Month: April 2007

Three-piece suits are traditional suits with classic appeal. Made up of trousers, a jacket, and a vest or waistcoat, three-piece can up your style points instantly and add a completely different air to your professional dress.

The Jacket

The Collar

The collar of your jacket should fit against your neck, but without any of that buckling and pulling. Read More The Points of Choosing a Three-Piece Suit

Many formal events go hand-in-hand with what we consider black tie functions. Black tie events can vary, and sometimes you will only know by the request listed on the invitation! Weddings may require black tie dress, as well as benefits, work functions, dinners, awards events, and galas. You’ll know whether black tie is required from the specifications made by your boss, your friend, or from the event details in your invitation or placard. Read More Appropriate Black Tie Attire

Nixon watches are timepieces with an attitude and a young vibe. While they can equally find themselves on the wrist of a professional or on a student, they combine fresh details with the traditional features of any quality watch. Slick leather bands are found in new variations: bright white, smooth imported leather, and bright gold paired with a highly individual watch face. Read More Nixon Watches Picks

History of Cocktail Attire

Cocktail parties are rumored to have gotten their name in the 1920s during Prohibition in the United States. Drinking alcohol was illegal, and social drinking moved to houses. Where you could find alcohol and set up a bar, people were sure to congregate. Read More Style Primer: Cocktail Attire