You gents have been asking me for a while to do a tutorial on how I tie my shoe laces. Sorry it's taken so long, but here it is. I've done some research in order to see if I can find a name for this particular kind of lacing, but unfortunately iwth the trillion different … Continue reading Formal Lacing – a step by step guide
The winged puff. One of my new favourite folds, it so simple to do, but looks really neat and fancy. Hope the tutorial below helps show how easy it is. The pocket square being used here is by Heywood 1922 and is called Clarence's hank Okay. Stay fancy.
Okay. So, I know this will now make my 3rd "how to tie a bow tie" post on the blog. And I promise, it will possibly be the last. But this is Nick Wooster teaching us how to tie a bow tie, and this is Wooster Wednesday. The other reason I stuck it on … Continue reading Wooster Wednesday #8
I know I've already done a 'how to' on bow tie tying. I just had to share this one sent to me by @bthebumblebee on twitter. A little bit of stop frame amazingness. Look mom NO HANDS!! Okay. Stay Fancy.
The 2 point fold. The second in my series of pocket square folds. (sorry its taken so long) This one is quite easy, well, they're all pretty easy to be honest, but I'm hoping these tutorials make it even easier. I've got more coming so sit tight. I found this fold works best with a … Continue reading Folding a pocket square – The two point fold
I've ben looking for colored laces for a while, and they're really difficult to find here in South Africa, so when one of my best, blogger extraordinaire from hewhosayshmm was on a trip to the states I got him to pick up some from me. He found these guys at Nordstrom and pretty much bought … Continue reading New life for old shoes
Ok, so, you've found some pocket squares, and maybe like me, you've never owned a pocket square before. Now what? How do you fold this thing. Well, you'll be pleased to know that there are no less than 14 different pocket square folds out there. The one above is called the inverted puff and that's … Continue reading Folding a pocket square – The inverted puff