The New Spier & Mackay Extra Slim Fit Dress Shirts — Review + Measurement Chart

Spier & Mackay is slowly becoming famous as being one of the best values around when it comes to dress clothing. They have excellent shirts, suits, jackets, and pants and super reasonable prices. Just about SuitSupply quality (maybe a touch below), but at even cheaper prices. We discussed the brand in greater detail in the last time we covered them here on the site when we reviewed their Slim Fit Dress shirt…

Review: The New Combatant Gentleman Suit (From Amazon)

By this point, most of you have likely heard about Combatant Gentlemen before, and also don’t have very positive things to say about them. For those of you that don’t know, this is just about everything you need to. So, what’s new with them? Well, like we spoke about last week, now they’re being sold and fulfilled through Amazon, and available on Amazon Prime with free 2-day shipping as well. And, presumably, they seem to have slightly new and updated products as well, boasting new materials, quality, and so on…

Watch Review: The Orient Sun & Moon Automatic

When it comes to the world of watches, there are really two different realms. There are automatic/mechanical watches, and then there is everything else. Yes, sure, there can be some super well-made, and very nice Quartz battery-powered watches. But nothing will ever come close to the engineering and precision of automatic watches, and the knowledge that the little thing on your wrist is powering itself through a series of intricate and tiny gears…

The Best Warby Parker Competitor Out There: Cubitts Spectacles

It is no secret that Warby Parker has essentially cornered the online, attainable luxury, eyeglasses market. Not to mention the fact that they are slowly building out a physical retail space empire. Nevertheless, there are still some worthwhile competitors. Tortoise & Blonde or RAEN just to name two solid ones. But nothing comes quite as close to how easy Warby Parker is, both as far as their price, quality, selection, and home try-on…

Jomers New Tailored-Fit Italian Travel Jeans In Review

Jomers is one of those companies that has just been killing it lately. We’ve taken a look at them before, though this time we had much, much better results. So, what do I mean by “killing it”? Well, I would put it this way: Think about Bonobos. They have great clothing, with tons of fit options, but their stuff is super, prohibitively, expensive. In other words, it’s overpriced…

GQ’s “Best Stuff Box” Review 2.0 (June 2018)

As soon as we heard that GQ would be getting into the subscription box game, you knew, of course that we would have to take a look and review it for you guys. We were, as it happens, super, super impressed with the first box. And, now, the second box has arrived. GQ’s box delivers every quarter, as opposed to the more common monthly boxes you might be used to. It’s called, as always, the GQ “Best Stuff Box” and it will run you $50 per box…

The Full Indochino Custom Suit Review & Comparison To SuitSupply (Part 2)

Because I really wanted to nail the fit, I decided to go back to their store in order to be fitted a second time and be able to make the tweaks with their staff, in person. While booking appointments is sometimes annoying there, and not every staff member is as knowledgable or as helpful as the next, it was still better to go in person than simply make these tweaks over the phone or email with customer service…

The Full Indochino Custom Suit Review & Comparison To SuitSupply (Part 1)

Indochino could be a case study in what happens when you expand a new business too quickly. They reached too high, flew too close to the sun too quickly, and got burned. A brief search on the web will turn up countless horror stories about Indochino suits that fit terribly, inconsistent sizing from one order to the next, cheap materials and build quality and construction, and poor fabric choices and matching…