Cravats. They’ve long been associated with traditional neckwear for grooms. They’ve also long been presenting the groom and his groomsmen with sleepless nights!
The history of tweed can be traced back for centuries. Its story begins on the Isles of the Scottish Outer Hebrides.
In the same way the bride needs to be surrounded by outfits that compliment – but not detract from – her glorious dress, so the groom needs to be surrounded by his groomsmen in carefully considered, complimentary outfits. Let’s take a look at how to achieve this…
Whether you’re the groom, the best man or a guest, choosing the right summer wedding suit can be something of a sartorial minefield. That’s why we’ve put together these tips to help you make the right decisions about what to wear.
It’s that time of year again. With the build up to prom season now in full swing, many young men out there might be feeling an unpleasant pang of prom-related anxiety.
As the festive season is ushered in with sparkly lights and the dulcet tones of Michael Bublé, many gents are pondering what to wear to this year’s upcoming soirees.
Historically, ‘made-to-measure’ suits were the exclusive luxury of the social elite, representing such a huge financial outlay that only the very richest could afford them. But, happily, times have changed and you can now enjoy the made-to-measure experience at an affordable price!
We’ve loved every second of its growth and development and are thrilled to have launched our new shop in Havant. In this blog, we want to share a little bit more with you about why we started this business and what it means to us.
Here are few things that can help you when considering how to buy suit. We’ve teamed each section with an example from our Herbie Frogg range. This will give you an idea of what to look for in a suit.
We’ve all been there. In front of the mirror, cursing ourselves because we don’t know how to tie a tie. Each attempt resulting in another amateur looking knot that wouldn’t be out of place on the rigging of a boat.