Buy a Perfect Suit for Man

Flower Loop:
Stitched manually under the lapel to keep the base of the flower that few men yet use any longer, it's the type of details that reveals the tailor cares about tradition. And custom, in issues of tailoring, is a great thing.

Suit for Man

Hand-Stitched Sleeve Lining:
A sure sign the shoulder will fit carefully and perfectly. Examine the inside seam where the arm satisfies the body: If it's been stitched manually, you'll see hardly obvious wrinkles or pleats where the two cloths come jointly.

Hand-Finished Interior Pocket:
Check the inner left breasts pocket: If it's set off by strips of the exterior material, that means it's been strengthen, so it's healthier able to store your wares without dropping.

Hidden Pocket:
It's a credit-card-sized section that conceals useful possessions right next to your family jewels. Away from useful, believe us, mainly if you're strolling the shadier roads of suit maker Isaia's hometown of Naples.

Vented Pleats:
This simple fold falls presently below the inner waistband and guarantees a excellent fit. It moreover inhibits tucked-in shirts from getting or falling out.

Three Ways to Wear Denim

What to pair your denims with while you are dressed gently, when you are dressed for work, or once you are wearing leather. As you can’t go out in just denims.

1. With Casual Clothes

Since darker jeans tends to look more formal, relax up with a pair of lighter blue denims. Put in styles and colors as desired and try care that shirt nestled in.

2. With Leather

Black leather looks greatest with darker denims, brown leather enhances less heavy pairs, red leather seem to be fine with nothing and should be prevented.

3. With Work Outfits

Except your job engage carrying heavy equipment for a band, maintain your work denims dark and plain. Indigo looks dressiest, particularly when combined with black lace-ups and a navy-blue jacket.

JADEBLUE makes special fabric for institutions seeking high-quality material for their staff uniform. It's customized shades and weaves can be seen on clients who come from all walks of life; from a large number of schools, colleges, hotels, factories, airlines to defense establishments across the country.

better late than never

NYFW was only just about two months ago. I went and came back and meant to post pictures but then reality happened and time just slipped away into oblivion to allow me apt space to provide with photographic evidence. Til now. Here they are!

nyfw armor: celine, starbucks, alexander wangs,  and daily front row 
bcbg max azria beanies are a must
a surreal moment sitting behin anna at kimberly ovitz
wandering with the boys btwn shows
tess giberson presentation

rebecca minkoff
helmut lang navy fur vest
backstage at helmut lang 
prints galore at mara hoffman
in love with herve leger's collection this season
tommy ton & susie bubble
the troops at 3.1 phillip lim
hi tim blanks 
anna dello russo
holograms at Milly
cara and co. at anna sui
clover canyon 

all photos taken by me.