Three Tips to Have the Best Looking Groomsmen on Wedding Day! [caption id="attachment_898" align="aligncenter" width="683"] A groomsmen suit in navy[/caption] 1. Pick a suit style which is neither too generous nor too slim in fit. This will avoid awkward fit issues and will simplify suit alteration process for all involved.    2.Suggest a uniform white shirt style for all...

Style Code IncBusiness casual can have a variety of different meanings, depending on a number of mitigating factors, so it’s no wonder that a lot of people have a hard time determining what’s appropriate to wear to work and what isn’t. It can be especially challenging if you’re just starting a brand-new job or are entering into a particular industry with no prior experience. Even companies within the same sector or industry can have their own individual set of expectations when it comes to work attire, making it all the more difficult to get a sense of how you should dress. Hiring a professional image consultant can help you navigate the course waters of what defines business casual attire for your company, overall office culture, and even the country in which you reside or work. For your own personal reference, here’s a list of things you should and shouldn’t do when it comes to incorporating appropriate and professional casual attire in your wardrobe.

Many men underestimate the power of high quality and stylish accessories by assuming that they’re overhyped and unnecessary. Of course, nothing could be further from the truth. As any professional wardrobe styling consultant in Toronto will tell you, accessories can actually add many subtle nuances to your outfit that make it more interesting and visually appealing in ways you otherwise might not have noticed. Depending on the overall type of look you’re going for, the right accessories can help influence your style, spruce up even the simplest ensembles, and project either a professional or casual image that’s appropriate for a variety of occasions.  

Groomsmen attireEveryone knows that the bride and her bridesmaids are the focal points of every wedding, but that doesn’t mean that as the groom, you and your best buddies get an automatic free pass to look sloppy and unkempt. Keep in mind that while all eyes are on the bride, her eyes will be on you and that should be motivation enough to look your absolute best on your big day and to make sure that your groomsmen follow suit (pun intended). Whether you’re ultimate objective is to look clean cut and dapper or even if you’re going for a more casual look, just make sure that the overall ensemble is cohesive while still allowing your groomsmen to express their unique sense of style, especially if they’re purchasing their attire rather than renting. Take the guesswork out of choosing the right custom-designed wedding suits by consulting a professional men’s formalwear stylist in Toronto. Here’s a guide to helping your groomsmen choose the right attire for your wedding day.

Whether you’re a recent college or university graduate who’s trying to transition from being a full-time student to entering the professional workforce or a middle-aged man who’s simply trying to revamp his wardrobe to look more professional, changing your style can be an intimidating task to take on by yourself. A lot of men struggle with the concept of evolving their personal style to suit the ever-changing needs of their lifestyle, but the fact is that as you grow older, your style needs to mature to aptly fit the new image you’re trying to project. If this is something you need assistance with accomplishing, then you should consider hiring a personal stylist. Style Code Inc. is quickly becoming one of the most renowned personal styling services for men in North York, Ontario. Here are a few key reasons why:

The adage “never judge a book by its cover” might apply to most situations in life, but it most definitely has no place in most professional environments. As a general rule of thumb, the way you dress at work should indicate exactly how passionate you are about the work that you do. The fact is that the way you present yourself on a daily basis ultimately shapes people’s perceptions of the type of employee you are in the same way that your work environment should also dictate and influence the way you dress. For instance, wearing worn out and dirty old jeans to a construction site is perfectly acceptable and understandable; but, wearing a hoodie and jeans to an office job is a major faux pas. The same can be said about real estate agents. Whether you like it or not, part of selling other people’s properties also means dressing the part and making sure you fit in with your locale and clientele. If you happen to specialize in real estate in the North York area, then having an executive style consultant who’s familiar with local fashion trends can help you put together suitable and professional business attire to impress your clients and colleagues.

In honour of National Necktie Day, which happens to be on October 18, 2017, it’s only fitting to talk about the different fashion mistakes men often make when attempting to wear ties. Neckties, in particular, are a tricky breed for a lot of men, especially young professionals who are novices in the workplace, because they’re often wrongfully associated with old-fashioned trends. Luckily, with the help of a highly skilled men’s personal stylist in Toronto, you can learn how to properly tie a necktie, choose the right length for your body type, and choose matching patterns and colours.

For a lot of inexperienced professional men, finding a suit that fits perfectly and proportionately can be like finding a theoretical needle in a haystack. Many men who’ve rarely worn a suit or only had to wear a suit for special occasions likely don’t know what to look for in a good quality, well-fitting suit. Of course, there are numerous specifications that must be taken into consideration before purchasing any professional menswear, especially a brand-new suit. Men who need assistance picking out and buying professional suits in North York can easily find a convenient one-stop-shop and expert advice without having to venture too far outside of their comfort zones or break the bank.

Toronto, Canada, September 14, 2017 – Style Code Inc. (http://style-code.ca/), a North York-based private men’s fashion boutique, is proud to announce that the new Autumn/Winter Sand Copenhagen collection has finally arrived. Sand Copenhagen is a world-renowned high-fashion design and apparel manufacturing company based in Copenhagen, Denmark. It was established in the 1980s by style power couple...