With the cold of Winter now taking hold and the days becoming shorter, I figured I would spend some time wandering around North London and get to see some of the natural beauty in its parks. It so happened that on the day I was doing this, the wind decided to make itself known and I spent a quiet Sunday afternoon being blown around Finsbury Park as I watched the world roll by. Fortunately, I was prepared for such an event with a warm outfit that utilized rich colours and outdoors-y themes to create a look that was stylish as well as being a good defence against the cold gusts of November. View Post
A few weeks back myself and a few other bloggers were invited along to an Christmas photoshoot in Shoreditch by the people from Joe Brown’s. It was a great chance to meet up with fellow bloggers, both well-established and new, as well as catch up with a friend or two. It was also an opportunity to style something I hadn’t previously tried before, namely an outfit that uses heavier, thick-wool tailoring to give a slightly rustic look. View Post
One of the most common requests I get is to create a tailored outfit that looks stylish but also works within a limited budget. Nowadays a half-decent suit can cost upwards of £300 and that doesn’t necessarily include extras like ties, belts and shoes which (depending on your tastes) can make the outfit considerably more expensive. So a few weeks back I decided to create a fully tailored outfit that looks contemporary and dapper, but won’t break the bank. The aim was to prove that style doesn’t have to be expensive, you just have to be willing to shop around and maybe head into town yourself (to avoid the delivery charges of internet shopping). View Post
A little while back I was asked by Topman to come into their beautiful Oxford Street store and style some of their AW15 collection as part of their new “This Is Denim” campaign to promote their latest collections. It was a good opportunity for me to try and create a new style from a brand that I don’t regularly shop with and, as their tagline says, it was the chance to “do something different”. Following on from the success of my last outfit post, I wanted to create another “Summer to Autumn/Winter” transitional look that can be worn and built on as the colder months begin to roll in.
As Summer draws to a close and the colder climate begins to take hold, it’s very easy for men to regress into bulky and unflattering clothing to make the Autumnal temperatures more bearable. However, comfort and warmth doesn’t necessitate the sacrifice of style. So I’ve put together an outfit that uses Autumn tailoring concepts yet maintains a lighter feel for the Summer/Autumn change. View Post