Monthly Archives : December 2013

Nigel Cabourn womens collection available


Reading Time: 2 minutesOk, so this may be only tangentially interesting on a blog dealing with menswear, but as a fan of Nigel Cabourn I couldn’t help but be interested when the much hinted at collection for women is finally available. At least some of it is available. And very nice it is too. Full details on their website, but a few preview…

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The best of Fruit & Menswear Volume 1


Reading Time: 2 minutesThe past few weeks have seen me present a small art project by way of my Instagram account. Art? Well, I’m sure that is quite debatable, but why not try a new, tangy twist to the tired sartorial photography? So, in the spirit of up-cycling, I present Volume 1 of “Fruit & Menswear”. All installations, concepts and photography by yours…

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In case you were wondering…


Reading Time: 3 minutesDear Reader, in case you were flailing in thought, ponderously wondering, instigating investigations, all in search of the perfect present to your favourite mediocre menswear blogger, despair no more, here I will reveal what my heart is set on this Xmas… Given that my semi-popular and fairly regular feature Waistcoat Wednesday has been on a forced hiatus (due to running…

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Web-shops of distinction, a few tips on getting it right


Reading Time: 9 minutesBeing interested in clothes I occasionally peek around various shops on the web. Not that often though, and not really with very much joy either. Why, you may wonder? Well, while a lot of effort will usually go into creating a physical shop of distinction, the same effort is rarely put into creating a singular shop on-line. Why is this?…

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How I learnt to love a trouser press


Reading Time: 5 minutesEvery hotel room in the world appears to have one, at least all those I’ve visited do. They´re mounted on the wall, always just at the edge of your vision, slightly anonymous, yet also mysterious. An odd-looking device, somewhat technological, but also a little furniture-like. The mystery is compounded by the fact that there is never any real indication of…

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Back to the future: Red Wing Supersoles


Reading Time: 7 minutesI considered that this may bring Well Dressed Dad’s blog to boot overload – but of course, a man can never talk or know too much about stout footwear. And besides, I’m excited. The Red Wing Supersoles has a nostalgic place in my heart from my younger days. Singular appearance and actually tougher than old boots. Without raking over old…

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