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A Fashionable Blog for fashionable Men (and men's style)

anthonygrey:

I always find that the best way to dress is somewhere between 'Last of the Time Lords' & 'Wizard trying to be a muggle'

anthonygrey:

I always find that the best way to dress is somewhere between 'Last of the Time Lords' & 'Wizard trying to be a muggle'

(via ohmicaiah)

thebespokedudes:

Details - Burgundy & Field Jacket

(Source: thebespokedudes.com, via bigdrunkgay)

beyondfabric:

Wolverine “Made in Portugal” Collection

American bootmaker giant Wolverine crosses the pond for its first endeavor in European grounds. Produced in Portugal, the Bento boot presents a moccasin construction with nubuck and leather uppers, contrasting side panels in felt and a sturdy rubber outsole.

(via bigdrunkgay)

francesetherealgumm:

maltagracia:

nevver:
How to Roll Your Shirt Sleeves

genuinely helpful
bntailor:

Khaki herringbone winter Jacket(loro piana) by B&Tailor

bntailor:

Khaki herringbone winter Jacket(loro piana) by B&Tailor

downeastandout:

Al Bazar - The home of Lino

abitofcolor:

How to Care For Your Hat

I visited San Francisco’s oldest haberdashery, Cable Car Clothiers, to meet with the proprietor, Jonathan Levin and to get some tips on men’s hats and hat care. He shared the following based upon the stores 74 years of history in hats and menswear.

 - When putting on a hat or adjusting it, handle it by the front and back brim, never by the crown.

 - Do not pick up a hat/fedora by the pinch; it will misshape it over time. A straw fedora will crack and a felt hat may split the seam.

 - Touch your hat with clean hands; oils from your hands may stain a light hat

 - Always hang a hat. If no hook is available store it by inverting it and placing it on its crown. Placing a hat on its brim may flatten or cause a hat to loose its curve, especially if wet.

 - Do not leave a hat in a car or in the sun as humidity may cause any hat material to lose shape, shrink or distort.

 - Hats of any material may be sensitive to prolonged exposure to direct sunlight causing colors to fade.

 - Brush your hat periodically with a soft brush.

 When Purchasing A Hat

 - Seek out a quality hat store where someone with experience can guide you through the options that most compliment your complexion, shape of your face and needs.

 - Look for hats that have a specific size and avoid S, M, L, XL for the best fit and comfort.

 - Sizing will vary by manufacturer and even among the same hats. So, don’t rely upon the tag size. Only trying on the hat will assure you of the best possible fit.

 By The Way…

 Panama hats aren’t made in Panama. When the Panama Canal was being built, this was the most popular style of hat on the project.  The name “Panama”  thus became forever linked to these hand woven straw hats from Ecuador.

Cable Car Clothiersis located at 110 Sutter Street, Suite 108, San Francisco, CA 94104.  Phone 415 397-4740 or you can see a sampling of their hats at www.cablecarclothiers.com

ivorytowerstyle:

Luciano Barbera discusses his career as a wearer and maker of clothing in the third and final part of our conversation at Pitti Uomo, now posted here. 

ivorytowerstyle:

Luciano Barbera discusses his career as a wearer and maker of clothing in the third and final part of our conversation at Pitti Uomo, now posted here

(Source: ivorytowerstyle)

bntailor:

Harris Tweed Coat
Thomas Fisher Double Jacket
Ermenegildo Zegna Denim Pants
All at B&Tailor.

bntailor:

Harris Tweed Coat

Thomas Fisher Double Jacket

Ermenegildo Zegna Denim Pants

All at B&Tailor.

jhilla:

Camoshita Tabbed Collars and Herringbone

jhilla:

Camoshita Tabbed Collars and Herringbone

(Source: jhilla)