So you’re off to Cowes Week, Falmouth, or Fowey. Summer sailing regattas are a fun time but you’ll need impeccable dress sense to fit in with your fellow yachties! Here’s our guide to help you look the part.
You’ve been invited to a day of country pursuits and have absolutely no idea what to wear. Whether it’s a corporate jolly or your new partner’s annual family shoot, the last thing you need is to make a fool of yourself.
Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. We’ve put together some easy, practical advice on how to stay comfortable, stylish and safe.
Here’s a quick list of what you might need:
- Tweed. If you want to look the part, tweed is the only way to get that classic English Country Gent look.
- Ear defenders and eye protection.
- A Country Tie.
- Sensible footwear. Consider brogues or a good pair of boots.
- A flat cap. Tweed is best, of course.
- A tattersall shirt. Complement the rest of your outfit with a natural tone.
Guest or godparent, if you’ve been invited to a christening or naming ceremony, you’ll need to dress to reflect both the significance of the occasion and the dress code if it has been specified.
A christening is a happy occasion, although some degree of formality is required. It’s also a great opportunity to project some character and flamboyance through your choice of threads and treads. Read on to find out what’s appropriate for men to wear at a christening.