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The Jeff Banks Savile Row Bespoke Suit

The third and final part in this series where I show you the final suit! More on the blog: https://goo.gl/v2iNRc

Getting dressed in the 18th century

A lady gets dressed in the fashion of 18th century. She puts on her clothes, with help in a particular order, including, a shift, stays, petticoats, pockets, roll, stockings and garters, gown and stomacher, apron and shoes. Read more about this from our curator Pauline Rushton on our blog: http://blog.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/2016/08/getting-dressed-in-the-18th-century/

A Day in the Life of a Minimalist

https://www.patreon.com/mattdavella ☝Support this channel & get all my unlisted videos New videos every week. New podcast every Wednesday. Podcast: http://groundupshow.com Newsletter: http://mattdavella.com/unstuck Instagram: http://instagram.com/mattdavella/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/mattdavella/ My Gear: https://kit.com/mattdavella About this video: A lot of people have misconceptions about minimalism. In this video I show you what a typical day in my life really looks like. Thanks for watching!

Business Casual Men's Shoes & How To Wear Them

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Suitsupply Review and Unboxing Lazio Cut - Dressing For The Career You Want

I recently purchased 4 suits from Suitsupply in the lazio cut. Today I review the Suitsupply suits, discuss how they fit, what I like and don't like about them and show you how the suit fits on me. My Website: http://www.101mentoring.com/ Sick and tired of the “Pick-up community”? There are more traditional, authentic ways to date that don’t feel fake or manipulative. If you want to learn more, check it out here: http://www.101mentoring.com/productsandservices/newdatingrules My Products and Services: http://www.101mentoring.com/productsandservices Grab a free copy of my ebook, The Unfair Advantage: http://www.101mentoring.com/ebook/unfairadvantage Ask me a question: http://www.101mentoring.com/askyourquestion As we enter the summer season, I felt it was the perfect time to update my wardrobe with new suits that are lighter, slim and that can breath. Enter, Suitsupply - I've purchased from this store before and found their selection of suits to be very good, very reasonable in price ($300-$500+ range), and uses great quality materials considering this price point. Also, and this is very important, Suitsupply targets the modern man with slimmer cuts, 'bolder' patterns and fun colours, should you dare. Of course, they also cater to the more traditional style as well. I purchased 4 suits online in the lazio cut and in today's video, I share with you my purchasing experience, the unboxing and my thoughts (pros and cons) of the suits and how they fit. I'm a huge proponent of dressing for success, dressing for the occasion and dressing well as a sign of respect. Clothes should be seen as investment and purchased as such. i hope you enjoy the video!

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