About & contact

Who am I?

I’m Nick, a middle-aged Norwegian blogger into heritage menswear, tweed, workwear, good shoes and interesting things. I specialise in waistcoats, brogues, denim and outerwear. I care strongly about the ethical and environmentally sound production of garments, in addition to where and how they are made. I am a staunch supporter of small and individual makers and brands.

By trade, I am a civil engineer and software developer.

The blog was started in February 2013.

Contact me on WellDressedDad(at)gmail.com, phone or Skype meetings only by prior arrangement.

FAQ:

Do you accept guest posts or paid post? No, please stop asking. I am happy to discuss collaborations, reviews and similar though.

Would you like to visit us and write about us? Yes, possibly, but please realise I don’t blog for profit and will require my expenses covered at the very least.

Media mentions:

My most recent mention was in the Norwegian magazine D2, a supplement to the leading financial newspaper Dagens Næringsliv. As far as I can tell the magazine has a readership of around 250.000. The article can be found here.

The Norwegian online magazine Divergent.

Esquire UK selected me as one of the “20 most stylish men on Instagram” in both 2014 and again in 2016!

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The Chinese edition of GQ have identified me as “One of Norway’s unique fashion style bloggers

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Huffington Post identified me as one of the “Fashionable men to follow on Instagram

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Shortlist Magazine included me in their “20 Instagram accounts that’ll make you dress better

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And Nordstrom featured me in their series where they “hook you up with the feeds you need

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Who reads the blog?

 

Current social media statistics (pr. 2/7/2019)

 

  • Typical monthly traffic 35.000 page reads by 15.000 readers.
  • Instagram 12800
  • Twitter 2020
  • Facebook 832

 

11 Comments

  • Kristijan 01/09/2016 at 10:20

    Hi,

    I was checking your Instagram pictures and found the one about the battle shirt repro.

    You could try http://whitefeathermfg.com/
    fardinse-on Instagram

    They are specialized in well made reproductions and maybe it’s interesting for them. I would get one too as I like the idea 🙂

    P.s. Thanks for following my me on Instagram I like your stuff too!

    Best
    Kristijan

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  • Richard Francis 16/12/2016 at 00:21

    Hi,
    Nice site. I am a long term Harris Tweed nut (I visited the islands on a youth trip in 1979 – a very long time ago). Stayed with me ever since. Those Swedish army trousers in wool. If you ever run across a pair in W36 L32/33 let me know…!

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    • nick 16/12/2016 at 07:46

      Hi Richard, thanks for the feedback. If you’re keen on the wool army trousers, try these guys in Sweden. I’m not sure of their sizing, but they have a good few pairs in stock! http://www.beredskapsboden.se/en/trousers/

      Reply
  • Oliver 17/12/2016 at 12:23

    Hi Nick,
    I am new to your blog. Great site!
    I note that you wear size 52 Nigel Cabourn Mallory waist coats.
    what size are you please as I am thinking about my chest size usually 44inch circumstance.
    Second question is what size Mallory tweed coat do you wear if the vest is 52 size.
    Any advice will be most appreciated.
    Best wishes,
    Oliver

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    • nick 18/12/2016 at 07:36

      Hi Oliver, thanks for your kind feedback. I do indeed wear 52 in the Mallory waistcoat, but I only wear 50 in the Mallory jacket. You’ll most likely want a size larger in each, as I’m a 42″ chest. I do’t wear my jacket over the waistcoat. Kind regards, Nick

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  • Patman 30/06/2017 at 22:25

    Nice corgi Nick?

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    • nick 30/06/2017 at 22:33

      Thank you! ?

      Reply
  • Phil James 30/07/2019 at 21:44

    Any chance of an article on silk handkerchiefs?

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    • nick 31/07/2019 at 11:38

      I have to confess that silk handkerchiefs are something I don’t own and have no real experience of. What would you like such an article to contain?

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      • Phil James 31/07/2019 at 20:34

        Reason for having a pocket handkerchief – adding a bit of sartorial elegance without the need for a tie.
        Not having matching handkerchief and tie.
        Ways to fold a pocket handkerchief.
        Materials that these handkerchiefs can be constructed from.
        Silk heritage – e.g. Macclesfield silk museum.
        Buying vintage – which brands to look out for e.g. Turnbull and Asser.

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