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10 September, 2014

Dainty Men's Suit!!


Men's fashion, hum... I normally write abut women's fashion since I am a woman and it is only easily applicable to me to write about what I love in women's fashion industry. However, I do appreciate a man who takes care of not only his career, his car ( how cliche! ha~ ) but also his style and looking impossibly dapper. Speaking of looking dapper, suits comes into my mind first and most suits may be increasing in popularity as more men embrace fashion and expand their wardrobes into more daring styles.  They add lovely pocket square, wear the cutest bow tie, sharp textile, and those layered texture..wooh.....how handsome!!!  Now, don't you just feel like checking out those men clothes!!!!  

Before autumn's arrival, I find BONOBOS men's collection are all so charming and I can't help but also venture to their women's collection. For men's trousers, I am impressed that they even have a rainbow color spectrum of casual pants to choose from. Oh, wait, got cared away, here are a collection from BONOBOS fall Men's Suits collection.  Their new collection of wool suits, tweed blazers and tuxedos go hand-in-hand with the coming crisp fall weather and autumn leaves which even me would adore.

Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with BONOBOS. 


Gray honey comb tuxedo jacket... isn't the texture charming??


Flannel Suit

“Fit is the most important detail for a suit. Marry that with classic color options and quality fabric, and you have a great looking, versatile suit for every occasion,” says Dwight Fenton, Bonobos VP of Design.


Here are some tips from Fenton’s simple suit tips to find the right fit:

• Fit starts with the shoulders: The jacket should grab your shoulders snuggly but not be overly tight. If the shoulders fit, pretty much anything else can be adjusted.

• Length matters: To determine the appropriate length, you should be able to cup the bottom of the suit with your arms by your side.

• Show some shirt: A flexible but general rule of thumb is to have a quarter-inch of your shirt cuff showing. If you’re wearing a heavier cuff, like a French cuff, you may want to show a little more.

Love yourself, and look dapper, gentlemen. 
xoxo Rachel 

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