It’s officially fall and winter will be upon us before we know it. Whether you prefer hot summer days or cold winter nights, there are ways to stay both fashionable and comfortable regardless of the often unpredictable weather outside. With the temperatures quickly dropping, it’s now time to keep your linen suits and cotton shirts and make room for your knitted jumpers, wool blazers, long coats and puffer jackets.
It’s hard to find someone who doesn’t love a good period drama, regardless of whether it’s more romance or action in genre. One of the best things about them, aside from dramatic and exciting storylines, has to be the exceptional wardrobe the characters wear. The crime drama Peaky Blinders is no exception.
It’s that time of the year again when the days are getting shorter, the nights are getting colder and pumpkin spice is in the air. Before we know it, winter will be upon us. As we transition to the new season and switch our summer wardrobe for fall/winter wear, stay both warm and stylish with a chic overcoat.
Collars are essentially the most prominent feature on every dress shirt and naturally the next glance-stop after the face. Sometimes, it's the first if you manage to bring your A-collar game to the event. A suitable collar style should inspire confidence, ooze class, and be a great fit. And quite contrary to held belief-a collar design doesn't necessarily have to go with the shape of a person's face.
It’s easy to stick to the tried and true. A plain, solid colored suit is practically a no-brainer. You can almost never go wrong with it. As long as it fits impeccably, you’re all set. But where’s the fun in that? Whether you wear a suit every day for work and formal occasions or just once in a while for special events, why not try something with a little more character? A pinstripe suit is a stylish way to stand out from the crowd without looking like you tried too hard.
The new collection is inspired by the classic elegance of the old towns. Neoclassical buildings standing around the cities reminds of the tradition of tailoring coexisting with the new shapes and trends of today. This idea leads to new designs in which the past and the present converge in the style concept of today.