Eton is one of the best shirt makers in the world. If you’re debating whether to try Eton, we highly recommend it. And here are three reasons you should:
- Higher quality
Most off-the-rack shirts take four days to make. Eton shirts take four weeks. But you’re probably thinking, “Sure, lots of shirt makers say they’re high quality—it’s a cliché.” True. Many shirt makers make the same claim. However, the Gentleman’s Gazette once toured Eton’s headquarters and found that Eton does indeed stand apart. To see what they discovered, read the article.
There are many ways to fold a pocket square, and how you fold it depends on the look you want. Here we’ll discuss the four most popular pocket square folds along with folding instructions.
Don’t let your inability to tie a tie get you up in knots. Here is a compilation of excellent links that demonstrate how to master the four most popular tie formations:
Packing a suit properly not only prevents unsightly wrinkles; it also saves you time and money. Since bulky garment bags are out of vogue and airline baggage fees have increased, fitting everything in your carry-on (wrinkle-free) is a necessity. Ensure the smooth arrival of your suit by following these nine folding steps:
If you’re looking to pair your favorite jeans with a sport shirt, make it a Stone Rose shirt.
First, Stone Rose is a great brand.
Stone Rose possesses the qualities common to luxury apparel: expert craftsmanship, solid construction, fine fabric, flattering fits, and durability. What makes them unique, however, is their aesthetic. It’s Miami meets Mad Men, the former because that’s where the company is based, and the latter because of their shirts’ slimmer fits.
It’s a question we get asked often here at Harleys, and though we’ve blogged our answer before, it’s an answer worth repeating.
Okay, so what is made-to-measure clothing?
M2M clothing is clothing (usually suits and dress shirts) made from a standard pattern that gets tailored to the individual wearer before the garment is sewn together.
If winter’s neutral color palette is making you feel gray, warm up your style with a colorful shirt or two from Robert Graham, the king of statement menswear.
Robert Graham is famous for bright colors, bold patterns and eye-catching details, and it’s often said that Robert Graham colorized men’s fashion.
Men’s blazers and sport coats have undergone a transformation. A purging, of sorts. Liners have been discarded, soft wools have replaced stiff ones, and excess fabric has been chopped from hemlines.
The result of this spring cleaning is the “deconstructed sport coat.”
It’s less structured, has a trimmer silhouette and it satisfies men who want a relaxed, closer-fitting jacket.
The bone-chilling cold Shorewood winter can put a major damper on a well-dressed man’s style. Unless, of course, he has a Canada Goose jacket.
You’ve probably heard of Canada Goose or at least seen its iconic white, red and blue logo (likely on the arm of a celebrity standing on a chilly movie set).
Meyer pants have been flying off our shelves recently, so we t
hought we’d share with you, and all the men of Shorewood and Milwaukee, why these pants are so fantastic.
1. They have the perfect trim fit
Now is the time of year you commute to work in a chill and then, a mere three hours later, spend your lunch break basking in the sun. And while early-fall’s crisper air is a welcome palette cleanser, the yo-yoing temperatures can make dressing appropriately a challenge.
Dressing well doesn’t mean wearing suits 24/7. There’s got to be a little room in your closet for fun.
At Harleys, we carve out space for Psycho Bunny, an English line of men’s sportswear. And despite the name, the brand is anything but crazy. Rather, they make fine clothes that a guy can relax in without compromising on style or quality.