Hello my lovely people!!! Over the past five years or so, traditional British menswear has enjoyed a renaissance. Born out of a resurgent interest in Savile Row (spurred on by events like London Collections: Men), and a backlash against the late 1990s and early 2000’s notion of the sparkly-teethed, perfectly manicured, sarong-wearing ‘metrosexual’, late 2000s menswear went old-school.We turned our backs on bling, showy branding and conspicuous consumerism, and heralded the return of Britain’s rich tailoring heritage. With that nostalgia came the resurgence of the dandy, and many of us not being able to move for tweed waistcoats and paisley pocket squares over the course of several seasons.But these things are cyclical and inevitably we’ve started to shed our uniform of three-pieces, brogues and bow ties for something comparatively relaxed. Thankfully, this doesn’t mean an ill-judged return to Kappa track tops but something far sleeker instead: technical tailoring, a fusion of modern tailored silhouettes with performance-led fabrics and design features.
Today, the new consumer is looking for lighter, more active tailoring which reflects his lifestyle. Coming to our association for today; Paresh Lamba Signatures leaves no stone unturned to awe us with another range of tailored and bespoke wear. Keeping the
festive mood in mind; this outfit falls perfectly in the go to party/festive outfit, this season.
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