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Why Don’t My Trouser Pleats Lay Flat?

Trousers off the rack are made to wear level front and back. Men are wearing pants lower in the front than in the back. Off the rack trousers are made to wear level, i.e. the same height front and back. Trousers pushed down in the front then simply break open the pleat, because the pleat [...]

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The Attitude of Image

When we hear the word “attitude,” most of us think of sassiness or rebelliousness. The truth is, an attitude is simply a frame of mind, and is a major part of how others see you. Whether you’re facing an important client presentation or a critical board meeting, make sure you’re in the best frame of [...]

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Royal Colors in Men’s Clothing

The rich, luxuriant colors we call “jewel tones” come from actual jewels such as rubies, sapphires, emeralds, and amethysts. In times gone by, such jewels were owned only by royalty and the extremely wealthy, which gives them some of their appeal even today. You can incorporate the robust blues and greens from sapphires and emeralds [...]

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Facts About Wool

Only the best grades of wool are suitable for high-quality clothing. How do clothiers tell one wool from another? Here are five helpful terms from the insider’s view of the famous fiber. Virgin wool has never been spun before. (Spun wool can be deconstructed and blended with new fibers.) Lambs wool comes from a sheep’s [...]

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Men’s Spring Fashion 2013: Spring Simplicity

This spring, designers are showcasing the elegance of simplicity. With winter fading, clothing colors are growing lighter and refreshingly carefree. Even the neutrals are trending on the light end of the color spectrum, with the spring shades of blue and gray much lighter than their winter counterparts. Many clothiers are focusing on solid colors this [...]

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One Suit, Three Styles

You work hard, and so should your suits. Let’s look at how using different combinations of shirts, ties, and accessories-worn with the same suit-can help you create three different styles, taking you from a board meeting to a brainstorming session to an evening get-together-all while maintaining a professional image. Corporate Power Stick to the basics: [...]

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Custom Clothing Equals Consistent Results

In today’s fast-paced business world: Successful companies develop products and services tailored to customers’ needs. Companies must deliver reliable results with every transaction. The level of customization available is increasing steadily. Professional clothiers are keeping pace with these business trends, rising above the limited options in mass-market apparel to deliver a myriad of quality clothing [...]

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The 10 Most Common Men’s Fashion Mistakes

Why be concerned with your appearance?  Is it really that important to your career, romance, or influence over others?    Absolutely! It’s a scientific fact that people who don’t know you make up their minds about you on a subliminal/prehistoric basis in 30 seconds or less.  This evaluation of you by others takes place so [...]

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Components of a Power Suit

Looking for those essential suit details that create a strong, professional impression? Here’s how to build the basics of a power suit. Combine these components when you want a suit that creates an image of strength every time you wear it. Start with dark, traditional fabric in navy or gray. Add chalk stripes or pinstripes [...]

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How to Choose a Shirt Collar

The best type of collar for you is the collar that creates a flattering, powerful look-and that look depends on many factors, including your physical build, the occasion, and your personality. Here are a few common types of collars to consider when creating your next custom shirt: Straight collar. Thinner ties are at home with [...]

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