The Power of Blue Blue has been a predominant color in men’s wardrobes for centuries and there is a great reason for it. Blue has a long history with male authority and power from as far back as 1738 when it was first adopted by the British navy. ICE BLUE The most formal blue for…

What Is A Personal Brand We know about the importance of company and product brands but what about YOUR BRAND? What are the perceptions others have of you?  Your brand. Everyone has one whether they realize it or not.  Think about the people you know… the ones who: are always late, talk big but delivers…

Why Women Have Buttons to the Left It’s likely you’ve never even realized this but men and women have their buttons on opposites sides of their garments.  Buttons with buttonholes for closing clothes first appeared in Germany during the 13th century. They soon spread to the rest of the world as they allowed for more body fitting…

History of Bombasting To call someone bombastic is to say they are overinflated and with little substance. This term originated in Elizabethan England when it was fashionable to bombast garments. This was to fill parts of garments with extra padding to look more intimating/powerful. Women wore filled sleeves, while men sported bombasted doublets to increase their girth and their codpieces to increase their manhood.…