Suit Up In Style…

You may have noticed a resurgence in sharp tailoring and snappy dressing of late, which is largely attributed to some of the most prolific celebrities themselves.

Kardashian fans will no doubt be familiar with Scott Disick’s affinity for style, regularly displayed by his plethora of tailor made suits, tucked handkerchiefs and suede loafers. And it doesn’t stop there…Lord Disick has made no secret of his love for accessories, be it; fancy socks, a cravat, designer man-bag, cufflinks or the occasional cane! And his style has certainly not gone unnoticed, having well cemented his place on any ‘best dressed’ list for men!

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And he isn’t the only one. TOWIE’s very own Mario Falcone is well renowned for his talents in bespoke tailoring on the iconic Saville Row. In fact, his passion for his profession is as strong as ever, since he is now set to launch his very own range of suits alongside a book dedicated to tailoring. Ex-TOWIE star Mark Wright recently created a capsule collection for Littlewoods which includes dapper suits that he has modelled himself.

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Let’s not forget Marks & Spencer, who have famously maximised awareness around their range of suits over the years, with the help of some familiar (and rather attractive) male faces….Antonio Banderas, Take That, England Football team, Ryan Reynolds, David Gandy…need we go on?

As the ongoing trend for tailored suits continues to soar, cufflinks have simultaneously become the most stylish accessory of men’s fashion today. And as you would expect, designers have responded with a vast and varied selection of choice readily available. So how do you choose which one suits?

In the same way that fashion depicts an individual’s style, cufflink choice shows the taste and aesthetical sense of a man. Whilst they undoubtedly provide the finishing touch to help pull it all together, try to select a classic pair which will amplify the look, but never go out of date.

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