I do not like to wear French Cuff shirts because they are too much trouble in the morning.
Does this sound like you?
Most gentlemen do not know that there is a simple way to put on a French Cuff shirt so as to eliminate the hassle.
You fold over the cuff and put your cuff link through the cuff so that it is ready to wear before you put the shirt on.
Most gentlemen try and do it after they put the shirt on and then the trouble, imperfect fold and frustration set in.
You should be able to then stick your hand through the sleeve and cuff, but be careful so as not to apply too much pressure on your cufflink set.
Women love it; men don’t understand it.
Before the advent of air conditioning, there was little escape from the dog days of summer in dress clothing. For years, linen was the fabric of choice for keeping cool while looking good. Now,
linen has returned in a big way as a choice for men and women.
Because of its chemical makeup, linen is one of the coolest fabrics on earth, and is the lightest material used in tailored clothing construction. Derived from the flax plant, linen is unique in its ability to actually draw moisture away from the body.
Linen creates relaxed, yet sophisticated clothing. You can style jackets and suits with open patch pockets and dress them down with a crew neck shirt, a polo, or an open collar linen shirt. A
linen suit in navy or black is tremendously versatile: it looks great worn as a suit, but you can also wear the jacket separately as a blazer or the trousers alone with other jackets or sportswear.