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3 Rules for Wearing Stripes

April 23, 2017 1 comment

When it comes to style, stepping out of your comfort zone is not always the easiest. While making solid colors a main part of your wardrobe is so easy and does not require.....

What to Wear for Easter?

April 9, 2017 No comments

What to wear on Easter will depend on what you have planned for the day. Easter is usually associated with putting on your Sunday best. If you are not quite sure what that means the guideline below can certainly help.....

Shirts Fit for a King: Combining Style, Comfort & Convenience

April 1, 2017 No comments

Struggling to find a middle ground between dressing up and dressing casually? Like many guys, you may feel like there's no real happy medium between dressing to the nines and looking like you just finished raking the yard. Happily, you're.....


March 25, 2017 No comments

ENRO continues to be the leader in luxury cotton Non-Iron performance Dress and Casual Shirts. As the brand presents its Spring 2017 collection, we took to the studio and the streets of NYC to showcase the essential shirts you need.....

Style Tips to Refresh Your Look this Spring

March 4, 2017 No comments
New Season, New Wardrobe- Style Tips to Refresh Your Look this Spring

Spring is known as a time to declutter, take the old and replace it with the new and ultimately with the goal to achieve organization in all areas of life. A good place to start is your wardrobe. It’s time to start transitioning out of the colder ...

Fused or Canvassed?​

February 10, 2017 2 comments

In the market for a new suit or sportcoat? Remember that there are two methods to constructing the jacket. The most commonly used method is a Fused jacket. As the name implies, a fusible interlining is glued to the wool shell of the jacket While this keeps the total cost down, and does an adequate job of keeping the jacket’s shape.....


February 4, 2017 No comments

There are colors to wear other than navy, gray, white and black, so don’t be afraid of wearing some color. Those with warm, olive skin look best in yellows, reds, coppers, and other “warm” shades. While cool, blue-toned skin looks best in greens.....

​A Style History: Monogramming

January 28, 2017 No comments

Embroidered monogramming first appeared in the middle ages as a way to identify clothes at communal bathing facilities (picture). By the early 17th century, monogramming was adopted by the nobility and middle classes, who favored embroidered embellishments on clothing and home furnishings. In that era, large embroidered tapestries.....