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The men’s suit is, without question, the most universal and steadfastly appropriate item in a gentleman’s wardrobe. There are few occasions at which a man in a quality suit will be out of place, particularly if the wearer has a firm grasp of fashion and an established personal style. The path to elegant style begins with the suit, the cornerstone of men’s fashion.
Whether you’re looking for a slimfit suit, a plus size, or something for a special occasion, Suits District in Monksland, Athlone has something for everyone.
A rainbow or delicious pastels and vibrant, rich, hues have sprung up in the shops, welcoming the arrival of the summer. They are shades for all of us to our style and moods. Here is how to wear summer’s best colours.
As we settle into a new season many people are looking at their wardrobes and shaking their heads.
In this week’s column I want to focus on the conundrum of dressing for Communion, christening, and confirmation. I believe that if you look the best you can and feel good in what you wear, you will be confident.
1. Wearing oversized outfits. Big may be beautiful but not if you are wearing pants which are way too large, a jacket which does not fit properly at the shoulders or a T-shirt which could happily accommodate your entire family. If you are generously proportioned do not make the mistake of hiding inside extensive layers in the hope of looking more svelte. Always dress to suit your size and make sure any clothes you buy in the sales fit properly and make the most of your figure.
Faheys on Main Street, Castlebar, has announced the launch of the 2014 Communion dress collection on Friday December 27.
Suit Republic is one of leading retail and wholesale suppliers of quality suits and casual menswear in Galway.
Louis Copeland and Sons, located on Merchants Road in Galway city, this week launched their ‘Tailor Made Suits’ collection, with the help of professional rugby players Eoin Griffin, Kieran Marmion, Robbie Henshaw, and Andrew Browne.
Everyone is born with a certain inclination towards colour. By the time we grow up we may have lost some of that personal colour sense.