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Some Men’s Fashion Blogs

We like to think that we do an awesome job of keeping our readers informed about what they should know when it comes to men’s fashion. As you may already know, this is a mission that is shared by many blogs out there (i.e. we’re not alone). We thought it would be appropriate to give a shout out to some of the other blogs there are out there. If there are any that we miss, please do let us know in the comments area.

I Luw Fashion: http://iluwfashion.blogspot.com/
General Men’s Fashion.

The Urban Gentleman: http://theurbangent.blogspot.com/
The Urban Gentleman is the modern gentleman. He is a man of style, class, culture, and of course he has a bit of swag.

French Tuckers: http://www.frenchtruckers.com/
French Truckers is a collective weblog about Fashion, Beauty, Health and Seduction for Men. It’s the English version of the famous French website “Comme un camion” (“Like a truck”) taken from the French expression “to be handsome as a truck”.

Metro Style Men: http://www.metrostylemen.com/
The stylish opinion and advice from a Metro Man! Helping men look good.

She Knows Best: http://www.sheknowsbest.com/
Every man needs a little fashion help. Get lifestyle tips for guys and be hot!

Ask Men: http://askmen.com/fashion/
All Aspects of Men’s Fashion.

Mark Simpson: http://www.marksimpson.com/
The Father of Metrosexuality, Mark Simpson, blogs about trends and fashion for men, the self-proclaimed “lesbosexual father of metrosexuality” offers all sorts of advice for men.

The Poste Office: http://leposte.blogspot.com/
A woman’s perspective on men’s clothing.

UndiesDrawer: http://www.undiesdrawer.com/
The essential men’s underwear blog.

Mode Male: http://male-mode.blogspot.com/
Fashion for me. News, pictures, reviews, and the next big thing.

Gear Patrol: http://www.gearpatrol.com/
Gear Patrol. Men’s source for the best gear, grooming, style, electronics, entertainment, women, outdoor, sports, fitness, games and insider tips. We’re in the business of showing you why being a man has never been so good. Updated daily.

Diary of a LabelLover: http://diaryofalabellover.typepad.com/
A.Fashionista ponders about the fashion ecosystem, dishes the dirty details on the shows, designer consignment and most of all how to develop personal style.

See Jack Shop: http://www.seejackshop.com/
Men’s fashion and style on a budget.

Men’s Flair: http://www.mensflair.com/
Men’s style as seen by those living it.

Finally, there is actually a pretty good directory of all the fashion blogs out there (again, this list may miss some): http://www.blogged.com/directory/shopping/clothing/fashion/mens-fashion


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Should I wear a pocket watch?

This question comes from Tim McDonald from North Dakota: Should I wear a pocket watch?

In order to understand the fashion statements that a pocket watch can make, one must understand the origins. Back in the day, pocket watches were a statement of wealth and class. They were very accurate time-keepers and were great for any occupation that required accurate time-keeping and scheduling: think of guys on wall-street in the early 1900s.

Nowadays, you don’t see many touting a pocket watch, but when you do, it does draw attention and makes a fashion statment like no other. It is usually preferable to wear a pocket watch when you are also wearing a vest. SuitUpp.com displayed a great Sean John 3-piece suit that is perfect for the pocket watch. 

It is usually customery to wear the pocket watch on the left as most people are right handed. Make sure that the pants that you wear this watch with are not too tight so that you can access the watch with a simple yank and without having to pull. Silver and Gold are the best fit for this type of a watch but nickel can also work.

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Should I button up My Suit?

This week’s question comes from Kim Stevens from LA who asked us whether her husband should button up her suit all the way…

This is a great question and, frankly, we’ve been asked this many times before. Fortunately, the answer is not so difficult. In general, if you leave your suit unbuttoned it portrays a more relaxed and somewhat less formal look while buttoning up your suit all the way presents a more conservative and serious look. To see an example of how an unbuttoned suit can look a little less formal, check out the Sean John 2-piece suit of the week at SuitUpp.com.

If you are to leave your suit buttoned up, you generally want to leave the bottom-most button unbuttoned. This is a convention that has somehow developed in the professional world and while there could be many explanations for it, “everyone else does it” seems to be the common one to go by…

Hope this helps,

Marco Raynault
Customer Evangelist


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Can I cuff my Jeans?

John Reid from North Carolina recently bought one of our Tallia Blazers. This blazer happens to look amazing with Jeans and so the question that arose for him was if it would make sense to cuff his Jeans while wearing this blazer (since his jeans were a bit too long).

John, the answer is, yes, you can do it. While most people don’t cuff their jeans, some do. It all depends on the look that you are trying to achieve. As long as you feel confident with the look and feel of the clothes, it is absolutely ok. Especially with the Tallia Blazer, we’re sure that you’ll be more than fine.

cuffed jeans

There are a few words of caution though. Don’t overdo the cuffing. If the jeans are really too long, then simple get them hemmed. Alternatively, you could try cuffing them in the reverse direction (i.e. towards the inside).

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Our Inaugural Blog Post

Hey Everyone,

Welcome to the SuitUpp.com official Blog. Since we started selling our high fashion suits we’ve been getting many many emails asking us about specifics with regards to sizes, material, and designs of the suits that we sell on the website. We realized that its important to create a community around our store so that when we do answer a question, everyone can benefit from the answer.

So, here’s the deal, please submit all your questions directly to me at marco [[ at ]] suitupp [[ . ]] com and I’ll be happy to answer them here.


Marco Raynault
Suitupp.com – Customer Evangelist

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