Cashmere is the luxury fabric of winter (especially here in Shorewood, Wisconsin, where the winters can be teeth-chattering cold). It is impossibly light and yet impossibly warm, doesn’t wrinkle, and feels like silk against the skin. Here’s why:
Fall is around the corner here in Shorewood, Wisconsin, and that means so is fall fashion. We want you to look and feel your best this season, so here is a guide to the fabrics you'll want in your wardrobe during the colder months. It's a little bit of style and a wee bit of history. Enjoy:
A while back I wrote about cashmere—the softest, lightest, most luxurious wool on the planet. Now, I present you with cashmere’s polar opposite cousin: tweed. Tweed is delicate cashmere’s far removed, gruff-Scottish kin, with its coarse texture and substantial weight. But like cashmere, tweed is guaranteed to keep you warm on a cold Wisconsin day.
Cashmere is the luxury fabric of the winter season. This top-shelf wool makes purr-inducing holiday gifts and is worn by the style savvy man who wants the warmth of a sweater without the bulk (a necessity here in the teeth-chattering Milwaukee winter). But you are probably wondering, aside from the feel test, what makes cashmere so superior?
Too often men think that they have two choices for metro Milwaukee mens outerwear – they can wear the same thing they did during the spring and freeze, or they can wear a huge puffy jacket that makes them look like the Michelin man. Luckily, luxury mens fashion today includes so much more than that, so you can look great and keep warm, too. And it’s all thanks to technical fabrics.
When you can choose from all the different leathers in the world, why would you choose Remy leather? It’s because of the exact process they use, to ensure that they use only the best skins that are matched and cut to precise specifications before they are fused together, detailed, and sewn to create the best pieces of mens luxury fashion you’ll find anywhere in the world.
There are many ways to stay cool in the summer heat, and many of them sit right in your wardrobe. Sandals are the mens fashion accessory of choice in the summertime, and there are tons of great options in mens sportswear right now, as well. But whether you’re looking for a business casual dress shirt or performance golfwear, one of the best ways to keep cool is with moisture-wicking fabrics. Here’s how to choose them.
Linen designer menswear is designed to keep you looking and feeling cool all through the summer months. But that light, airy fabric that you get with linen suits makes it nearly impossible to keep the wrinkles away; and if you wash them improperly, you could ruin that suit for good.