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The Smart Casual Conundrum

By Alex Noble

God, this is a toughie. For us chaps, receiving an invitation to a birthday celebration, launch party, New Years Do etc. which contains the words smart casual, usually scares the living daylights out of us. There’s also the unsavory beast of ‘business casual’ to tackle. Those employers trying to trip you up by ensuring you arrive […]

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The Chapar: Online Personal Styling for Men

By Adam

Over the last 18 months we’ve been sent a link to The Chapar scores of times, with members of our community stating to us that ‘you should review these guys’. Mild similarities in the name aside, they were all right, we should have indeed reviewed this service by now because it supports exactly what we […]

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Refined luxury for true purveyors of denim

By Adam

You may not have heard of Jacob Cohen, you may have possibly seen the recent advertisements in the men’s glossies. But to hazard a guess, your interaction with the brand has been limited. Now, as you know, we love finding and discovering new gems, and on this one, we were lucky enough to have a […]

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Remi Relief

By Adam

You may remember this time last year, as we entered layering season, we started championing a host of Japanese brands. Well we have another for you… Introducing Remi Relief. Mr Yutaka Goto is the man behind the brand which is inspired by U.S skater and surfer looks. Like most premium japanese labels it uses high-quality […]

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Luxury Boxer Shorts for Gentleman: McAlson Review

By Adam

This week we’ve been fortunate enough to get our hands on McAlson’s luxury boxer shorts and we’re seriously impressed with what we’ve found. Developed from some of Europe’s finest cottons, the undergarments effortlessly combine style and comfort in a way that we’ve never encountered before. Incorporating a unique and revolutionary cotton inside support, the boxers […]

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Dapper Details: The Pocket Square

By Alex Noble

This item of clothing, if you can even call it that, causes a bit of a dilemma for people who like to dress functionally because, in actual fact, it’s a functionally useless piece of cloth, which fits a functionally useless pocket. (Apart from a peg for a closed pair of sunglasses). However, from reading my […]

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This week on the High Street

By Gary Dennis

Berhska Jacket – This jacket by Bershka could not be more Autumnal if it tried, and that isn’t a bad thing at all. We like the way that the faux-fur collar can be easily removed so it can match your look. £55.99 from Bershka   Timberland Boots – If you are looking for a pair […]

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Lace Bow-Ties by Marwood

By Adam

Last year, you may have seen me blog about cotton-lace pocket squares by Marwood. They got a really positive review which you can read here. The time, we’ve taken a look at the the cotton lace bow ties which are trademarked by Marwood and one of the best sellers. Beautiful, aren’t they? They are handmade using […]

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An Anglo-Italian Tailoring Hyrbid

By Alex Noble

Creative people, you know the properly innovative types who perhaps dress extremely flamboyantly or use heavy metal music as a method of relaxation, often like to work alone. Yet, the Red Deer team, which consists of Lionel Real de Azúa, Ciarán O’Brien and Lucas Che Tizar AKA the tribe of makers, offer an all encompassing, […]

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St James London – Pop-up shops

By Rashpal Amrit

St James London welcomes three emerging contemporary brands this Autumn in the form of pop-ups. MR PORTER, Norweigian Rain with Y & Son’s and Grenson all have created some unique experiences enhancing the brands reputations. MR PORTER This month MR PORTER, the award winning online destination has created a Kingsman shop to celebrate the release […]

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This week on the High Street

By Gary Dennis

Burton suit – An affordable, tailored suit on  budget is hard to come by. Fortunately, Burton have recently launched a new suit range that ticks all the right boxes. One of the picks of the collection is this grey check 3-piece with notch lapels. £120 from Burton    H&M jumper – Sweater season is now […]

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Boot up for your winter style quest

By Adam

Seasonal dressing is different for everyone, some of us prefer getting kitted out for the summer months with a bit of Amalfi Coast style (think Jude Law in The Talented Mr Ripley) and others prefer the additional options that the colder months allow – a nice bit of layering and of course, boots! Now, to […]

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This week on the High Street

By Gary Dennis

M&S Blazer – A wool herringbone jacket is standard autumn attire so this 2-button suit jacket form Marks & Spencer is right on the money. It’s versatility means that it looks great for both formal and informal looks. £149 from M&S   River Island Jumper – Every wondered where the term ‘cable knit’ originated from? We heard […]

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Duchamp SS18

By Rashpal Amrit

Dapper Chapper was lucky enough to preview the latest offerings from Duchamp London. One of our favorite brands who never cease to amaze us with their latest offerings. After a mini-sabbatical, Duchamp are back with a bang in London. On first glance the collection is typically Duchamp in its nature. However, we see lots of great new additions. Duchamp has added many […]