Tailored Minimalism

15. November 2015



Tailored Tee by SON OF A TAILOR | Size Tailored | Shop HERE
Trousers by ALLSAINTS | Size 31 | Shop HERE
Watch by KAPTEN & SON | One Size | Shop HERE
Shoes by ETQ | Size 42 | Shop HERE
Shades by PACIFICO OPTICAL | One Size | Shop HERE

Good style can be so easy sometimes. A plain white tee and a pair of black cropped chinos worn with some clean white sneakers. However with a minimalist look like that you want to make sure everything fits and sits properly, which sometimes can be harder than you’d think. In my case for instance, I’m kind of in between Size S and Size M for tees. Small tees often are a bit to tight, while if I go for a size medium it would often be a bit too long. The solution once again comes from Europe’s stylish north. While I was a bit skeptical of the concept at first, SON OF A TAILOR‘s tailored tees totally grew on me. I own several white tees but non fit as perfectly as my recent purchase from SON OF A TAILOR. Make sure to really take the time to take your measurements precisely and I’m pretty sure you will be satisfied with the result. In my case I took the measurements of different tees. One which had the perfect length, another one which had the perfect neck width and another one for the sleeve measurements. All this put together forms my new tailored tee. Just like I wanted it to be. To emphasize the customized touch you can even have your initials added. As for cropped slacks I’m a big fan of ALLSAINTS‘ trousers range. All quality materials with elegant yet innovative cuts. The length on this one is also just like it should be, giving the ankle’s enough room to breathe.

If you have any questions regarding the tailoring or measuring of the tee just drop me a line and I’m happy to advise. Also I’m always happy about your feedback so feel free to share your thoughts.

Much love from vernal Sydney, M











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1 comment

Michael Meißner 19. November 2015 at 1:51

Einfach aber perfekt.
Schaut Spitze aus.
Mehr muss man nicht schreiben.


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