Breguet is a Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches, founded in Paris in 1775 and currently part of The Swatch Group. Considered one of the oldest watch-making company’s, Breguet watches are often easily recognized for their coin-edge cases, guilloché dials and blue pomme hands. The latest addition to its line of watches is the Classique 7147 40mm – the time-piece consists of a lovely enamel dial, painted black Breguet numerals and minute track – it’s a dress watch that is technically flawless and offers movement to spare. The dial is very easy on the eyes and tremendously impressive. Breguet will offer this watch in both white gold and rose gold, and they will retail handsomely – so save-up gents!
Once you put an outfit together and are ready to hit the town hard, its important to not forget the finishing touch… a damn good watch. A watch says a lot about a dude and its important to invest some dough on a timepiece. Forget the shiny crap that rappers try to make trendy, it only says that your trying to show off and that’s lame, it gets the initial attention but loses its appeal after a while. The Aquatimer Automatic 2000 a good example of a timeless watch that you can wear with a t-shirt and jeans as well as a three piece suit. Versatility is every mans game.
Black Cap-Toe Oxfords
We’re back into the swing of things with a select few sneakers, to fight the elements! Something very wearable that we could all afford, and at a time of such uncertainty, at least we can be certain that there’s still a lot of dope footwear out there.
Nike Flyknit Trainer
The Flyknit sneaker is ready for any situation, dubbed “Cirrus,” will fit into our wardrobe easily. The shape and construction of the shoe is simple and works well in the office as it does on the weekend. They were also created to be running sneakers, so they’re super comfortable.
Adidas x UNDFTD x Colette Campus 80
These sneakers are very similar to the more popular Stan Smith’s—but Colette and UNDFTD have come together to put their own fingerprints all over the shoes.
Air Jordan x Fragment Design 1s
If you have to dress casual then you can’t go wrong with Chuck Taylors. The low rise Chucks practically go with everything but a pair of trousers, so stick to jeans and khakis. The best thing about them though; is the fact that they can be worn without socks and are machine washable, booyah!
Outerwear isn’t the only thing that needs to change during the Fall and Winter months. Our entire grooming regimen needs needs to be updated, and most important on that list is how we smell. So now is the perfect time to have a closer look at our fragrance options to keep us feeling tip-top during the long months ahead. The fall and winter months command richer, fuller notes. Colognes that have woodsy aromas, are a sure bet and lend themselves to enhance our natural scent. Below are a few recommendations
Dior Sauvage – Top notes of bergamot, middle notes of frankincense, base notes of lavender and pepper create an earthy provocative mixture that will is sure to please anyone close enough to appreciate it.
Jo Malone Incense & Cedrat – A mixture of incense, citrus and undertones of cedar lighten up the fragrance, giving it depth and character to the scent, just in time for the changing leaves.
Atelier des Ors Aube Rubis – An offering of a luxurious, warming, and inviting fall fragrance. The top notes of grapefruit and bergamot, but this unique fragrance comes alive as the sage combined with the iris lends an exciting edge to the feel of the patchouli.
One of the best colognes on the market right now. We can put on this cologne in the morning and be confident that by the end of the day the scent will only get better as our body bonds with it.
It’s that time of the year again – the Fall foliage, hot apple cider (with a hint of brandy) and long walks in the park as we take the time to enjoy the last days of Summer. In the spirit of the season, we’re going to offer up a few pair of stylish sunglasses that will make our outfits come together, while shielding the eyes from the harmful rays of the sun.
Persol – 714 Folding Sunglasses – if you must make a statement during an evening stroll – let it be with these ultra cool pair of sunglasses.
Tom Ford – Private Collection Aviator-Style Horn Sunglasses – made in Italy from gold and buffalo horn (from real Buffalo’s! Wavy.)
Bottega Veneta – Square-Frame Tortoiseshell Acetate Sunglasses – retro square frames to add some symmetry to that round mug – can you dig it!?
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