The Japanese take their word for a suit, “sabburu”, from its name. Savile Row has come to be regarded as the epicentre of world-class tailoring. Other places can cut a…
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We all want to be individuals, don’t we? A signature style is one of the clearest expressions of that.
Here’s your opportunity to stand out from the sweaty, grey flannelled flock.
Put some 21st century spark into your two-piece.
Meet your perfect formal wear rotation, which will carry you from office through to the weekend and every occasion in between.
There is something ineffably cool about the safari jacket, even if it’s on a more urban safari.
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The new suit isn’t something your grandfather would readily understand. But it is something he might well have wanted to wear.
It’s a negligence in dress, albeit a studied one. It’s being effortlessly nonchalant, as though you really don’t care about your clothes at all.
Formalwear may be more open to interpretation these days, but rules is still rules, and respect – for other people, for the conventions of the situation – is respect.
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Did we mention that you should never wear three-quarter length trousers? Like, never. Never-ever-ever.
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If ever something in the male wardrobe was mis-named it’s the loafer. It is, after all, the hardest working shoe around.