The life of the elegant gentleman is one that has caused quite the stir over recent years. With the hit book ‘I Am Dandy’ coming out, men around the world have been inspired by the selection of gentlemen who not only dress well, but have seemingly managed to transport back through time to cultivate a sense of class and refinement seen in the 1920s through 50s. Read more
Lately, we are lucky to be receiving a lot of new visitors! Since it can be difficult for some to read all of our articles from the very beginning, we put together a list of the five most popular articles of 2011. If you are a regular reader, you should still check out our older articles from time to time as we update them on a regular basis.
First of all, our readers especially liked the collar pin article. Although comprehensive, it is not too long and explains all there is to know about the stylish little bar that makes your tie knot stand up.
When you are at home and it is cold outside, most of us want to be comfortable when they eat breakfast or read on the couch. The dressing gown is definitely a house essential for elegant relaxation.
Often forgotten, the stroller suit is an ideal companion for formal daytime activities such as business meetings, weddings or even funerals. Read this article to learn more about this versatile outfit.
Based on the design of officer’s overcoats from WWI, the British Warm was adapted into public life much like its cousin the Trench coat. This heavy double breasted overcoat is guaranteed to keep you warm when it is cold outside.
To achieve a great overall look, collar stays will help you to achieve a crisp collar. In this article, we explore the alternative to cheap plastic collar bones.
Enjoy reading, and let us know in the comments what YOUR favorite article of 2011 was!
With fall approaching, it is time again to look at the elegant gentleman from the 1930’s and his wardrobe. Apparel Arts always observed the fashion developments at the time very closely and also made predictions about future trends. Read more