In this piece, we'll go over the most popular wedding dress codes and give you pointers on how to avoid any confusion from your guests, as well as outline the potential benefits and drawbacks of each mode of attire.
So you've settled on a custom suit that fits your wardrobe and your personality perfectly. Now, where do you go from here? Sometimes the fitting process can be time-consuming and intimidating. In this article, we'll do our best to walk you through the suit-buying process, as well as give you some tips and pointers to make the experience run more smoothly overall.
Unlike everyday outfits, custom suits and tuxedos usually require an extra amount of care and attention. While this isn't normally a difficult task, you need to be extra careful about not lazily throwing your suit onto a chair after a hard day's work or crumpling your tuxedo onto the floor after an exhausting black-tie dinner. In this article we'll go over all the good habits you'll need—and the bad habits you won't—to keep your suits lasting as long as they should, and then some.
A custom tuxedo is always considered a must for any serious gentleman's wardrobe. When purchasing a tuxedo, there are other things to watch out for so you can ensure that you're making a wise investment. In this article, we'll go over these finer points in detail.
If your office requires a little bit more formality than most workplaces, it's important to have a sufficient number of suits in your rotation. So how many do you need? In this piece, we'll examine the best ways to enhance your wardrobe by delving a little deeper into style options other than your typical black and grey all-purpose suits!
While it is important to have custom suits and dress shirts that are properly measured and well fabricated, a wardrobe is only as good as the habits of the person maintaining it. In this article, we'll discuss the best ways to keep your shirts looking sharp without having to fork over a small fortune to the dry cleaners down the street or hiring a housekeeper to do so.
Whether you've been shopping for custom suits, tuxedos, dress shirts, jackets, or bedsheets, you've likely come across mentions of thread count. Here at Enzo Custom, we take thread count very seriously, and this article will attempt to clear up any misconceptions you may have had about its importance, what certain numbers mean, and whether or not a higher thread count is always better.
While it is increasingly common for holiday gatherings and office Christmas parties to be on the casual side, there might be some occasions that require you to dress up a little bit more than normal. Keeping your suits, trousers, and jackets subtle is always a good idea, but you can definitely take more liberties with your ties, vests, and lapel pins, for example. A little style accents to your ensemble can go a long way, and you'll have even more options to play around with when you consider scarves and overcoats if the temperature outside calls for them.
By picking out a suit with various patterns or subtle color contrasts, your wardrobe may in fact gain an extra notch above everyone else's. But sometimes people don't quite know where to begin in selecting a particular color scheme or style that will look best on them. What looks stunning on someone else may look lackluster on you and vice versa, so in this piece, we seek to give you some brief style tips on how to go about selecting suits with patterns and color schemes that will accentuate rather than detract from your own personal style.
A sport coat can enhance your personal style for occasions that don't quite require a full suit, and they can also add a degree of professionalism to casual dress where a full suit might be inappropriate. While it's sometimes difficult to determine what falls in the grey areas of semi-casual and semi-formal attire, sport coats will almost always help and never hurt your personal style.
Many fashion trends and garments that evolve tend to replace the more archaic one over time, but this is not so with single- and double-breasted suit jackets. In this next section, we'll tell you how these different jacket types came into being, and why both (rather than one over the other) still exist today.
When it comes to neckwear for formal events, neckties are by far the most popular choice. Bow ties, however, still have a very rich history and are widely used in more formal dress codes such as black-tie and white-tie settings that require a tuxedo. This guide is here to help you master your skills with a bow tie.
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