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What To Wear at the Races

By Alex Noble

Dressing for the races is an interesting one, in the sense that so many people believe when they walk through the gates, they’ve arrived as the most stylish gent at the event…Unfortunately, more often than not, those with an obnoxious swagger are dressed in a car crash of an outfit, which usually includes a shiny […]

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The Death of the Suit

By Timothy Lord

What’s happened? Where’s it gone? And can it make a comeback?  You may think I’m overreacting; fashion constantly recycles and revisits itself and what is currently out of vogue will, more often than not, have its heyday again. Britney and Justin’s infamous double denim disaster is arguably very on trend right now; kitten heels clawed […]

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Dressing for Wimbledon; A Very British Affair

By Alex Noble

I would whole-heartedly argue that there aren’t more quintessentially British events out there than Wimbledon; meaning I believe it even surpasses the recent Royal Wedding (who am I kidding that was a British-American hybrid) – but enough about Harry and Meghan, as we turn our attention to King Rodger, Queen Serena and the Kingdom of […]

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Scandi Style: A DAYS MARCH Comes To London

By Adam

You may have seen last month that I swung by A Days March, to check out the new Berwick Street store a day before it was opened to the public. Well, if you didn’t and A Days March is new to you as a brand, I highly suggest you read on… With four stores in […]

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LFWM: St James’s Catwalk Show

By Rikesh Chauhan

With London Fashion Week Men’s in full swing, a host of influencers, celebrities as well as a who’s who of menswear descended onto Jermyn Street for an unmissable catwalk showcasing some of the UK’s biggest heritage brands. The show – which is open air and open to public throughout the day – features some of […]

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Native Youth SS18

By Alex Noble

We keep hearing it. Affordable Luxury. But what does it really actually mean? There are many brands laying claim to these ‘qualities’ and to be honest, here at Dapper Chapper, as open minded as we are, it’s often not something we advocate shouting about. What we like about a strong everyday-wear brand is that it […]

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St James’s London Fashion Week Men’s Open-Air Catwalk

By Adam

This weekend, the capital once again plays host to the ever-growing London Fashion Week Men’s, with a host of brands and designers demonstrating their innovation and creative ability in the form of exuberant catwalk shows and aesthetically pleasing (for the most part) exhibitions. One of my favourite areas in London, Jermyn Street at the heart of […]

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Dapper Details: The Anatomy of the Shirt Collar

By Alex Noble

Chaps, when you’re picking out a shirt, what questions go through your head? Colour? Slim, tailored or regular fit? Buttoned sleeve or Cufflinks? Collar? Although the crux of all of these questions ultimately ends with personal taste, the latter is an area that appears to cause chaps a few more problems. Why? Well, if you […]

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Spoke: It’s All About the Fit

By Adam

If you like what you read then DAPPER25  gets you £25 off your first order, minimum purchase of £75. When it comes to personal style and ensuring one looks ones best, it’s All About the Fit. No three (OK, four) words are more important when creating an outfit that seriously works because frankly, if your clothes don’t […]

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Best Dressed Men at The Royal Wedding

By Adam

David Beckham steals the show repping a morning coat by Dior Homme. The flair comes in the form of a contrasting double breasted waistcoat. Of course, he’s on point with the accessories with a gold pocket chain and the club master sunglasses. Nacho Figuero is one of the world’s greatest polo players and models for the likes of […]

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McAlson Swim Shorts – Perfect for Summer 2018

By Alex Noble

When going on holiday, many chaps don’t count swim shorts as a holiday essential; in fact they’re often seen as an afterthought, and something to buy on the cheap – you may want to rethink this tactic.  Dressing for the beach, or pool is not an easy thing to do for us blokes – we have one […]

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Mr Motif Pocket Squares

By Alex Noble

Some chaps like to dress functionally; you know the Asics Trainers with tailoring, Cargo pants with a million different pockets kind of looks; and I get it…In fact, no, I don’t. Frankly, it looks appalling and for me, style should never be sacrificed for functionality.  I imagine functional dressers become especially unstuck when it comes to […]

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Dressing for a Summer Party with M&S

By Adam

Unlike our European comrades, we’re sadly not blessed with guaranteed blue skies, warm seas or scorching temperatures during BST. Many UK-based Chappers also aren’t filled with the knowledge or ability to successfully innovate an eye-catching and seasonal outfit, especially for more formal occassions such as a garden party or wedding. Fear not, we’re here for you. Whether you’re […]

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Owning the Oxford

By Adam

Stamping an authority on a piece of clothing is not for the faint hearted and pretty tough considering we’ve been wearing clothing of some sort for thousands of years. It can be done. We’ve seen the likes of Thomas Pink launch their White Shirt Bar and Burberry own the Mac, but they are big-name brands. […]