By: Hiras Fashion Style Journal
The decade of the 80’s witnessed the surge of suit-clad women clamoring for recognition and success in the corporate ladder. But with fashion’s finicky state of mind, women’s business suits have since evolved and flourished over the next decades. From the boxy and heavily padded suit jackets of the 80’s to the 90’s tailored silhouette, fashion has rolled with the times and women willingly adapted to it.
Today, women’s bespoke suits, shirts, or jackets can be made in every shape and form, with a slim fitting silhouette as the popular choice among women.
When it comes to women’s style, a navy colored suit or blazer can instantly transform your chic style. Women probably have more fun out of all the fashion choices available to them, but bespoke tailoring for women resulted with the success of men’s bespoke.
Continue Reading: http://www.hiras.com/blog/2014/02/womens-bespoke-staying-chic-in-business-suits/
Here’s the trouble with “big and tall” clothing: there’s rarely much attention to the “and.” The majority of options will either be for “big,” i.e. broad, men, or else for tall men, but not for both.
The options for a man who is both tall and broadly-built are pretty much limited to huge, cloak-like shirts and jackets that drape loosely over anyone’s frame, no matter how big.
It’s the overkill approach — by making baggy, saggy clothes, they can produce a single size that at least won’t be too small for anyone. And if you don’t mind looking like a sack of potatoes it’ll do just fine, but most big guys like a little more definition to their shape.
Read More: http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/big-tall-clothes-men/
Yesterday, May 3,2017, Art Lewin spoke at the Fall Forward Event Hosted by Jeff Pinzon at The Double Tree by Hilton Hotel in Norwalk. As one of the main speakers, Art shared his success story of how he has become on the leading experts on Direct Marketing, Corporate Image Consulting and the Leading Custom Clothier to California's most prominent Corporate Stars to some of Hollywood's movie stars.
Art Lewin is the Owner & Creative Director of Executive Clothiers, one of the nation's premier Custom Clothiers.