With the transition from summer to fall, it makes sense to switch up your wardrobe so you’re more in line with your environment, especially in terms of color. While many dread the colder months of the year, the clotheshorse looks forward to it, because it allows him to add more layers into his outfits–and this includes pocket squares!
One of the key tenets of classic style is to always dress appropriately for the occasion, which is most often stipulated by the required level of formality. But which articles of clothing are appropriate to different levels of formality, and how do they rank in comparison to one another?
The fabric weave known as grenadine is prized among the sartorially inclined for its versatility and understated character. But why is it so appreciated, and how exactly is it produced?
The necktie is a prime focus for us here at the Gentleman’s Gazette–we’ve devoted a number of articles and videos on our channel to how to tie bow ties and various kinds of necktie knots, and we sell a wide array of ties in the Fort Belvedere Shop. But of course, there are a great many other neckwear styles out there aside from the regular neckties and bow ties, which begs the question: are there situations where any of these other styles can or should be worn?
Many brands stake their reputation on the country of origin of their products. But in a globalized world, where materials come from different parts and are assembled in many places, how much can a single country of origin really tell you?
The combination of blue & gray is always stylish, while remaining conservative and perfect for the office. In this article, one in a series on classic color combinations, we take a look at the different ways to pair blue and gray. Read more