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April 2017

Top Fashion Trends To Embrace This Spring

  With the warmer weather finally arriving in the UK, it’s time to start looking at what you’ve got in your wardrobe from last spring and summer, and deciding what you can keep and what you need to swap out for something more on-trend. If you haven’t managed to wade through the multitude of trends that came off the catwalks during the various fashion weeks around the world, don’t worry, we’re here to help. In fact, the New York Times put together a rather handy guide to eight essentials that... Read More

4 Spring Fashion Mistakes To Avoid Like The Plague

Hurrah! Spring has finally sprung! So this means you can all start slowly putting your winter wardrobe away and gradually introducing your lighter pieces, whether it’s a Boss Green shirt, your favourite pair of shorts or simply some chinos rolled up at the ankle. Who doesn’t love a bit of spring fashion for men? But what mistakes should you do your best to avoid? Here are just a couple to consider. Not wearing enough clothes Yes, the sun is shiny. That’s wonderful. But you should still remember that it’s not... Read More

5 Men’s Trends That Are Due A Comeback

Dressing in menswear producing designers such as Armani jeans and Vivienne Westwood is an easy way to stay on trend, but to be ahead of the curve, you need to know exactly what’s the next big thing. The tricky part is that it’s often something that you’ve seen before. Men’s fashion is one big time capsule with what’s hot and what’s not flip-reversing, eventually all coming back into spotlight. Trends you might never expect to rear their head again can and do pop up after a decade or more.  According... Read More

Top Trend To Watch: Men’s Jewellery

While men’s jewellery has featured in certain styles and within certain groups over the past few decades, it hasn’t been the norm for a very long time. However, it looks like that could be changing. The Economist examined the history of men’s jewellery – looking back to the time of the Egyptian Pharaohs when dazzling jewels and opulent gold pieces were taken to the grave. The article pointed out that until relatively recently – the 18th century – it was just as acceptable for a man to be seen in... Read More