THE REPORT

THIS WEEK

Appearing cool when you’re not isn’t an easy task. It’s easy to let your style go awry when it’s hot outside and stay in that ‘holiday mode’ in flip flops and shorts. However for those who rely on looking neat and presentable on a daily basis, it’s important to adjust your wardrobe for the heat. No one wants to be smothered by layers of fabric acting like an electric blanket in a sauna, but wearing a suit doesn’t mean you have to break you into a sweat. You’ve only got to look at the Italian gents sipping their Espressos in 40 degree heat, to realise looking suave and sophisticated is still possible even when you could fry an egg on the pavement. You see, the European’s know how to adapt their signature styles for the summer heat, which I’m ashamed to say we as Brits can often struggle to comprehend – but I blame that on the unreliability of our nation’s....

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Posted on 29/05/2015

At this point of the year you really feel the need to make the effort to go outside and enjoy the weather whilst it lasts. Whether it’s heading to the beach or spending some time exploring the countryside, you still need to adapt to your environment. When it comes down to spending time outdoors there’s....

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Britain has a whole plethora of iconic eras from the Tudors to the Teddy Boys, but it’s modern history which has been the most inspirational when it comes to fashion. Sub cultures have been the source of many memorable trends over the past 60 years or so, with the Mods and Rockers of the 60s....

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