We love sharing advise and recommendations on clothes, shoes and accessories and whatever else that can help you look and feel your best at all times. In this post, we want to share 3 interesting pins from Pinterest that will amuse you but at the same time will hopefully give you some dos and don’ts of personal image and style. 1. On shaving: Tips for a perfect shave. And if you are sporting a beard, this is an article you should not miss. 2. On facial hair: Is your moustache and beard look suitable for your workplace? Check it out here: 3. On perfumes: A friend once said, ‘They may not remember your name but they will always remember how you smell’. Think its time to enhance your appeal in more than one sense? Click through from the image to learn about perfume for men. Enjoy and remember grooming matters :). For more ideas on how to create effective looks, follow us on Pinterest.
Men’s style Tag
Business dressing for men is pretty straight forward, as most believe. Its all about a formal shirt, dress pants, a belt and formal shoes. While this is basically correct, there are however certain other subtle details that can project your image as a professional who is sharp and alert or sloppy and laid back. Here are common faux pas that you can avoid: 1. Suits, shirts or ties in polyester: Usually price is the factor why one would choose polyester over wool, cotton or silk. However, its best to choose quality over quantity, if you can. Its better to buy one trouser in wool or cotton blend than 3 polyester trousers. As for polyester ties, some may look good and but the downside includes difficulty to wash out stains and smells, knots that don’t hold well and the care needed when ironing. 2. Short sleeves shirt: Wearing it with a tie does not make it any better ( actually you never should). Business wear means shirts with long sleeves. If weather is your concern, then roll up your sleeves till just below your elbow. 3. Bulging pockets: While it just might be convenient and practical to stuff all of your keys, mobile phones and wallet into the pockets,…
Immaculate style of Patrick Grant, fashion designer and creative director of bespoke tailors Norton & Sons in Saville Row.