Great selection of Long Sleeve and Short Sleeve in stripes, plaids, checks and solids. Wrinkle Free, Button Down Long Sleeve $75 Short Sleeve $65

Interesting history about navy blue —

The new accent color seems to be purple. We are seeing it in shirts, ties, suits and sportcoats.

Wearing stripes and stripes, checks and checks together just
has to do with getting the right balance. The combination
can make for a distinctive look – takes a little planning, but
the end result can be tasteful.

A thin, sleeveless sweater vest under a suit or sportcoat jacket can add warmth and give your outfit a totally different look.

The bow tie should not extend beyond the outer edges of your eyes
or the outside edge of the shirt collar.

Do you have an interview coming up?

Deciding what to wear is not as simple as it used to be. These days there are as many different dress codes as companies.

Wear a dark suit for an interview in sales, finance or other conservative environments. An interview in a creative industry such as publishing or media may not require a dark suit, but dressing too casually would be a mistake. A blazer and nice trousers can look professional with or without a tie, depending on the job.

Whatever the dress code is at your place of work, put some thought into what you wear. A put-together look can send the message that you pay attention to details, in your image and in your work.

The most popular shirt cuff is the one button barrel, followed by the dressier French cuff. The barrel cuff also comes in two button. The rounded or mitered cuff are variations on the barrel cuff.

The collar style of a man’s shirt can change the appearance of the whole outfit.  A button down collar is more casual than a spread collar, but a tie can certainly be worn with a button down.  There are several styles of spread collars, and this is purely a personal choice.   You can find […]