Years ago, a well-mannered gentleman was automatically considered a heartthrob to women.
October 25, 2012
October 23, 2012
It’s a four word phrase that can evoke a reaction that varies from happiness and excitement to reluctance and fear.
October 16, 2012
October 15, 2012
In my previous article, I discussed the birth and evolution of the tuxedo to the 1930’s and what men’s formal attire was popular prior to that time. We also found out who made the tuxedo and from where it was made, as well as its informal alternate options.
October 12, 2012
Many historians agree that the tuxedo was created in 1886 by Pierre Lorillard IV, a resident of Tuxedo Park, a town located just outside of New York City. American males, specifically those of the affluent variety, witnessed a momentous change in men’s formal wear with the addition of this new look.
October 4, 2012
October 2, 2012
We’ve been eagerly following the shift in the way that the world interprets men’s formal style for a while now – waiting somewhat hungrily for the good old fashioned tuxedo to regain its spotlight. Though the past few years have been defined by a rebellion of sorts, against the strictness of the traditional formalwear aesthetic, we still believed in the power of the tux. Now it’s beginning to pay off as more and more gentlemen mature beyond that phase and return to the lovely and forever loving embrace of yesteryear. (more…)
October 1, 2012
Not many people are privy to the rules pertaining to wearing a tuxedo. Sure, we are aware that tuxedos should primarily be worn for special events and galas. However, as far as how to sport one, which colors to pick in relation to the time of day and season, and coordinating shoes and socks with your tuxedo, there are still many people who are clueless. With that said, let’s go over some do’s and don’t’s of tux’s. (more…)