white tie dos & dont

White Tie DO’s & DON’Ts – Tailcoat & Full Fig Guide

All you need to know about the most formal dress code: white tie. At the MET Gala Ball, people were wearing all sorts of things even though the dress code was clear: white tie. Therefore, we decided to create a helpful guide that ensures you look your best when you wear the most formal of all menswear outfits.
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what to wear as a groom

What To Wear As A Groom

Welcome back to the Gentleman’s Gazette and to our wedding series! Today, we discuss groom’s attire and what you would wear if you are the groom.

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The Most Overrated Color in Menswear: Black

The Most Overrated Color in Menswear: Black

Today, we’ll discuss the color black in men’s wear and why it’s so overrated.

We’ll discuss suits, t-shirts, accessories, when you should wear black, when you shouldn’t wear black, why it’s so popular, and anything else you want to know about this omnipresent color.

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Black Tie Explained

Black Tie & Tuxedos Explained with 1930s Fashion Illustrations

After seeing the black tie outfits at the Oscars, we were quite disappointed, and while it is always easy to critique others, it is more difficult but also more helpful to show great examples of elegant tuxedo outfits. Therefore we decided to create a hands-on black tie series that helps men look dapper in a tuxedo or dinner jacket without having to sacrifice individual style. Read more

Oscars Tuxedo guide

The Oscars & Men’s Tuxedos & Black Tie Outfits

In 2012, we looked closely at the men’s tuxedos at the Oscars and it seems like 2014 was another low point and now we take a look at 2016. And since just critiquing is easy, we also provide a short guide on how a tuxedo should be worn, Read more

Inauguration Suits of U.S. Presidents

Inauguration & the Suits of the Presidents of the United States

With the presidential inauguration taking place on Jan 20, 2017, we thought it was an excellent opportunity to take a closer look at the suits and outfits worn by U.S. Presidents throughout history on their inaugural day. Read more