Weddings are an excellent opportunity to up your style game, especially if suits aren’t a common item in your everyday wardrobe. Even if you do wear suits regularly, weddings allow you to get more creative with colors and accessories. However, weddings can also be a bit tricky. You’ll have to abide by the rules if the bride and groom if they have a specific dress code or wedding theme that they would like everyone to stick to. And you certainly don’t want to upstage the man of the hour. So, how do you create the ideal balance of dapper but appropriate? We are here to help you find the perfect wedding guest suit for any type of wedding.
Fact: Europeans have an amazing sense of style. It’s a globally recognized fact that the Italians, French and English know their style and have, arguably, the most fashionable sense of style of all cultures. In any form of design, whether fashion, cars, furniture or of course, art, there’s a certain flair that’s innate with Europeans, that has been honed and passed down over many centuries. This seems to particularly apply when considering the effortlessly chic French style, the bold and opulent Italian fashion, and the sleek and refined English glamour. It’s almost as if being well-dressed is a genetic trait and that the sense of style is a sixth sense. Of course, many other cultures have their own distinct aesthetic and influential fashions, but there’s a reason why London, Milan and Paris are considered to be the world’s fashion capitals.
You receive an invitation to a formal event. You see on the invite is says ‘Black Tie’ and all the questions begin running through your mind. Do I need to buy a new suit? How do I wear my hair? What will everyone else be wearing? What does Black Tie actually mean? It is perfectly normal to react this way, especially if you have never been to a Black Tie event before. We are here to put your mind at rest. Keep reading to find out exactly what Black Tie is and what you should be wearing when you get invited to such a lavish occasion.
He’s played Robb Stark, Prince Charming, a Medici, a world famous DJ, as well as the Bodyguard. There’s no doubt that Richard Madden is not only one of today’s most prominent leading men, he’s also incredibly versatile. Who knows what role he’ll take on next? While that may be difficult to predict, one thing is certain. As his presence on both the big and small screens rapidly rises, so is his red carpet profile. The leading man is also fast becoming a style star and among the best dressed men on red carpets around the world.
In the wise words of Oscar Wilde, “A well-tied tie is the first serious step in life.” Among the list of skills that every man should know, how to properly tie a necktie is somewhere at the top. While there are many styles and ways to tie a necktie, mastering at least one technique is a skill that will serve a man well throughout his life.
The life of a spy is dangerous and unpredictable, but one constant always remains: a killer uniform paired with a confident demeanor. From James Bond to Eli Cohen in the new Netflix series ‘The Spy’, these spies can be instantly recognized by their crisp suits. Even if your job doesn’t involve going undercover to save your country, you can still easily mimic a spy’s coolness by copying the look.