I cant speak for everyone here but i cant resist a man in a suit, or at least looking as gentlemanly as possible.
My husband takes on a whole new persona when in a suit and really holds himself differently, and thats no bad thing at all.
Men where men when in a suit and i feel if you want to be taken seriously as man you need to dress as such, and with the high street tipping a hat to vintage theres no better time than to see your man looking like the gentleman he is inside.
Men’s fashion is a fantastic British success story - from the
established houses of Saville Row such as Richard James, to new and
emerging talents like James Long. This first-ever London Men’s Fashion
Week this autumn will help to show off the industry throughout London’s
Olympic year and will show why Britain is such a fantastic place to
visit. Not to mention the totty!
Next are all over this trend and have some gorgeous pieces for the gentleman in your life and for all style looks.
The Signature Black Stripe Tailored Fit Jacket
(http://bit.ly/NwfXua) is a staple for anyone trying to build a wardrobe for autumn and Tan Cleated Brogues
(http://bit.ly/O0jX1S) are as British as a Sunday roast. From loafers to espadrilles, check out the full range of Next men’s shoes here (http://bit.ly/OkWGdb).
We like our men to dress like gentlemen, so this season’s knitted sleeveless tanks
(http://bit.ly/QkFFDs) and waistcoats
(http://bit.ly/Ny5KNB) worn over shirts (http://bit.ly/ORnqOZ) and with smart trousers and brogues are just the ticket. Makes a change from the usual jeans and shorts!
I couldnt agree more that all men should if not for work, at least on date night dress ever the gentlemen, it screams Christian Grey and what woman wouldnt like that?!