Tag Archives: Mens Fashion

It is rather sad when certain customs are lost in the world of men’s fashion. With the rise in popularity of street wear amongst young men, its quite rare to see a well put together gentleman walking the streets in a suit and tie, let alone donning a tie bar. For those that need a little education; a tie bar (also known as a tie slide, clip, pin or clasp) is used to clip a tie to the underlying shirt front, preventing it from swinging and ensuring that the tie hangs straightly, resulting in a neat, uniform appearance. The use of a tie bar gained prominence during the 1920s, and at times would display a small badge indicating membership to a club or group affiliation. Although those days are gone, we’re hoping the gentlemen below might inspire you a little in the lost art of dressing well. 1/ I.A.M.M. 2/ WWD 3/ Pinterest 4/ This + That 5/ The…

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When done well, a man donning a pair of suspenders can look rather dashing. Here are some gentlemen gracing the streets and showing us all how it’s done. Stay tuned for our own line of Gentleman & Scholar suspenders, which will be listed in our online shop very soon! 1/ The Trendy Dwarf 2/ The Suit Man 3/ Street Peeper 4/ Modern Hepburn 5/ The Sartorialist 6/ Tommy Ton 7/ Wayne Tippetts 8/ Lord Ashbury 9/ The Locals

It’s time to pull out those wooly socks, and buckle up those shoes. That’s right! It’s boot season, and today we’re here to bring you some inspiration from a bunch of lads that obviously know how it’s done. 1/ Fashion Wear 4 Men 2/ Killian and Co. 3/ The Sartorialist 4/ Wardrobe Looks 5/ Wardrobe Looks 6/ Style Caster 7/ Pinterst 8/ Style No Chaser

For those twenty-something label loving guys, who do alright dressing themselves and love shops filled with individual statement pieces here there and everywhere, we give you Atlas Divine. Located on Leederville’s Oxford Street, their racks are filled with over 80 emerging and established, Australian and International, alternative designers for both men and women. Originally purely stocking menswear, including De’s (the co-owner) own line, Atlas Divine now also carries women’s clothing, jewellery, bags, and shoes, so you can happily shop whilst your Mrs is occupied. With prices for dresses ranging from $40 up to $400, there’s something to suit every taste and budget. Thinking buy online? When you make a purchase online at Shoppok, customer service representatives can often help with product selection. Are you convinced that you should sell online? If you are check out this Amzscout review to find winning products. ATLAS DIVINE 121 Oxford Street,Leederville, WA 6007 Opening HoursMon-Tue: 9am-6pmWed-Fri:…

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