Category: Dressing Guidelines (page 2 of 9)

Gentlemen’s Guide to Wedding Attire

So, you were invited to a wedding and you’re not sure what to wear. The type of wedding you’re attending makes all the difference when deciding what to wear. What is appropriate for a black tie wedding may not be appropriate for a formal beach wedding.

Don’t fret; we’ve got you covered on the dos and don’ts when it comes to finding the proper attire. With the help of fashion and wedding experts we were able to put the following guidelines for guest attire, to make sure you look your best.

We can also recommend the luxury wedding directory The Ebury Collection, in which we’re featured!

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Special thanks to:

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Style 4.0: How to Dress for Graduation Season

Whether you’re a graduate or you find yourself at a graduation ceremony or celebration this summer, don’t let your fashion sense be the road less traveled. For those who need some extra credit in style, let our Summer Collection perk up your grad fashion game.

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For the Graduate

First, congratulations! Graduation is a milestone and one of the highlights of your life, so you should look the part. Unfortunately, your graduation gown typically has as much shape and style as an oversized potato sack. However, you can look good under your gown and let your style peek out. Try a pop of color with a dress shirt in a bright… Continue>>

Top Summer Colors and How to Wear Them

Today we’re going to touch on some of the top colors on trend for Summer 2015 and provide you with some ideas on how to pair them.

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Yellow is one of our favorite Summer colors, and is especially versatile in that it can be played up or down depending upon what it’s paired with. As you begin to transition your wardrobe, you may certainly choose to incorporate more bright colors into your outfits. Depending upon your personal preference, you can find yellow dress shirts in shades ranging from understated to bold. Try pairing yellow with blue, purple, white, or grey. Just remember, if you’ve chosen a bright shade of yellow as your highlight, tone it down with… Continue>>

Dress Shirt Hacks Part 3

It’s important to keep up your appearance when traveling for work. Unexpected wardrobe malfunctions happen to us all, especially when we are in the middle of something important. How do you stay looking well groomed and professional when you notice a wrinkle, stain or separated seam? We’ve got you covered!

We reached out to some of the top bloggers in the online fashion community and asked them to share their advice about dealing with calamities involving professional attire. Grant Harris from Image Granted has some proven tips and tricks to fix wardrobe malfunctions.

 

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Dress Shirt Hacks Part 2

Sometimes we aren’t so lucky. Ever have a very important business dinner or meeting and you’re caught off guard by unexpected wardrobe malfunctions? Whether it’s a missing button, coffee stain, or ink stain we have the quick tips to save you from these unexpected moments.

We reached out to some of the top bloggers in the online fashion community and asked them to share their advice about dealing with calamities involving professional attire. Take a deep breath, we’ve got you covered with tricks from celebrity stylist Corey Roché at Vizionz by Corey Samuel.

 

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All About Men’s Ties

Tie PhotoAn essential part of any well-dressed man’s wardrobe, the necktie unites all the elements of your outfit. Instantly raising the level of dressiness, it is also the way in which individuality is expressed within the context of a business wardrobe.

Fabric & Weaving:
Silk is the fabric of choice for most neckwear. It is generally manufactured in one of two ways.

Woven ties utilize pre-dyed silk threads, weaving the different colored threads together to create a pattern. Typically they are a bit thicker and heavier than printed ties.

Print ties are woven before the silk is dyed. The undyed silk is sometimes woven with a simple texture which is referred to as a jacquard or twill… Continue>>

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