You’ve heard it before: Black goes with everything.
We spend hours in department stores, searching for the next and newest fashions. We feel like we need them—and yet we return to wearing the same timeless staples in the weeks that follow.
In the single best episode of The Simpsons, Hank Scorpio—billionaire CEO and global supervillain—brags to his new employee Homer that he was the very first rich guy in America to wear a sport coat with jeans.
The formal cousin to the classic suit, the three-piece suit comes with its own set of style rules and expectations.
Choosing the right outfit for a job interview can be as stressful as the interview itself
Rich luster, soft pile, deep colors, royal history… You must be talking about velvet.
When venturing into the realm of custom-made clothing, knowing what to expect can help you assess your needs, choose the right custom clothier, and design the best suit you’ve ever worn.
Your first big promotion. Your first time in the driver’s seat. Your first taste of top-shelf whiskey. Locking eyes with your new wife for the first time. We get it—you never forget your first.
First sported by British royalty in the mid-nineteenth century and brought into the public eye a few decades later by the well-heeled residents of Tuxedo Park, New York, the tuxedo has had a long and rich past—and an exciting present.
Going for a monochromatic look by dressing from head to toe in a single color requires careful planning and a bit of courage.