How a Gentleman Should Dress for a Job Interview
Landing your dream job isn’t always easy. Even with an impressive resume, nerves can get the best of usually-confident interviewees.
How can you stand out from the competition and make the best first impression during a job interview? Mr. Tailor provides his tips to look and act the part of a qualified professional.
Men's Dress Code Cheat Sheets: Breaking Down the Rules for Appropriate Dress
Whether it’s wedding season or the office holiday party, there’s likely a dress code. Before a big event or a new job, the thought of a dress code can be intimidating.
No one wants to be under or overdressed. There’s a wide range of dress codes and not everyone is on the same page about what each one means. While hosts might assume everyone knows what’s expected with a black tie invite, guests may be scratching their heads in confusion.
It’s okay not to have the guidelines committed to memory. Next time an invite comes your way, don’t stress – just take a look at our cheat sheets.
How to Dress Cool in DC Heat
The last lingering days of summer are usually the hottest. It’s tempting to forget the status-quo on dress code entirely, but the chances are high that flip flops and swim trunks won’t be appropriate for every summer event you’ll attend.
The challenge of summer is dressing comfortably cool while keeping a polished style. Practicality takes precedent in extreme temperatures. Whether your holding down the office or taking time off for seasonal adventures, Mr. Tailor knows how you can put together a practical look that will take the heat.
The Gentleman's Guide to Summer Suit Fabrics
Dark, heavy fabrics aren’t easy to manage during the hot months of summer. As days get longer and warmer, it’s time to trade in fall and winter suits for their lighter counterparts. Don’t sweat it – Mr. Tailor offers a few recommendations for keeping (and looking) comfortably cool.
How to Pull Off a White Dinner Jacket This Wedding Season
Black tie doesn’t limit you to a black tux. Stand out in the crowd in a surprising alternative – the white dinner jacket. This jacket is for the gentleman looking to make an impression. While some consider white jackets a warm weather option only, the look is increasingly accepted as a formal wear staple.