Color is always great to add to your outfit, but nothing is as timeless as the old black and white. TTG
We might see it all the time, whether sewed shut or open, but do you know the names of your pockets? It never hurts to gain some knowledge on something that you might find as insignificant, but by looking at this visual guide you can get a sense of what type of pocket is to your liking. TTG
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We would like to thank you all for the endless support. There are tailored gentlemen all around the world and the number grows as each day passes. On this map you’ll find the many places of men suiting up who visit The Tailored Gentleman Blog. Although it may be on a different timezone, there’s always a tailored gentleman awake. TTG
LARGE: Large body types vary widely. You may be tall with a massive frame or short and heavyset. You’re above average weight or size. If you fall into the latter category, you’ll also be quite wide around your torso.
-Select clothing that skims over your frame, as it will smooth out your physique.
-Your jackets should be a little longer in order to provide more coverage of your posterior.
-Choose tops, blazers and outerwear with slightly structured shoulders, as these will give you an authoritative air and will direct attention to your face.
-For jeans and trousers, opt for a relaxed fit rather than straight.
-Ask your tailor to let your pants fall near your heel, to give the illusion of longer leaner legs.
-Do not wear oversize/baggy clothing.
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Young men might be taking it into their own hands to take over and renovate tailored clothing, but age is nothing but a number. Getting older does not mean that your style remains static, best part about aging is being able to experience the many different trends that occurred. You are as young as you feel. TTG
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There’s a reason why bespoke and custom tailoring is important when wearing suits and blazers. A ready to wear suit just wouldn’t give you the same finished look. Visit your local tailor or search for one, and get your suits fit for your body. You’re measurements shouldn’t be generalized, so make sure your clothing is fit uniquely. TTG
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