How To Style: Double Monk Straps


Sitting somewhere between an Oxford shoe and a loafer, the monk strap has the DNA of a slip-on, while retaining the tongue and vamp commonly found on its lace-up cousins. That single, titular strap, finished typically with one or two buckles and fastening across the instep, offers a distinctly different feel to a lace-up.

In recent years, double monks have been quite popular and quickly adopted by style-conscious guys who just fancied a change from their Oxfords – providing a much-needed, fashion-forward alternative to the usual dress shoe suspects.

With so many kinds of double monk strap shoes in the market, it can be hard to choose. Here’s a quick and easy heel-to-toe guide to buckling up!

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The 4 best barbershops to get a fresh look for 2019


New year, New you. 2019 is here, and even if you don’t have your resolutions down to pat yet, you can always ring in a brand new year with a fresh haircut that’ll make you feel like a brand new man. Who knows – it might just give you the extra bit of motivation to stick to those resolutions. Here are the 4 most stylish barbershops from around Singapore that will turn you into a true gent.

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How To Style: Polo Shirts


Falling between a T-shirt and a dress shirt, the Polo shirt typically comes with less enthusiasm or affection. Yet it deserves more love than it gets because it’s the perfect garment for many events that aren’t formal nor casual. Apart from plain piques and being associated as an unimaginative sartorial choice, there are many ways to style the Polo Shirt. Read this guide to find out more!

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5 Key Casual Pieces You Need In Your Wardrobe


Casual wear means looking stylish yet feeling comfortable at the same time. Which is why it seems quite a challenge because most days comfort = losing all sense of style. But that doesn’t have to be the case. Casual dressing these days embodies a sense of streetwear and tend to lean towards the most basic wardrobe pieces. It’s all about layering separates and choosing pieces that aren’t specific to any season.

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