A gift guide with recommendations for Socks, Whiskey paraphenelia, reading material, fancy ingredients, accessories, and fun exercise doodads.
One simple and fundamental question has been keeping these groups divided for a long time: how should pants fit?
Chanukah is right around the corner, so here's a gift guide from Dress Code.
Note that this is mostly just a directory listing. There's a lot of guidance out there about how to pick a tailoring house. All I'll note is to try not to get lost in quality -- if you're going to splurge on a bespoke tailor, you have to appreciate the house style.
Excerpt? Dude, this article is over 9000 words long, and covers... all collared shirts. You ain't getting an excerpt.
You know the saying -- "Rhubarb red, eat away; rhubarb green, don't eat them!"
As you move from a *basic* wardrobe to a more mature one, you will want some more unique pieces that stand out, or help you stand out. In this article, I intend to explore a few ways you might choose to build on your basic wardrobe while still keeping each piece versatile.
I started writing this guide in an attempt to catch everything worth catching. I ended up running into more styles than I could really hope to capture... But hopefully, this is good enough.
The word "boot" has often times been oversimplified to refer particularly to casual boots. This oversimplification in turn feeds the misunderstanding that all boots are casual. I'm here to remind you that they aren't.
Quick and dirty: a suit is a set of matching garments, consisting of a jacket, pants (or a skirt, or something), and optionally, a vest/waistcoat. They have to match.