Some call it a trend, a lifestyle or a hobby, but one thing is certain; everyday carry has become a hot discussion amongst men around the world. Today’s post is all about EDC and how to create a kit that works for your lifestyle. Read more
Winter is one of the best times of the year for clothes, not just because it’s black-tie season, but also because you can layer.
That means sweaters, boots, vests, overcoats, topcoats, gloves, scarves, all those things come out of the closet and you can add them up, and because it’s cold, you can have a lot more in your outfit than during summer or spring.
If you follow gentleman’s Gazette on a regular basis, you know that we always encourage you to invest in quality items because quality items get better with age versus cheap items deteriorate over time.
Also, we encourage you to look at the cost per wear of an item, not just the upfront cost, because most of the time, a quality item is less expensive in the long run. That being said, not every costly thing has to be new, sometimes you can find quality items that used to be expensive but you buy them used that way you can enjoy the quality benefits without having to go all-in on the money.
That being said, sometimes inexpensive items can be great too. Make sure to also check out 10 Cheap But Awesome Items here.
I don’t know about you but I use my phone an awful lot; whether it is to communicate with people, checking my emails, checking stats, or whatever it is that you have to do.
The phone is something I touch multiple times a day. Personally, I love to wear gloves because they elevate my outfit so they are not just functional when it is cold outside but also during the transitioning season when I go with unlined gloves.
The holidays are upon us once again, and as you join your family in celebration as the snow graces the ground with a glass of fine brandy and a roaring fire warming you, we hope that everyone’s wishes are met this year. Read more
Learn all about our latest addition to our Glove line, the HydroPeccary™ leather gloves from Fort Belvedere.