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Thursday, April 25, 2013

How to Suit Your Shape

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Shelly here is about five feet four and, well, not exactly runway skinny. But even without hitting the gym, he looks like a new man by choosing the right suit. Anyone who's short or a bit heavyset should take notes.
An overly roomy suit—even a pricey one like this—makes you look sloppy.
Avoid long suit jackets. They actually make your legs look shorter.
Excess fabric, especially below the knee, adds pounds.

Be honest with yourself. Admit you're short and buy short-length suits.
Wear a pocket square. It brings the focus to your chest, not your belly.
A lower button stance creates long lines, essentially stretching you out.
Show some cuff to lengthen the look of your arms.
• A pant leg with very little break will help you look taller.
Big man, solid shoe. Choose shoes that have a substantial sole. You need something to anchor your weight.


Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Men’s Wearhouse

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Our experience at Men’s Wearhouse wasn’t much different from our first visit to the store.  Out of the hundreds of suits they have in stock, the sales rep only found one that fit me well right off the shelf.  That suit was a Calvin Klein Extreme Slim Fit ($650), and the name makes it sound like I’m some malnourished child.  In reality, I’m tall with a slimmer build, and that cut isn’t common among the boxier cut suits Men’s Wearhouse sells.
When I asked about wedding rentals the associate said they only do tuxedo rentals (no suits).  He also pointed out that renting might be a tough way to go, especially because of how slim I like my suits.  Rentals can’t be altered much if at all, and that dramatically limits how well a potential wedding outfit will fit.  If I were serious about buying a suit during their popular buy one get one free sale, the Calvin Klein Extreme Slim Fit (paired with another similarly priced suit) would cost $325 before alterations.  Seems pricey for a suit that didn’t fit nearly as well as I had hoped.

Monday, April 22, 2013

The Choice Of Custom Suits Fabric

Follows naturally also involves the choice of custom suits fabric, variety of fabrics great style, so how do we choose?If a game is good or bad and use degrees of tissue are inseparable, everyone knows that the possible content of natural wool fabrics, one does not mean that this is the best suit in pure wool, c ' is an understanding of pure wool suit Evil is definitely special, and very easy to play the ball, but the blows they wear, but also face the problem of mold and ringworm. Wash wheat adapt labeling ingredients. Red grid is to say something about how to count to choose fabrics and suit high quality fabrics.A. Fine wool fabric imitation100% pure virgin wool, but certainly all the wool that some manufacturers and all the pilling polyester wool added inside cover not their fault, it is easy to bend, are the finest fabrics, like many clothing manufacturers production of clothing spring and summer. But these drawbacks fabric is easy to play ball, easy to use, mold infestation.B. Wool 100% pure wool fabric type dress fabric wool broad sense is very good, a great advantage for the version of the type of clothing, so that many traders use this type of fabric to fall and equipment Winter, also part of the structure of fine property, network network remains a dark gray plaid suit men is to use these tissues produce an autumn and winter men's suits, regardless of the hardware or production are very good.C. Mixtures of wool and clothes polyester fabric is such a way of mapping the surface of the most common fabric a little brighter sun, easy to fold material asset is released directly after the return is a combination with the compound the most common type of fabric made from very docile application is not easy to bend, and a cloth.D, cotton wool and viscose blended fabric or low light level, the fabric is very soft, content, scope not before breaking several good cheap price parity, more suitable for casual gaming casual and simple, they are all websites midrange.E. viscose mixed on imitation polyester fabric is a man suit mid-range, it is easy to fold, the strong sense, the problem is not hot, often used in many brands of sportswear and clothing recreation.F. woolen pure chemical fiber fabrics These are of low quality, basically not recommended to use this fabric is not shiny fabric tight, water suddenly becomes heavy rigid

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

How Long Should My Suit Jacket Sleeves Be?

Q: How long should my suit jacket sleeves be? And how much shirt cuff should I be showing? I’ve asked around and heard everything from no cuff showing to 1 inch of cuff showing.   

A: Your suit jacket / blazer sleeve should end right above the top of your wrist bone (or the hinge of your wrist). However, in order to show the proper amount of shirt cuff based on the correct jacket sleeve length, your shirt sleeve length must obviously fit correctly; a properly fitting shirt sleeve should end at the base of your hand. Once these two are properly fitted, you’ll notice that naturally some shirt sleeve cuff will show. The general rule of thumb is that you want to show 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch of shirt cuff, so feel free to adjust your garments to achieve your desired look.
Why is a “minor” detail like this so important? Showing no sleeve may have the visual effect of making your jacket sleeves look sloppily too long on you while showing too much cuff may have the visual effect your jacket sleeves are comically too short on you – both will betray the powerful effect of the superb fit you’re going for. A proper relationship between jacket sleeve length and shirt sleeve length suggests a man who is in control of his appearance and knows that a pleasing aesthetic is comprised of these “minor” details.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Evolution of the Bond Suit

If you haven’t noticed by now, we love Bond. And really, who doesn’t? From his impossibly cool and cavalier swagger to his regular involvement with gorgeous women, guys (and girls) can always bond over some Bond. One of our favorite characteristics of this uber spy is his prowess with his wardrobe. 007 has an enviable collection of impeccably tailored suits and one-of-a-kind accessories and gadgets. He’s got killer style and it’d be tough to find a situation where the words don’t fit. Simply put, James Bond is the absolute archetype of a well-dressed man.
With the recent release of the 23rd Bond movie, Skyfall, we’ve seen a lot of changes to the Bond character and franchise, including a more human Bond haunted by ghosts of missions past, a Q who’s younger than our current intern and some modern updates to Bond’s classic style. And while we won’t go into the “who’s the best Bond” debate here (you’ve voted on your favorites earlier), we’ll give you a more sartorial take on the progression of Bond. To do this, we chose our two favorite Bonds –  the modern Daniel Craig and the original Sean Connery – and broke down our favorite look of each. It’s Bond vs. Bond and we pull no punches in calling this marquee match-up.
Voted the favorite Bond of all time by Black Lapel readers, Sean Connery is often seen as the iconic Bond when it comes to his style. One of his most famous looks is pictured above. Dubbed the “Goldfinger suit”, this gray checked (very subtle checks) three-piece has become one of the most renown suits of the Bond franchise. The fit is roomier than the slim, modern cut of Daniel Craig’s Bond, but certainly not at any expense of class. As you can see, the original Bond kept it simple when it came to colors, wearing his suit with a solid white shirt (with French Cuffs), solid black silk knit tie and solid white pocket square. Here’s how you can replicate this dapper ensemble.

The Sean Connery Gray Suit (from Goldfinger)
  1. Solid Cool Gray Three-piece Suit (pictured above with 2 buttons, slim lapels, and a ticket pocket) or the new Gray Glen Check suit (coming soon!)
  2. Solid White Shirt with spread collar and rounded French cuffs
  3. Solid Black Silk Knit Tie
  4. Solid White Pocket Square
  5. Crockett & Jones Solid Black Oxfords
  6. Grappling Gun (Disclaimer: Black Lapel is not responsible for any well-dressed men who decide to rappel down commercial buildings)
  7. Homing Device (just in case the everyday Bond in you forgets where you parked your car, where you left your keys or where your child went)
  8. Aston Martin DB5 (yes, we would all like to have one of these)

His ego may be bruised and he may be a step or two slower than his card hustling days, but his style is clearly undiminished. Daniel Craig wears a flawlessly tailored charcoal blue suit in Skyfall, pictured above. This slim suit is well tailored to flatter the modern Bond’s more athletic physique. Craig wears this suit with a solid light blue shirt and finishes it off with a slim, solid navy tie (worn with a classic four-in-hand knot) and a simple straight-folded, solid light blue pocket square. The simplicity of the outfit represents the classic timelessness that Bond is known for, while the sharp, clean and slimmer details of the look signify a new, resurrected Bond.

The Daniel Craig Charcoal Blue Suit (Skyfall)
  1. Charcoal Blue Suit (coming soon!)
  2. Solid Light Blue Shirt (Bond wears a tab collar, which is available upon special request)
  3. Slim Solid Royal Blue Tie (four-in-hand knot)
  4. Light Blue Twill Pocket Square (straight fold)
  5. Black Oxfords
  6. Biometric-keyed Walther PPK (or just a Walther PPK for those of us without our own Q)
  7. Sony Xperia Android w/ Tracking App 
  8. Aston Martin DB5 (of course)
So whether you’re a Bond traditionalist or Bond modernist, you can’t go wrong if you take some style hints from 007 himself. The best part about all of Bond’s outfits is that they are simple and timeless, consisting of basic colors and simple accessories. Your closet probably already contains most of what you need to dress like 007. What really makes Bond look so good is that his clothes fit properly and are worn with the utmost confidence. Bond always wears his clothes – his clothes never wear him. It’s time for you to do the same!

Monday, April 15, 2013

An Introduction to Suit

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When you think of quality costume, these are the first things that come to mind? How did it look murderer (adjustment) is obviously number one. How does it feel good (quality of fabric) is another highlight. But what about construction? Unlike the shape and quality of the material, do not care about building a man suit. But lucky for you, we care because when it comes to determining the quality of a suit, construction plays an important role.
In this post, we will discuss the different types of jacket construction, namely fused vs considered and why you should care. Yes, we got real in this technique together. And before you stop reading because I think this article is of interest to meet addicts who spend their Saturday nights to brush costumes while listening to opera music, we give two simple reasons why you should take carefully to understand the survey:

Suit jackets covered toured best (and therefore make you look even more deadly).
Jackets toured last longer (so you can see more lethal long).
Do we have your attention now? Begin.
Manual on "Perspectives"
First, what it means for a costume to be "considered"? The term refers to a building surveyed a suit jacket (no jeans). A suit jacket looked exploration layers of materials (canvas), generally made of wool and horse hair (sometimes camel), located between the outer fabric and the lining of a suit jacket. Although this painting is hidden from view on the outside, which plays an important role in maintaining the balance, structure and form of the combination. It is a matter of form - the form of a combination of your body. And as you wear a suit examined over time, the fabric itself begins to fit the shape of your body, making it a better choice and use it. So in its current list of "things that age well," since "quality costume looked" just below the red wine and whiskey.
Examined jacket 1: Full Suit Jackets-called
If you forums and blogs frequently menswear, this term will be thrown quite often ... and for good reason. A well constructed jacket asked means the best of the best when it comes to the quality of construction. So what is? Consideration entire chamber is one which is made of canvas with a fabric covering the entire inside of the front and back of the jacket. As structural interlayer, the fabric is stitched onto the fabric hand loosely (ie, a "floating" material), so that the garment can move with you. The result is a suit that covers more naturally fits the body and looks much better, especially when moving ... like a boss. Complete polled jackets are what takes more work and time, require a level of skill to do, and therefore tend to be more expensive. In consideration of the premium paid, you get a suit that is not only molds to you, but last longer.

According to your body and fits better with time. Modern knight's armor.
Give your body the jacket more fluidity and support. Good for business and b-boys alike!
No delamination or bubbling. Lama of it? Yes, nothing like that.

More expensive to manufacture = more expensive to buy. You may have to stay in a couple of Saturday nights to save.
Prospecting-jacket: Jacket fondue
You know that cheap custom made suit the enormous chain or department store is one step away from finding a new home in the Hi Army? Yes, it feels a bit like the thickness of office paper, but the setbacks that look like they are on Viagra? Likely this is a fusion jacket. Unlike overwrap layers which prospecting probed housing sewn wool, a molten jacket has an interlining is attached to the hull of the combination of the wool - both at the front and mishaps. The combination gives the jacket a jacket, but do not conform to users, so it may not be correct, natural cover jackets approached.
So why does it exist? Somewhere along the way mass production became the name of the game suits manufacturers began using this construction method to increase production capacity and reduce costs - not only construction quick, requiring no specialized labor. Fulfills its role in the mass market. But you're not my old mass market, so be careful! Despite improvements in fusion technology has made it rarer, jackets combined evil can spread (delamination) in time - what happens when the tissue stresses suit interlining, the air enters the inside and there are literally in their jacket patches resemble bubbles wrinkles. Take a dry cleaning melted jacket can also act as a catalyst for the formation of bubbles.

Sunday, April 14, 2013

J.Crew has the answers

Well, at least I hope they do. Over the past couple of years, we have seen J.Crew grow into a major menswear company. I’ll put it out there now; I truly believe that they are at the fore-front of this so-called “movement” we are currently experiencing (you kn0w, men actually caring about the clothes they wear). Unfortunately, most gents in this industry tend to give J.Crew a bunch of crap about “selling out and/or being too mainstream”. Newsflash, most men do not want to spend any money on clothes. Sure, they’ll spend tons of their hard earned pennies buying shots for ladies at any bar, but men in the states are not programmed to go shopping (SHOCKING). I have a hard time convincing my friends to spend $100 on denim (which in my mind, for a really good pair,  is cheap).
Enter the mind of Frank Muytjens, head of J.Crew Men. First off, he’s a genius. No, I am not sucking up or looking for any kind of freebie here. The man, who once designed for Polo (an in turn fell in love with Americana Menswear) took over in 2008. Since then, he’s been collaborating with many of the top iconic menswear names. “J.Crew in Good Company” is Frank’s brainchild; Alden, Barbour, Billy Reid, Drakes London, and countless others have all been a part of what Frank continues to build. His attention to detail is some-what on the OCD level (not that it’s a bad thing). Slim fits, closer to the body shirting, and of course, making sure the garments compliment each other. You can honestly build a solid wardrobe each season from individual pieces. Oh, and the best part about it all; it’s affordable! Honestly, men don’t want others to know they “care” about dressing well. Hell, most men don’t give a damn about what clothes they wear. But, there’s a movement, as I have previously mentioned, that is happening across the states. Call it the resurgence of Americana (or whatever you’d like to call it). Maybe the menswear dudes are getting upset because other guys are starting to dress like they do? Don’t be stubborn, gents. Embrace the movement.


Friday, April 12, 2013

What You Need To Know

  • What You Need To Know
  • In the '90s, Maxwell helped bring the neo-soul subgenre into the mainstream.
  • His signature wild hair and bohemian Afrocentric look changed the way male R&B singers dressed.
  • The singer recently reinvented his image, opting for a classic style that includes custom suits.

Why He's A Style Icon

Maxwell burst onto the music scene in the '90s with his smooth vocals and swagger. He, along with artists like Erykah Badu and Jill Scott, helped make neo soul a legit subgenre of R&B. With countless No. 1 hits and multi-platinum singles, the singer became a favorite, and his music was considered to be the ultimate in slow jams.

But then the singer went on hiatus, and fans didn’t think that they would see him again, until 2009, when he reappeared with a new album BLACKsummers’night, his first in eight years. And it was a major success, becoming Maxwell’s second album to debut at No.1 on the Billboard Top 100. The album also garnered him 10 nominations for 2010’s Grammy Awards.

Not many people can say that they’ve been a style icon twice, but Maxwell can. In the '90s, the singer’s style was bohemian and Afrocentric -- in direct correlation with his sound. Tie-dye dashikis, mixed-textile tunics and loose-hanging slacks made up this singer’s style regimen. And when he made his big comeback, fans were expecting the same. His sound was still unmistakable, but this time around, the singer embraced European suiting and tailoring for every appearance and performance, a la Don Draper and Roger Sterling. Vintage hats, custom shirting and slim-leg bottoms make up Maxwell’s new style rubric. The biggest surprise is the clean grooming and cut hair. Maxwell’s once defiant and political styling has been replaced by classic, clean style statements -- which suits his music just fine.

Dress The Maxwell Way

Maxwell’s classic style can be easily emulated. The singer relies on accessories that don’t necessarily include men's jewelry. Rather, classic shoes with an edgy element (like these Hugo Boss shoes), vintage hats or custom ties are the way to go. Maxwell loves flashy fashion, but he has adopted a less-is-more policy when it comes to shine. Single pieces can sometimes be all the embellishment that is needed. For separates, look to slim-leg slacks, cardigans and light blazers. Collars on shirts can be unbuttoned for a casual spring look.

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Keep Your Ties Looking Best

Nothing brings a dashing outfit together quite like a clean, wrinkle free tie; but no ensemble will ever shine with a worn, tatty rag knotted around your oesophagus. Ties are delicate accessories and need the best of care to keep them looking tip-top.
Use the following tips to ensure your next smart outfit is a winner thanks to a sharp, crisp necktie:

Always Unknot

Once the day is through you should always remove your necktie with care. The temptation is to tug and pull the slipknot apart; this places undue stress on the delicate fabric. Instead, perform the regular tying moves but in reverse – that way you don’t have to worry about distorting your finest silk.

Cleaning Essentials

As with other smart outfit fundamentals, the dry cleaner is the best place to get your ties laundered. A good cleaning shop will use a delicate touch, so it’s worthwhile using a ‘not-so-loved’ necktie if testing the waters at a new Laundromat.
Should you find yourself the victim of a plate of bolognaise sauce or a glass of red wine, always blot away the excess – never rub – this’ll only spread the stain making the situation worse.

Ditch the tags, bars and clips

Whatever accoutrement you favour, consider removing it when its not entirely necessary. Each item will place an undue stress on the cloth, warping and distorting the fabric. While an occasional tie clip is fine, try to avoid using on a regular basis.

Storage is key

Rolling and scrunching will see your ties off faster than anything! The fragile fibres require extra special attention. Ideally, you’d want to invest in a tie rack as soon as possible. Failing this, carefully drape your ties over a coat hanger with a cylindrical bar in the middle to prevent any misshapening.
TOP TIP: When travelling, gently fold your ties and place inside clean dress shoes; this way they won’t get crushed and malformed in your luggage.

Say goodbye when its time

Perhaps the best way to keep your ties looking their utmost is to rid yourself of the old ones. Remove them from your collection when the points become soft and rounded or the fabric begins to pull rather than glide over itself.
Don’t mourn the loss – ties are one of the most reasonably priced accessories, so instead celebrate by purchasing two; remember, you can never have enough neckties!

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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Guest Post: Step-by-step Guide to Preparing for a Date

No time limit client before Christmas. Today, Tara West has provided an article pretty fantastic way to compose yourself ready for a date, if you want to make a good impression with your potential partner, follow these tips to ensure that you are not more to success:
So the day has arrived and it is time to prepare for the important date. You may have been out of the game for a while or is to open the market, how do you prepare? Nerves are to be expected and to be honest, this is a good thing, because you can bet your life, it goes through the same thing.
Enough talk, here is a step by step guide to make sure you prepare for that perfect rendezvous:The night before ...
Do not underestimate the need for a good night sleep before the day of the night. You can not go around the sauce if you want to make a good impression with your date, you need to be bright-eyed and bushy-tailed.Be prepared
It is nothing more than a diversion to the woman who is not properly prepared before the particular time. Keep it simple, if you're on the run - shave, shower and toilet water. Do not be afraid to do a little metrosexual either, and remove the clamps if there are stray hairs everywhere. It can make the difference between another date and an early night.Gifts
Do you roses on your door when you get up? You choose one of the many Hallmark cards on a second date, or is it the time of year when Valentines impress the woman of your dreams?
Again, try to keep things simple and never with a round head rose very early in the relationship, stick to roses or something.What to wear
Be a man, dressed like a man and do it in a way that means it must be taken seriously.
Let's be honest, the physical attraction business - 90% of your body can be covered by clothing so that you can build functions using the right clothes and looking sharp. By dressing well, find the conversation becomes easier because your mood will be lighter and give a good time to prepare and use appropriate clothing is entrusted start the evening and you want to go.
Finally, when it comes to dressing high given the opportunity. Make sure you know if you are dressing up for something, or if you have to be on the dinner dress.Synchronization
As we all know, time is important. Being on time is the best way to make a positive impression on a date for the night, and shows that you made an effort for her.
Always remember that your hair should be cut, but the male colony be underestimated and nails should be impeccable! Finally, do not be too pushy with his girlfriend, putting them both out of their comfort zone with a trip to the theater when a picnic in the park to do is not a good start!

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

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Monday, April 8, 2013

Black Satin Suit For Wedding

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Superior fabric ,this type wedding suit never goes out of style.a range of custom details are available for this suit,such as Bemberg lining hand stitching ,functional buttons.Half-canvas construction makes this tailored fit suit durable.

Sunday, April 7, 2013

Bold White Striped Suit for Men

 Suit for Men

Its design definitely can make you look like a millionaire.A ticket pocket on the right side is widely chosen by our customers,half canvas construction make it more durable and comfortable to wear.Great fit we crafted you won`t get from the off the rack suit.


Saturday, April 6, 2013

Gray Herringbone Tailored Suit

Gray Herringbone Custom Tailored Suit


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Custom tailored in accordance with your measurements and requirements.just for you. no two alike.This gray herringbone is essential for men for the everyday work as well as the casual wear and can pair with most of the shirts and ties.


Friday, April 5, 2013

High Street Fashion Trends for Summer 2013

 Today I thought we’d take a look at the trends that are going to shape our high street over the next few months in the world of men’s fashion. So, let’s start off with my first choice…

The ‘Simple’Men Suits

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While basic suit combos have never really left us, there seems to be a new emphasis on the ‘staple’ look. A plain, dark ensemble with skinny tie may not be everyone’s signature piece, but it’s certainly a good place to start; let your accessories do the talking.

Knee-length Denim Shorts

If last summer was about a fifties revival effort, this year it’s all about denim in the world of shorts. We’re still plunged neck-deep in a recession and a hard-wearing pair of everyday shorts will certainly provide excellent value for money. Go for a good fit in a neutral tone – there’s no use plumping for stonewashed fuchsia because you’ll have nothing to wear with it: keep it simple and you’ll have a whole summer’s worth of great, effortless combos to look forward to.
Pallid tones

It seems that grey/gray refuses to denounce its role as ‘the new black’. However, fashion houses have kept the fashion mill turning by adding a slight color twist into the mix. Expect to see far more in the way of eggshell, ecru, mushroom, oatmeal and other pasty tones over the next six months or so.

Basic Hoodies

Oh hooded sweatshirt, welcome back! Over the past decade they’ve really grown a bad reputation, and the last two or three years have seen a real decline in their status. Now they’re returning minus the nu-rave prints, over-elaborate embroidery and garish brand names. As the summer nights grow cold you can once again grab your hoodie without fearing the fashionista glare.

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

How Much Do You Know About Custom Suits?

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Men Suits:  How Much Do You Know About Custom Suits? this is the first article I resubmitted in this blog from partners in the cyber world.  According to sex and age of the wearer, the suit can ided into men suits, women suits and boy suit three categories.
Classification by wearing occasions
Wearing occasions, the suit can be divided into two kinds of dress and casual wear. The dress fabric is wool, black, the lower part of the body to be equipped with black shoes, black socks, white shirt, black bow tie. Casual divided into casual and formal wear. Are people usually wear dress. Suits generally dark color, wool (including 70%), hair on the lower part of the body must be the same color, the same material, good workmanship.

Monday, April 1, 2013

Solid Light Blue Custom Shirt For Men

Shirt For Men

Made of 100%cotton ,durable and comfortable .It features french cuff and white collar. Proper for social parties.this type shirt absolutely can make a good impression furthermore.it is custom tailored which gives a perfect fit.