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5 Chic Celebrities Who Will Make You Want to Wear a Skirt Suit

Maybe it's time you bought your own!
The next time you plan to have a suit made especially for you, keep our challenge in mind: Why not pursue a skirt silhouette?Trouser-and-blazer sets come a dime a dozen even on the ready-to-wear scene, but a sensible pencil midi or even
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This Is What Men Tend to Overlook When Having a Suit Made

We talk to an expert.
It'd be an understatement to say that Ryan Chua, owner of Singapore-born Common Suits' Quezon City arm, knows a thing or two about the telltale trappings of a dapper gent. "The mission we have in the Philippines is to educate everyone on
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This Mom of Two Is a Trailblazer in the Bespoke Tailoring Industry

Meet Carin Aguas of local brand Masanting Sastreria.
When you think of the bespoke tailoring industry, what immediately comes to mind are suits made for men. A local brand is changing the narrative, catering not just to men but also to women looking for quality suits that look great and
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5 Fresh, Cool Ways to Wear a Full Suit

They're for work and for play!
Think of a full suit and there is this lingering feeling of stuffiness, sort of like you've been forced to wear something you really don't want to. Banish those thoughts in a split microsecond, because we're here to show you that suits
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LOTD: Brie Larson Borrows from the Little Boys

Tailoring for the tiny.
You've heard of stealing style from the men in your life, but would you ever consider nabbing your little nephew's threads? Brie Larson makes the case for Savile Row suiting done a few sizes smaller—read: cropped and shrunken.IMAGE Getty ImagesThe Oscar-winning actress
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Trend Showdown: Off-Shoulder vs. One-Shoulder

Fashion's street-style savvies battle it out.
Two of the season's biggest clavicle-baring trends have got us in arms (pun intended!) to figure out which one we like best. If you're having the same trouble choosing, we pit off-shouldered and one-shouldered versions of three looks against each other and