It's great but it is hard work. It's helped me explore style i would have otherwise never tried and worked with some amazing people. I've been going for over 7 months now and loving it still. Have a look around and see what you think. http://themalestylist.com/
I think it's a great look. Using mediterranean elegance within an outfit like this gives a real statement and it suits you. Depending on how you want to style it you can use small red accessories to add statement, or greys and whites to add subtle styling. Hope that helps.
I think the issue with this piece is, whilst it's very elegant and looks fantastic, it's not flattering to a male figure. You can either look very scrawny underneath it, or look as if you're trying to cover up your gut. The shoot looks amazing though so many congrats!
hey, you inspired us to write a piece on this. It addresses the issue of the correct clothing to wear and how best to reduce the problem itself. Hope it helps! http://themalestylist.com/2014/07/11/3-ways-to-stop-excessive-sweating/
I very rarely like all white events outfit combinations but her outfit is beautifully complimented by his tailoring. The dark navy definition is certainly an elegant contrast for both her dress and his suit
I think it's a good look for her, though i think a little bit of navy detail (i.e. an elegant sapphire necklace) would nicely style the neckline a little more for her.
Currently it's Justin Timberlake, since he reinvented himself with Suit & Tie i've found it hard not to love everything he wears. Before that David Gandy, classic Italian styles on an englishman. Unbeatable!
I think the more casual style is what i'm going to go for, certainly a slimmer lapel and matte texture so should look sharp. May avoid the shoes though and stick to a simple black/black suede