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16 Overcoat Do's & Don'ts - Gentleman's Gazette

Never commit an overcoat faux pas again! - https://gentl.mn/overcoat-dos-donts OTHER GUIDES MENTIONED: 1. Boots 101 - https://gentl.mn/2jXyUKC 2. The Most Overrated Color in Menswear: Black - https://gentl.mn/2At79zS 3. Duffle Coat Guide - https://gentl.mn/2AsBgHO 4. The Fedora Hat Guide - https://gentl.mn/2j8BOeF 5. Homburg Hat - https://gentl.mn/2AtCClE 6. How A Suit Should Fit - https://gentl.mn/2j4xUDJ 7. Is It Worth It? The Burberry Trench Coat - https://gentl.mn/2CoQBdM 8. Sleeve Length Guide - https://gentl.mn/2kvXxgU SHOP THE VIDEO: 1. Reversible Scarf in Burgundy Red and Blue - https://gentl.mn/2o6zQRJ 2. Edelweiss Boutonniere - https://gentl.mn/2BjDyga 3. Petrol Blue Men's Gloves - https://gentl.mn/2CeGM1X 1. Don't just buy the same black boring overcoat that every other man out there has. Black, in my opinion, is quite overrated especially for overcoats because it shows every little hair and dust speck and you just blend in. 2. Do look for longer overcoats. By that, I mean something that covers your knee because you stay warmer that way and traditionally, it's a very classic look that won't go out of style anytime soon. 3. Do opt for hundred percent natural materials in overcoats. Unfortunately, even expensive overcoats these days are often blended because it makes the fabric less expensive and thus more affordable or increases the profit margins of the manufacturer. While polyester nylon fibers can make a garment more durable, they're not as insulating as natural fibers such as cashmere, or wool, or alpaca, and because of that, I'd stay clear of them. 4. Don't buy an overcoat with a zipper. Yes, you can see them in ski jackets and functional jackets but an overcoat is a classic garment that is stylish and as such, you'd go with buttons. 5. Opt for a double-breasted one. Yes, it's true that single-breasted coats are the norm out there but double breasted ones make you stand out from the crowd and on top of that, they keep you warmer because they have two layers of fabric on top of each other. 6. Don't forget the Hat. An overcoat is great to be worn with a hat because it keeps you warmer and because it's a classic garment, it is stylish, a hat always works well together. 7. Do wear a boutonniere or a pocket square with your overcoat. 8. Don't buy an overcoat that is too large and baggy because it makes you look unattractive. First of all, determine how you want to wear your overcoat. If you do want to wear a jacket underneath, make sure you have enough room in your overcoat. 9. Do look for striking yet classic details. No, I don't want you to wear bright orange reflective overcoats, however, I urge you to consider maybe an interesting weave in the fabric such as on this one here, where you can see, it consists out of gray, black, and blue, and because of that, it's super versatile because I can wear with all kinds of suits in those colors. 10. Don't buy overcoats that combine the styles of different overcoats because they will look dated very quickly. 11. Don't be afraid to invest a little money in a good-quality overcoat because it's something that will last you longer than a suit most of the time and you also have to buy fewer of them. 12. Do consider vintage overcoats. Personally, I love vintage overcoats because they have heavier fabrics that drape really really well and on top of that, they have interesting color combinations such as the coat I'm wearing here right now, in fact, most of the overcoats in my collection are vintage. 13. Don't mix an overcoat with casual attire. If you want to wear your sweatpants, maybe go with a quilted jacket or a hoodie and leave the overcoat at home. 14. Do look for heavy fabrics in an overcoat because they're much more forgiving, they don't show wrinkles as easily, and they'll keep you warm. 15. Don't show any cuff on an overcoat. With regular suit jackets or sport coats, most men want to show a little bit of their shirt cuff. With an overcoat, that's not the case, you want it to reach all the way down to the beginning of your thumb. 16. Do look for the little button in the vent area because when it's very windy, you can just close it and stay warmer that way. BONUS: If you wear an overcoat, try to add classic accessories such as a scarf or gloves. #overcoatsformen #mensovercoats #notsponsored --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Want to stay updated? Sign up here for free: https://gentl.mn/2yq51He Want to see more videos? Subscribe to our channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/thegentlemansgazette --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gentleman's Gazette https://gentl.mn/2j4V1hH Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gentlemansgazette FREE EBOOK: https://gentl.mn/2yq51He

Can Short Men Wear Double Breasted Suits?

People often tell shorter men not to wear double-breasted suits because they will end up looking even shorter. The truth is, short men CAN wear DB suits and jackets, but they have to keep three things in mind: #1: Make sure it fits impeccably well #2: Keep the jacket cropped extra short #3: Go with 4 buttons instead of 6 buttons (4x2 or 4x1 configuration) Full suit pic: https://instagram.com/p/3o6DOjiOsE/ Full post w/ pics: http://goo.gl/T5Kkg7 — MY GEAR ▪ Canon T6i → http://geni.us/4kSX ▪ Laptop → http://fave.co/2hgKaDF ▪ Laptop stand → http://fave.co/2vQwBj3 ▪ Lens #1 (50mm) → http://geni.us/OiE9 ▪ Lens #2 (10-18mm) → http://geni.us/qgGQckE ▪ Lens #3 (24mm) → http://geni.us/x61A ▪ Lav mic → http://geni.us/ZBlvGh ▪ Desk mic → http://geni.us/wCdS7t2 — YOUTUBE MUSIC → https://goo.gl/UhwtMb — STYLE GUIDES ▪ Free E-Books → http://mdst.mn/guide-pack ▪ Premium Guide → http://mdst.mn/tmmsg — FOLLOW ME ▪ Podcast → http://fave.co/2vej94M ▪ Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/modestmanstyle/ ▪ Twitter → https://twitter.com/modestmanstyle ▪ Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/modestmanblog/ ▪ Private Group → https://www.facebook.com/groups/modestmen — Contains affiliate links // Stay stylish!

HOW TO STYLE A SUIT 3 WAYS: DOUBLE BREASTED

YO WHATS UP! This is a video showing you how to style a suit 3 ways and the suit design of choice is double breasted. I find that a lot of guy shy away from double breasted suit and I get it. They are different and most of the time they are hard to fit because of the front wrap that they have. I hope this video open up more possibilities for you the next time you want to try them out. Thanks for watch and remember to subscribe to this style channel and also visit my DIY Fashion Blog as well: http://norrisdantaford.com

How Many Suits Does A Man Really Need? & What Suit Style & Color To Buy - Gentleman's Gazette

Explore the different styles of suits you can add to your wardrobe: https://gentl.mn/2IfViso #suits #suitsformen #notsponsored Guides you do not want to miss: HOW A SUIT SHOULD FIT: https://gentl.mn/2JmfOct Flannel Guide: https://gentl.mn/2pQy2dP Worsted Wool Guide: https://gentl.mn/2pR17WJ SHOP THE VIDEO: 1. Eagle Claw Cufflinks with Carnelian Balls - https://gentl.mn/2GHYD6C 2. Grey Socks with Light Grey and Black Clocks - https://gentl.mn/2GCMboC 3. Grey Boot Laces - https://gentl.mn/2pUa1l8 4. Madder Silk Tie in Dark Blue, Light Blue and Red - 5. Pocket Square in White Irish Linen - https://gentl.mn/2Gn1l1K The answer is between 1 and 100, there is no simple number. It all depends on your environment, your budget, and other considerations that you have to make. So that's not very helpful and because of that, we put together four different profiles of different men with different needs and requirements, and we walk you through exactly what kind of suit you need, what style, what color, what fabric, so you always look the part and you have exactly the right suit for the right occasion. For the man who normally never wears a suit. You're a student, maybe an IT professional, or just in a job where a suit is not required of you, ever. Maybe you work in every casual office, or you work from home, but a suit is just never something that has come up. In that case, I suggest you invest in one dark suit. I suggest you go with a single-breasted suit in a medium to lightweight that you can wear year-round. Now let's talk about the second type of man. You are someone who rarely wears a suit, you maybe work at a very casual office but every once in a while, when you have client contact or a business event, you'll need to get out some suits. In that case, it pays to have at least three suits otherwise, it would look like you only have one suit and you wear the same outfit over and over again which is never advantageous. So the three suits you should invest in are one, a dark navy suit and two, a dark charcoal suit. I suggest you get one of them in double-breasted because it's more formal and another one single-breasted with notch lapels because it's less formal. Ideally, you want maybe the navy suit to be double breasted because you can wear it as a blazer separately. With those two suits, you're covered for summer and spring weather, as well as for fall and for a winter, they work very well, they're unpretentious, they're very professional, and you'll always be well respected and look at the part. For the gray flannel, you want something a little heavier about of 350 to 400 grams. For the worsted navy suit, you go something with a little lighter about 270 to 300 grams just like in the other suit before. The third suit to invest in for you is something that's a little more casual. It's not as formal and dark and brown tones are ideal for that. It could be a Glen check with an over plaid, it could be a small houndstooth or just something that's a little lighter in color that has a pattern. The third type is men who wear a suit to work every day. Because of that, you need a larger rotation of suits because you can always get them stained and if you let your suits rest, they will actually last you longer. For most men in this category, it's enough to own 10 business suits because that's a two-week rotation. With ten suits, different shirts, ties, and shoes, you can create many outfits and it will never look like you're just repeating the same one over and over again. If you're starting out, you may not be able to afford 10 quality suits right from the bat and because of that, it pays to slowly build up that rotation, starting with the most versatile solid ones that we mentioned earlier. The fourth type of men is the suit lover. At this point, we can't talk about need anymore and the sky is the limit. It's all about how many suits you want and the limiting factor is likely the amount of closet space you have. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Want to stay updated? Sign up here for free: https://gentl.mn/2J4CEVy Want to see more videos? Subscribe to our channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/thegentlemansgazette --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gentleman's Gazette https://www.gentlemansgazette.com/ https://gentl.mn/2GlCaJ1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gentlemansgazette FREE EBOOK: https://gentl.mn/2J4CEVy

The Difference Between Suits & Tuxedos | 3 Tips To Choosing Between A Suit & A Tuxedo

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