perspective, which mostly dictates whether a look can fall within the Modish persona, it is usually because it relates to working with secondary and tertiary colours….Read More
On the Corporate Man series today, I am talking through a suitable look for an important/high profile occasion at the office, post Monday/Tuesday. One I like to call the Midweek Boardroom Magic! As discussed multiple times on the blog, the importance of dressing right and commanding for an important meeting or presentation should never be underestimated. If anything, it should…Read More
A considerable number of people tend to lessen their sartorial creativity during Autumn season by reducing their colour palettes and adjusting to winter-safe tones . Such include the dark, muted and cold colours; something I am yet to get my head around as Autumn truly is the second spring of the year. A great time to explore colour pairings with…Read More
One of the most fundamental things in tailoring today, especially for those with a modern twist and lifestyle is to own a custom made jacket. One that is equally suitably paired with its bottom set or a different pair of trousers/jeans. This allows you to wear the piece in multiple ways and pair it with your many trouser option. Mainly…Read More
A style choice I’ve recently started embracing, and one I’m slowly getting accustomed to for both fit and purpose reasons is the t-shirt. As a part of a sartorial look, its purposed to dress up t-shirts or dress down suits In the past, I have shied away from this outfit setup as I was never comfortable and relaxed with a…Read More
I get a lot of queries from readers, friends and clients on assembling a summer suiting outfit. Especially those suitable for summer getaways to cooler countries, once the traditional British weather kicks in. Often, the conversation begins with understanding their sartorial needs whilst on holiday. To which most reply with – casual evening dinners or smart beach events etc. With…Read More
Summer is in full swing now and the scorching heat seems here to stay for a while. Style wise, I’d be lying if I say I am suited and booted all through this season. Some days, it is absolutely impossible to head out in a blazer no matter how light and breathable it gets so you just have to stick…Read More