5 Jeans: The Perfect Denim Wardrobe

The right denim fits most of my criteria for a good wardrobe investment: a durable fabric that builds character over time, a timeless design that can be worn for years and years, and a versatile garment that can be worn with everything from a t-shirt to a bespoke jacket.

In my opinion the perfect denim wardrobe consists of only five pairs of jeans:

Tailored Indigo

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For your raw indigo pair, have them tailored to fit like your trousers, because you’re most likely to wear these with tailored jackets. These APC jeans, for example, have been hemmed with no-break making them ideal for loafers and sharp dress boots. Continue reading 5 Jeans: The Perfect Denim Wardrobe

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How To Tie A Tie In 5 Easy Steps

Clear illustrations and simple directions make learning how to tie a tie easy. Choose from how to tie a Windsor tie like James Bond or shoot for the classic Four-in-Hand. So guys,Just take a look below, then start practicing in front of a mirror.

Tying a Windsor Tie..

Windsor: Step One

Cross the wide end over the narrow, then slip the wide end up between the tie and the collar, then simply drop it back down.

Windsor: Step Two

Wrap the wide end behind the narrow end from right to left.

Windsor: Step 3 

Bring the wide end in front and over the loop between the collar and tie.


 

windsor:Step 4


Wrap the wide end around the narrow part one more time and slip up through the loop again.
Windsor: Step Five

Loosely stabilizing the knot, slip the wide end through it. Center the dimple. Tighten.
Now onto the Four-in-Hand…


Four-in-Hand: Step One

Begin with the fat end of your tie on your right and extend it about ten inches below the skinny end.

Four-in-Hand: Step Two

Cross the wide end of the tie over the narrow end of the tie and then continue underneath.

Four-in-Hand: Step Three

Cross the wide end over the narrow part one more time.

Four-in-Hand: Step Four

Cross the wide end over the narrow part one more time.

Four-in-Hand: Step Five

Hold the knot steady and slip the wide end down through the knot. Center dimple. Tighten.