Category Archives: Blog

Pant Break

Suit pant breaks (how your pant legs meet your dress shoes and the kind of shapes that form) are mainly a matter of personal preference. That being said, the wrong dress pants break won’t flatter your body type, might not make the statement you think it does, and may not be appropriate for the environment or occasion.

Guide on choosing bespoke Tailor in Bangkok

Bangkok is a city of angels. Along with skyscrapers, shopping malls, nightlife; you come along hoards of tailors along the busy streets of Bangkok. Tailoring has been in Thailand since the early 20th century and counting to do good business. But among thousands of tailors, who you choose as your tailor. Who is the right

Conor McGregor’s Style

Conor McGregor may be best known for his fighting, but the UFC champion has another skills: dressing like a boss. The Irishman’s outfits are indeed just as killer as his moves, which is why many men are looking to him for fashion ideas and advice. In this article, we’ve rounded up McGregor’s best looks for

No Ties, Brown Shoes

Fashion matters more in politics than we’d imagine. And we are the fashion police in political sphere. Donald Trump taping his ties is the proof that he may be unfit to lead the nation. And at the recent Democratic debate several candidates attempted to use style as a way to silently send a message. Ties no

Summer Look: Steel Blue

One of our personal favorite fabrics from our Spring/Summer 2019 collection is the Superfine Merino Worsted Suit in Steel Blue. We are always on the hunt for colors that are strong and unique, but also versatile and wearable. This beautiful cloth is the perfect year-round weight, has a subtle sheen and comes in the most

Guide to get a custom made suit

The 90s was a turning point in bespoke clothing. Big retail brands began offering made-to-measure suits in their boutiques. Led by brands like Ermenegildo Zegna, bespoke services became more accessible. The meaning of bespoke suit Context is needed to understand how clothing is made from scratch. There are generally three types of clothing. The first

Suit Care during Bangkok’s Rainy season

Bangkok’s rainy season has begun, it’s time to think about what you will do to keep your custom suit in shape. This is especially important if you’ve opted for a fine fabric such as mohair or a cashmere blend. The most obvious advice for suit protection during rainy season is: always bring an umbrella! Don’t consider the umbrella just a tool, though; treat it as

Refresh Checks a Suit Trend for the ages

Check and Patterned Suiting is the best way to stand out in the crowd without being too LOUD. Like any sartorialist,  we plan our clothing months ahead. Our focus for Fall / Winter was new, bold patterns and unique ways to wear colour. Our three core checks for the season: A Bold Grey Windowpane, Burgundy

Off the Rack vs. Tailored Suits the Ultimate Guide

It is said that every person should have a high-quality formal garment in their wardrobes, right now you could probably list five occasions in which you would need to dress formally. These days a universally recognized formal outfit is the traditional suit. But when you go to the trouble of actually commissioning or purchasing a

Soft Shoulder

With spring and summer on the clock, lighter weight suits and jackets in more casual forms comes into foreplay with the desire for a less structured feel. Integral to this is the the soft shoulder – a lightly padded shoulder construction, giving a softer, more casual silhouette to a tailored jacket. Soft shoulders have little

Best Dressed Men at Met GALA 2019

We were missing the grand celebration, after the OSCARS award ended few months back. We were missing the flashy suits, camera flashes and the red carpet celebration. But then came the glitz and glam in May. Our favorite celebs and people in the world of entertainment mesmerized us at the MET GALA, New York glorified

All about the Linen Suit

For the unkown, linen is a natural fibre that comes from the flax plant, the name having derived from the Latin name of the plant. Before the advancement of man-made fibres, linen was often used as the inner layer of expensive garments, which is the  lining. It’s maybe the ultimate warm-weather fabric but not a