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What to Wear at the Races

It’s that time of year when thoughts turn to the horse racing season and what to wear for those occasions when you will probably paying more attention to…

Why Its Politically Important To Be A Sharp Dresser

Nobody ever got criticised for being a sharp dresser which is why it is always useful to know how important it is to pay attention to your appearance, particularly…

How To Pick The Right Kind Of Corporate Socks

While corporate socks were once something of an afterthought, they have been thrust into the limelight in recent years with all sorts of bright colour combinations. Dragons’ Den…

How Trousers Should Fit

Trousers are the unsung heroes of the suit, get the fit right and you will look and feel great. They act as an anchor for the suit as a whole…

How To Be Individual At A Black Tie Event

There is no doubt that anyone who puts on a traditional tuxedo will look smart the downside is having to blend in with everyone else at a black…

Tips On Keeping Yourself Warm And Stylish This Autumn

The leaves may have turned brown and the days shorter but this doesn’t mean it’s time to simply wear a good coat and forget about being well-dressed. You…

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5 Reasons You Should Invest In A Tailored Suit

Let’s get one thing straight: investing in a tailored Philip Alexander suit is always better. Here are a few reasons why:  1. You Will Save Time Off the rack…

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How To Transform A Dull Wardrobe This Autumn

The real autumn weather has been a long time coming this year which means you may have been putting off getting out last year’s woolly jumpers and coats. So as…

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What Suit Colour Should You Choose?

It’s getting to the time of year when you will be starting to think about suits for various events such as annual balls, Christmas parties, New Year celebrations…

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Autumn and Winter Formal Trends 2016

While the weather would have us think that summer is still with us, it is now October (even if it doesn’t feel like it) and it’s time to think about autumn and…