Rolling is a true art- Gotstyle wants to help you master it. Our style tutorial features Melissa (queen of the cuff), with a demonstration on how to properly roll shirt-sleeves and pants. Why is this significant to your life? Because the devil is in the details and you always want to look your best. Rolling sleeves correctly enables a show-off of the hip contrast cuff and lends the same cred as the Milanese street style icons who’ve embraced their ankles. Acquire this simple skill and you’ll wonder how you lived any other way. Consider the bowtie. Do your own and the pre-tie is a thing of the past.
Our short video tutorial shows just how simple it is to display the high style contrast cuffs. Rolling also adds subtle finesse to attire and allows for cool- even in the high heat of the season.
How to pick a “fashion” suit has been a really popular topic among our audience and after receiving several inquiries via our #AskGotstyle we took to making this video. Max, one of our accomplished stylists takes you through some the key features to look for when picking a fashion suit. We hope that this video helps you navigate this territory with confidence and ease. And as always, if you have any style or fashion questions you can:
Buying your first suit can be challenging, especially with all the mixed messaged you see in magazines and style blogs. Do you go with a single button, double button or double breasted, do you get a black, navy or charcoal suit? The choices are endless, so how does one go about picking the right suit?
This question is one of many we’ve received from our readers and customers which is why we’ve put together this quick video to help you on your way.
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With Toronto Pride right around the corner we’ve been getting a ton of messages asking for style tips on how to dress for the occasion. From first time goers to repeat vetrans, dressing up for Pride is much like any other event, it starts with your personality. It’s no secret that outfits only look their best when matched with the right personality. Having said that there are some key bits of information you may want to consider when picking your Pride outfit.
You’ll be outdoors most of the day. So pick an outfit that is comfortable and made of fabrics that breath like cottons and linens.
Whether you’re watching the parade or just hitting the party scene know that you’re going to be on your feet for several hours. As such, pick appropriate footwear.
Pride is all about colour so by all means brighten it up. Splashes of colour are always a good idea.
If you didn’t know we’re in the month of June, which means its going to be HOT. So, avoid wearing too many layers. K.I.S.S (Keep it simple sailor).
With these rules in mind we’ve put together some great looks that will have you feeling and looking your best this Pride weekend!
Parke and Ronen Redondo Holler Short: $145 Shop Now Number Lab Striped Ringer Tank: $85 Luigi Sardo Classic Canvas Low Cut Shoe: $60
Parke & Ronen Redondo Holler Short: $145 Shop Now Ted Baker Amalfi Coast Print Shirt: $155 Luigi Sardo Classic Canvas Low Cut Shoe: $60
Sol Angeles Canvas Chino Print Pants: $180 Parke and Ronen King’s Mesh Cardigan: $220 Vito Schoop T-Shirt: $38 Luigi Sardo Classic Canvas Low Cut Shoe: $60
Vito Striped T-Shirt: $38 Shop Now Ted Baker Flamingo Chino Shorts: $165 Luigi Sardo Classic Canvas Low Cut Shoe: $60
Zanerobe Sureshot Relaxed Chino Cut Shorts: $95 Shop Now Alternative Apparel Camo Contrast Crew Neck Tee: $45 Maians Sisto Clasico Spanish Plimsoll Canvas Rubber Sole Shoe: $120
Vito Cotton Twill Straight Cut Shorts: $68 Shop Now Johnny Love SS Check Shirt: $150 Shop Now Luigi Sardo Classic Canvas Low Cut Shoe: $60