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Sunday, January 30, 2011

Look at the Time

Whats the perfect complement to a great outfit?

A watch

A nice watch is the perfect way to complement you outfit, while making you look more accomplished, as long as it's a nice one.

Help me bring back an old fad that never should have gone out. Please, buy a Rolex pocket watch and follow my lead.

Above is a Audemars Piguet
Above is a 1920 Rolex pocket watch

Looking Like A High Roller (dressing for the interview) part. 4

Gucci Crocodile Attache Briefcase


    When you walk into an office building to go to an interview you need to not just look good, but also prepared. That is why I suggest every business man own an Attache briefcase to keep themselves organized. One of these bad boys will keep your work organized and will add a professional look that even "A Touch of Gray" can't give you. However, since I'm writing a higher end blog I must suggest this beautiful attache briefcase from Gucci. Although like most people, I despise their overly monogrammed trash bags, I happen to love this marvelous briefcase. Priced at about $16,000, this hand made attache case is one of the most expensive briefcases around, understandably since it is made out of crocodile, brown suede, gold and comes with a removable leather dossier.

Looking Snazzy (dressing for the interview) part. 3

      When wearing a suit I say you should always go all out to look your best and be fashionable, and current a few trends have re-entered the fashion world. Items such as pocket squares, scarves, skinny ties, tie bars and business card holders have reared their beautiful heads once again.
      Some of you may be asking,what are the best trends and what vendor sells the highest quality merchandise?
       Well, that what I'm here for, to show you the best, the most expensive and the most fashionable merchandise.

              I must say, my current favorite fad is the pocket square. Many companies make them and the brighter they come most likely the better, especially on a black or dark blue suit. However, I do warn you if you buy a tie and pocket square together do not match them because it will look ridiculous. There are a few companies that make exceptionally fantastic pocket squares. From top to bottom, Bespoke (custom made), Stefano Ricci ($99 to $500), Hermes ($225 to $500), Charvet ($90) and Drakes London ($250).