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Italian Leather Belt - Oxblood

Italian Leather Belt - Oxblood

$199.00
Cedar Split-Toe Shoe Trees

Cedar Split-Toe Shoe Trees

$50.00
Italian Leather Belt - Marrone

Italian Leather Belt - Marrone

$199.00
Italian Leather Belt - Nero

Italian Leather Belt - Nero

$199.00
Italian Leather Belt - Chocolate

Italian Leather Belt - Chocolate

$199.00
Italian Leather Belt - Tobacco

Italian Leather Belt - Tobacco

$199.00
Italian Leather Belt - Havana Brown

Italian Leather Belt - Havana Brown

$199.00
Italian Leather Card Case - Nero

Italian Leather Card Case - Nero

$99.00
Italian Leather Wallet - Nero

Italian Leather Wallet - Nero

$149.00
Italian Leather Belt - Cafe Suede

Italian Leather Belt - Cafe Suede

$199.00
Italian Leather Belt - Midnight Blue Suede

Italian Leather Belt - Midnight Blue Suede

$199.00
Weekend Bag - Oxblood

Weekend Bag - Oxblood

$1,000.00
Weekend Bag - Chocolate

Weekend Bag - Chocolate

$1,000.00
Weekend Bag - Nero

Weekend Bag - Nero

$1,000.00
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Wear A Suit That Fits: Pro Tips

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The guys at Inside Hook know what’s up when it comes to wearing a suit. Here is a (slightly edited) rundown of their tips for a flawless fit.

What the modern man’s suit should look like:

One: no aggressive, Festrunk-esque plaids, you wild and crazy guy.

Two: no NBA draft night suits. It’s gotta fit.

If you’re a larger guy, don’t think you’re hiding anything by draping extra fabric on your body. You are not a cereal box, sir.

A few basic rules:

  • The jacket: It should hug your shoulders, but not restrict movement.
  • Jacket movement test: Shake hands. Anything come out of place? Buttons OK? Then you’re good.
  • Sleeve fit test: Let your arms hang and make a fist. If the cuff hits past your knuckles, that jacket’s too big, fella.
  • Sleeve fit tip: It’s okay if the sleeves are short. This is why God invented cufflinks.
  • About the pants: You shouldn’t need a belt. You should wear a belt. But you shouldn’t need one.

Why you should get separates

The ability to bring the vest into play is key. Changes the whole getup. And there’s nothing wrong with rocking a jacket over jeans.

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