Friday, 29 August 2014

3 Simple ways to look sharper, as told by men who know.

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so we found some fantastic pieces of advice from some of the most stylish men we know to weigh on  their essential advice for how to dress well. Their advice might help to make you the sharpest dressed man in the Marlow, even
the Home Counties.
True style is in the detail, from the quality of your buttons to the length of your jacket to the cut of your trouser leg - plus a hefty splash of confidence.
But don’t take our word for it:

1 Pop In A Pocket Square 
"The sharpest man in the room never overlooks the details. I always add a white Marcella handkerchief to the breast pocket of my jacket. It’s a fail-safe way to smarten up your look.”
Nick Hart, Spencer Hart, Savile Row

2 Assert Your Individuality

"My design ethos is all about mixing classic elements with unexpected twists to create a sense of surprise. For instance, I like to imbue traditionally sharp-cut English tailoring with odd idiosyncrasies; an unusual lining, different coloured buttons, a contrasting fabric lapel or collar such as leather on a traditional wool blazer. For me, it’s about having the confidence to be different.”
Sir Paul Smith


3 Invest In Good Shoes

"At fashion shows, you spend a lot of time waiting for them to start and staring at people’s feet.
Jeremy Langmead, Mr Porter editor-in-chief


Highbury, a plain fronted three eyelet derby shoe made from the finest calf leather and single Dainite rubber soles.

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