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As I was saying, such a pair of loafers has to be worn properly. The best match you could find would be a tuxedo (AE) or dinner jacket (BE). The tuxedo is derived from the smoking jacket which cigar smokers used to wear in the 1850s. Later, it has been enhanced for Edward IV, Prince… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
When travels are failing, TV shows broaden the mind. Especially those from the 1980′s improved mine. Miami Vice is to be considered like some show you don’t watch for the script but only because it is aesthetically pleasing (and to learn how to chat girls up). What if we were transposing Miami Vice in Paris… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
I’ve just entered Gieves and Hawkes when James and Nigel welcomed me in the purple lobby of the shop. The brand new refurbished shop (I could say museum and shining place) of Gieves and Hawkes take place on N°1 Savile Row and in the old English National Geographic Society’s building. The decorators made an excellent… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Some of you might have serious doubts about buying some ready to wear suits. Don’t worry guys, this one’s from Our Legacy and the Swedish brand is a sure bet. It seems that we have some very light fabric here (51% cotton blend, 49% linen), which is ideal for spring-summer’s formal and festal activities. The… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Th suit vest from Volcom’s corpo class collection features vertical stripe lining, 3-button front, chest pocket, adjustable buckle on back for a snug fit. Sale price: €25.95 (Was €38.51) from PacSunno validationand1 comment for this article.
Vivienne Westwood navy two piece suit, single breasted with single button fastening, high notched collar, flap over hip pockets and single button cuffs. The trousers are a straight leg with single top button, slit back pocket and unfinished hems. This suit fits true to size. Sale: €554 (Was €694) from Milan Clothingno validationandno comment yet for this article.
A fab navy tailored suit by English eccentric Paul Smith – this style is single breasted (and closes with a single button) slim silhouette, with tiny white dot print, curved and notched lapels and luxurious gold lining. Trousers to match. 100% Wool. Sale price : £378 (Was £948) from Matchesno validationandno comment yet for this article.