On the tenth day of Christmas I spotted this for me... 10 labels to look for!13:39:00
(Apparently working 60+ hours is not conducive to sticking to a schedule - sorry for the tardy post!)
Since I started my blog I have found some great businesses who are supportive of the blogging community and have been kind enough to send me products to review. So I thought I'd give them a shout out and thank you for their help!
- Kirby Allison's Hanger Project. One of my first posts was a feature on this unusual but obvious style essential. They aim to provide high quality hangers to ensure the investments we make in our clothing are properly looked after. In addition to their hanging solutions, they also offer menswear essentials from collar stays to shoe polish
- Smyth & Browne. Understated masculine style, clean lines and simple designs are what Smyth & Browne is all about. They don't go for gimmicks or trends, they just seek to offer modern alternative to menswear classics.
- Be Unrivalled: Art is not just for walls; Be Unrivalled take graphic design and apply it to fashion. This means bold prints and eye-catching typography.
- Green Man Clothing: This Irish-based company makes limited edition t-shirts with modern, witty and fun prints. Watch out for a full review later
- La Jewellery: I was lucky enough to win a pair of cufflinks via Chivalrous blog and I've instantly fallen in love with their hand-crafted accessories. I'll have a full feature on my new cufflinks soon!
- Samuel Windsor: This one-stop shop is packed full of classic menswear pieces from blazers to brogues. They have continually offered support and I'm proud to be able to thank them here.
- Monsier London: a capsule collection of ties and accessories, their pop-up boutiques are little havens for those in the know.
- Boohoo Man: The men's extension of boohoo, this new kid on the block is a contender for the best value in trend-led menswear. They are friendly and supportive of bloggers providing lots of information and retweets.
- Antoine + Stanley: I won a pair of their shoes through Menswear Style. They take traditional footwear styles and update them with materials and unusual colours; just the thing to refresh a boring work wardrobe.
- Bering watches: I work with Bering in my day job and was proud to be part of the team to bring it into the brand portfolio. I've bought one for me and one for the BF. I love their understated and minimal designs, a timepiece that is timeless.