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Here comes the Groom

Here comes the Groom.
The thought of a wedding often conjures up images of white gowns with flowing trains, beautiful Bridesmaids and colourful flowers. These things are important but it’s missing a key ingredient to support the multi-tiered wedding cake of success... The suits. They are the pillars. The suit arms... Read more

Top 10 Tips for Grooms

Top 10 Tips for Grooms.
Here are the top 10 tips every groom should know for the big day (we’ll assume you have the suit, shirt and tie sorted): 1. Wedding rings, without these…well you want to get married don’t you? 2. Two copies of your speech, just to be safe. Winging it on the night is never a good... Read more

V is for Vest

V is for Vest.
America and Britain are sometimes referred to as “two nations separated by a common language” and so it is in this case: American’s call it a vest while the British call it a waistcoat – both refer to the sleeveless garment that matches the jacket and trouser to form a three... Read more

Which Button and Why: Part 2

Which Button and Why: Part 2.
A couple of weeks ago this Style Counsel post provided advice about which buttons should or should not be done up on a suit jacket. However it was only this morning when a friend texted, telling me that he was wearing his new three-piece suit for the first time but unsure about which buttons should... Read more
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