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The bared ankle & the skinny suit: in London

Men’s suit styles haven’t altered course by any great degree over the past few years, sticking largely to classic and slim cuts where the mainstream is concerned. For the less conventional there’s the roomier option of pleated pants or the daring option of super-skinny. The latter, of course, comes down largely to having the physique to pull it off.

Street style roundup from London men’s

From David Gandy to Jourdan Dunn and Chermarn Boonyasak, our latest street style roundup for Witchery’s ‘W’ Edit treats you to some highlights from the most recent edition of London Collections: Men. Being men’s week, the gents on the street were looking particularly dapper – making for perfect inspiration on both your formal and informal dressing.

How to match your watch to your suit

It is the most worn accessory piece by men, but despite that, a watch should still come across as a testimony of style, and nothing like a timeless design to further emphasize this statement. When it comes to watches and suits, some things are clear cut and obvious, like the fact that a dress watch is supposed to be small, discreet, elegant. Other actions instead,…

8 of the best bright nail polishes for summer

During summer is when an outfit, no matter how perfectly put together, just doesn’t feel complete without a bright nail polish used to both highlight its attitude, and serve as the ultimate accessory. In between vivid lavender, luminous lemon, sea green and bright neon orange, there are plenty of pretty, beach-worthy shades for every woman to rock as part of her summer 2014 beauty routine.…

The dandy femme: in London

Pulling off a female dandy look comes down to more than just a pair of pants: it’s about choosing the right accessories. This look, photographed in London during the London Collections: Men, was accessorised perfectly by a feathered fedora, sunglasses, and attitude.

Jack Guinness & the slim-cut suit: in London

Not many men have made a career out of their personal style, but Jack Guinness – he of the exceptionally well-maintained, deliberately dishevelled beard and tousled hair – has become more social fixture than model. A penchant for slim-cut suits that compliment his frame, and for careful dapper-but-not-too-dandy accessorising are clearly part of the reason why.

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