Planning a road trip? Exploring a new part of the USA? Here we present 12 blogs to help you enjoy a visit to a new area – local knowledge, insider tips and best-kept-secret hangouts. What better way to be sure you make the most of your voyage of discovery than getting advice from a local.
Once you know your correct outfit & shoe size, online shopping couldn’t get any easier. For a straightforward guide on how to properly get your measurements, check out our infographic below.
How do you stay looking sharp in the heat of the summer sun? Easy – switch your suit for tailored separates. A pair of smart trousers and a summer blazer will keep you cool as a cucumber as you put less well-dressed gentlemen in the shade. Here’s everything you need to know about boating blazers.
Want to wear tweed? Improve your knowledge of this classic British fabric with our expert guide.
Herringbone or houndstooth? Barleycorn or Glenurquhart? Our infographic includes everything you need to know about the history, construction and patterns available – as well as how to wear your tweed like a gentleman.
Dressing to look younger isn’t the same thing as dressing like a younger guy. If you’re not sure what to wear post 40 – fear not! Check out our essential guide and look dapper whether you’re tall, short, large, gray or bald. Our infographic will help you dress like a gentleman, whatever your age.
Don’t wait until the last minute to think about what to pack for a business trip or vacation. With clever tips from some of our favorite bloggers, you too can emerge from transit looking suave and sophisticated, rather than a crumpled mess.
No matter what the weather, occasion or mode of transport, here’s how to plan ahead, travel light and pack well.
To celebrate July 4th, we’ve compiled a collection of the websites and blogs we think best express the multifaceted awesomeness of our nation. From the Americana Triangle to the cowboy code of the old West, and from the vibrancy of today’s sports scene to the lowdown on cooking the best ribs you ever tasted, here’s a Samuel Windsor celebration of all things American.