Are you planning a business trip? Do you need a nice suit to wear, but aren’t sure what you need to avoid? Packing for a business trip is far from easy. Once you invest in quality luggage and purchase a travel flat iron, you need to start thinking about choosing a nice suit. With all of the different suit options on the market, choosing the right one will not be easy. While the decision on which suit to buy will ultimately hinge on your particular tastes, there are a number of things you will need to avoid when wearing the suit. Read below to find out about the most common suit mistakes and what you need to do to avoid them.
Always one to keep things personal, Ted believes every man deserves the chance to own a one-of-a-kind suit, tailored precisely to his own tastes. Using luxurious materials, Ted’s Custom Made experts will help create the perfect suit for you: pick the pockets, linger on lapels and create a truly personal piece that’s guaranteed to leave a lasting impression.
As many of you know, Neapolitan tailoring is famous for the shirt sleeves. But what is this - shirt sleeves? They are called shirt sleeves because these are the very wide sleeves with very high armhole. And what does this mean?
Forty master tailors are engaged in the Larusmiani tailor's workshop to make every garment in the collections by hand. The experience of decades of work carried out using only needle and thread combine with the modernity of Larusmiani style to create collections that respect old-established sartorial traditions while exalting the creativity of the designers.
The notion of romance has a unique significance for Edward Sexton. Not only is our approach to bespoke clothing influenced primarily by a genuine love for the tailor’s art, but Edward’s influences are distinctly romantic and nostalgic; the Sexton aesthetic is has its origins in the understated and masculine gentleman’s dress of the Art Deco era
The history of Zaremba Bespoke Tailors dates back to 1894 when Edward Zaremba opened his own atelier in the building of the Grand Theatre, Warsaw’s prime location. The company has been always providing luxury goods and its customers featured people from the headlines, diplomats, politicians, businessmen, musicians and actors. All items of suits and dinner jackets are individually patterned and crafted. Apparel by Zaremba is tailored not only to match your figure, but also to meet your objectives.
verything starts from the creativity of Pino, a flexible and versatile mind, capable of capturing from the smallest shades the inspiration for a new collection: the texture of a fabric, the nuance of a colour, the details of an accessory, a check design. The design of the jacket is the palette from which to develop the creative ideas: the slim and soft forms, the perfect fitting, the research and enhancing of details, the revers, the shoulders, the sleeves, are at the basis of the concept of a Tagliatore garment.
A well-made suit can be distinguished by the details. One of the features of a high quality custom suit are the 'Working cuffs' - the suit sleeve buttons that are functional and work.
When we say 'Neapolitan cut', we inevitably come to the most famous feature of the Neapolitan jacket - soft shoulder. This atlas, which holds on its shoulders, as the Italians say sullespalle, the secret of Italian male elegance, a great lightness achieved in a difficult way, the core of the concept of sprezzatura.
Contemplating the works of the flemish renaissance in a museum, wandering into a gallery exhibition modern photography, a foray into abstract art on a walk through town: time travelling between the centuries, meandering between the genres and schools of art, whilst still capturing the zeitgeist. ’In the moment’ is the idea of self-discovery behind capara’s Fall/Winter 2015-2016 collection. Inspired by the depth and complexity of the landscape painting by flemish renaissance artist Pieter Breugel the elder, on the one hand, and the modernity of the works of Katharina Grosse and the photographs by Viviane Sassen on the other, the collection really strikes a chord with the here and now.
If you are in front of the mirror in the fitting room and you can't decide if the suit fits you, here we present you 7 simple tricks, which will help you decide...
Men’s suits are one of the most important formal basic wear in any men’s wardrobe. Every man should have at least one suit. However, there are times when one needs to be officially attired like attending a formal occasion or a job interview which cannot be done without a proper suit. So it is important to know the basics in the making of a suit to make it look best on you.
You want to know everything about the men's suit? Well, here is the place, where we'll try to answer all your questions about it, before you even ask. We start now and we'll keep adding information to help you learn more about every detail of men's suit.
There are three main things, which distinguish the Neapolitan shoulder:
- lack of padding;
- pleated sleeve heads;
- spalla camicia ('shirt shoulder').
Ukraine-born knitwear designer Ekaterina Kukhareva, who launched her line in 2009 after graduating from Central Saint Martin's with BA in Textiles in London, presents her Fall-Winter 2014/2015 collection called Skazka (A Fairytale).
Producing unique knitted fabric, her label is known for its luxury hand-made trimmings.
A really good men's suit fits the body like a glove. With the help of the men's fashion brand Richmart we will help you to find it by providing some tips.
Because of the different structure of male body, suits can have at least 54 different silhouettes. When you add 11 sizes and 3 heights, the possible combinations are 1782. Due to that huge number, every company specializes in specific shapes, but always in all 11 sizes and 3 heights.
Today we'll take a look at some advices for the outfit which can help men to be appointed to the job of their dreams.
A proper look during a job interview is an important part of the employing process. Next tips may be of interest to those men in quest of a job - recent graduates, professionals seeking for a better job or promotion.
Elegance and serenity on the presentation of Valentino Spring-Summer 2014 collection on October 1, 2013, during the Paris Fashion Week.
'The collection is a journey amidst elements borrowed from imaginary ethnic groups,' stated the show notes at Valentino. 'Subtle almost imperceptible references are blended in a vertical silhouette with a sleek sense of regality.'
It combines the Italian aristocratic look with Balkan-style ethnic patterns.
The hottest men's suit fashion trend for Spring-Summer 2013 is the retro style of the 20s, known as 'Jazz Age'.
Gentlemen are elegant and stylish wearing a suit. They can create a classy and romantic outlook for themselves for every situation with one well-fitting suit.
So, let's see what are the offers from some of the world's best known fashion brands...
One of the fashion trends for Autumn-Winter 2011/2012 are clothes with contrast sleeves. The color of the sleeves can be soft and overflowing or bold and completely contrasting. The sleeves can also be made from a different fabric.
Contrast sleeves are popular not only for shirts and blouses, but also for dresses, jackets and coats. This fashion trend is introduced in the models of Burberry, Zara, CLU, Viktor & Rolf, Versace, Daphne.
The wheel of fashion turned and recreated one true “Renaissance winter” in the new collection for Fall/Winter 2010-2011 of fashion house “Jeni style”.
The designer, Evgenia Zhivkova, was inspired by the Renaissance and late 40’s and 50’s of last century. The outfits are designed for strong women, willing to look into the future and search for new opportunities and development. Evgenia Kalkandzieva is the face of the collection, which contains 55 outfits in 10 subjects.
The fashion collection Spring/Summer 2009 of Danini combines the dynamics of every day life with romance
This Spring fashion house DANINI wants to underline the individuality in every woman. The main trends are the striking fabrics, simple silhouettes, volume forms, tender colours and contrast details.
This season is dominated by the colours of mother-of-pearl, the warm light colours - light gray and green, as well as marine and floral motives. The fabrics of Spring/Summer 2009 are linen with striking backing, cotton satin, silk chiffon, cotton-viscose and taffeta. The prints are stripes, stamps of flowers and leopard motives. The silhouette is taken in at the waist, underlining the waist. Some of the models have volume in skirts and sleeves.