Having a great look doesn’t stop at your Seattle Barber.
You’ve gone to your favorite Seattle barber and have a fantastic cut. Now it’s time to complete the whole package. Check-out GQ Magazine’s article for tips on everything from pocket squares to custom scents and how to tie your tie:
Become a 21st-Century Gentleman
The new rules for looking—and living—like a civilized man
Embrace the Pocket Square
So you’ve got on a perfectly tailored blazer and your current favorite tie. Guess what? So does the next guy. Try distinguishing yourself the way elegant dressers like Clooney and Kanye do—with a pocket square. Choose a cotton, linen, or silk one and arrange it according to your comfort level. Here are your options.
Fold a white handkerchief in quarters and slip it into your breast pocket, folded-side down. It should stick out about half an inch.
Tuck in a square with textured trim or colored piping, folded-side down. Let the layers fan out and open up a bit (but still keep the exposed area to half an inch).
Try Glenn O’Brien’s breezy approach and allow an unfolded handkerchief to burst out of your . . .
And don’t forget to stop by the best Seattle Barber – Weldon Barber – for help in creating and maintaining that polished look.Tags: Dressing with Style, Suits, Fashion, Seattle Barber