Craig shows off a new bright blue suit, perfect for spring, from Primark
With the snow finally gone and spring in the air it’s time to think about those spring events, weddings and parties. A suit is a great option, easy to wear and super smart. And why not stand out from the crowd is a colour a little less sedate, like this bright blue slim fit suit from Primark.
Fed up with the cold and rain I decided to treat myself to a new suit to get ready for those warmer days. With payday a week off I only had a modest budget, so when I saw this suit in Primark I just had to get it. It’s a two piece slim fit suit at a great price of just £45. View Post
Craig gets a first look at the amazing St James advent calendar
With a chance to win a fantastic prize every day from the 1st to the 24th December, the St James advent calendar opens today with a huge range of amazing gifts from the stores in Jermyn Street, one of London’s finest shopping destinations for the discerning. If you’d like an opportunity to win prizes from D.R. Harris, Harvie & Hudson, John Smedley, Trickers or Barbour International, among others? Then read on!
Created by illustrator Daniel Clarke, the advent calendar has been installed in The Pavilion at St James Market and is a unique and exciting festive addition to one of the worlds best known areas for high end menswear. Each window depicts a cityscape showcasing London and local landmarks, and will be opened each day from the 1st to the 24th December to reveal a new Christmas scene.
To compliment this exciting addition to St James Market, the St James Instagram page will host a digital advent and will reveal a one of a kind gift to be won from the many retailers, restaurants, art galleries and hotels in the area. So give them a follow to make sure you’re ready to take part!
Craig teams up with other influencers to style shirts from German brand Seidensticker, and offers readers and exclusive 15% discount
Having the accolade of Germany’s most famous shirt Maker, Seidensticker knows what it takes to make great shirting. They should do, as they’ve had the last 100 years to perfect their craft. Still a family run business the brand have come a long way from its humble beginnings and now employs over 2,300 staff and create 13 Million items of clothing every year. That’s no mean feat, so what is it that makes their shirts so special?
That’s what myself, Gurj from Singh Gentry and Jake from The Debonair wanted to know, so we teamed up with the brand to try out a few of their shirts for this sponsored post.