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Don’t get us wrong, we’re all about wearing what you want and expressing your style but let’s face it, there are some things that shouldn’t ever see the light of day again.

Okay, yes those shoes you still have sitting in your wardrobe may have been trendy in the early 2000s - that was a BAD time for fashion by the way - but it’s definitely not now. So even if it has sentimental value, take this end of year period to do a little stocktake of your wardrobe and cull these fashion fails.

These aren’t hard and fast rules but we’ve rounded up something that guys need to start doing better at on the fashion front.

Ill-fitting suits - or ill-fitting anything, really

This has come up a few times in our blogs, and for good reason. There is nothing that screams unkempt and that you have a zero care factor about your appearance more than an ill-fitting suit. If you’re on the younger end of the spectrum, it looks like you’re wearing your dad’s suit and if you’re older… well you don’t have any excuses to not know better.

 Let us clarify that it’s not about fitting into that super skinny suit pant, it’s about tailoring it to fit your body shape. Essentially, it’s cutting the excess fabric. Suits should slightly taper in both in the waist and in the pant, and your jacket length and hems should always be adjusted accordingly! With our everyday prices and affordable formalwear range, you can afford to get some alterations done.

Shirt outside jacket lapels

This one carries on from the above. There’s not much here to say except don’t do it. Shirt collars should stay inside your jacket lapel - it’s just a lot smarter and less… porn star-ish. What is the point of getting nice shirts then letting them hang out?

Also while we’re here, please don’t pop the collars on your polo shirts. You’re ruining an otherwise nice wardrobe addition. It’s not 2004.

Overstuffed wallet

Again, this is a tip that we’ve mentioned before. It seems so simple but can really affect your whole look considering guys almost always carry their wallets in the front or back pant pockets. It can create weird bulges in pants and ruin the overall look of how an outfit is meant to sit.

The real question here is do you really need all those receipts and that 50th loyalty card? And the answer is probably not. If you don’t carry cash, try a slim card holder or just a simple bi-fold wallet - that you promise to clean out regularly - will be great as well.

Too much jewellery and over accessorising.

Depending on who you ask, guys should never wear jewellery. But we think it’s okay if you know how to wear it sparingly. A couple of rings - if you’re that kind of guy - can actually look really good in addition but it shouldn’t then be also paired with thick leather arm accessories and chains on chains on your neck.

Remember: keep it simple and make sure if always matches the outfit.

A few things about footwear

Putting on your shoes is probably the last thing you do in our outfit routine and before you leave the house - so that might be the reason why guys don’t really prioritise footwear. It’s actually one of the most important things.

You know how we said there are no hard and fast rules? Well, there is one: Don’t wear crocs. Unless you’re a chef, surgeon, or have another job where it’s actually acceptable. Just don’t. We don’t care how comfortable they are - try comfy (and smart) casual shoes instead. 

For dressy occasions step away from anything python, and white leather dress shoes are a no. Like seriously, kill them with fire. Every guy needs smart dress shoes, but let’s stick to black or brown. Also, if your leather shoes are collapsing in at the toe - it’s time to get new ones. New year, new shoes.

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Take advantage of the time off you might have or just the quiet period to re-evaluate at your wardrobe. Then shop Ed Harry’s New Arrivals to stock up with some fashion must-haves.

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Can you believe how quickly this year has gone? We’re not complaining though because it means that our favourite time of year is back - Christmas! While it’s mostly fun and festive, it’s not so great when you leave gifts to the last minute. So we thought we’d get in a little early with a Christmas gift guide for every different price point.

So whether you’re after a stocking stuffer, a Secret Santa gift for a co-worker or something a bit more substantial for the special someone in your life - Ed Harry has you sorted.

$20 and under Hooded Tanks

Our hooded tanks are the perfect addition to the summer wardrobe. They can be paired with board shorts or walk shorts. Keep cool and look cool for the warmer weather.

(Pictured: Game Hood Tank - Pink / Faded Hood Tank - Black / Crash Hood Tank - Mint)

Graphic Tees

Add pops of colour to Christmas morning and your brother’s wardrobe with one (or a few) of our graphic tees. With so many new ones to pick from across our stable of brands, there’s something for everyone. How can you go wrong with a men’s tee?

(Pictured: Ultimate Tee - Sky / Alpha Tee - Cobalt / Pride Tee - Mint)

Mesh Tanks

Whether you’re sweating it out in a recreational game of basketball or just lazing at the beach, Ed Harry’s seasonal mesh tanks will keep you cool. The lightweight mesh fabric will keep you cool and clocking in at under $20 a pop, you can buy every guy in your life one.

(Pictured: Villains 25 Mesh Tank - Red / Harlem 85 Mesh Tank - Black)

$40 and under Short sleeve shirt

Just because you’re opening Christmas gifts, it doesn’t mean the festive season is over. With the warmer weather continuing through, add some party shirts to the mix.

(Pictured: Miami Shirt / Prime Print Shirt / Cruz Shirt)

Shorts

With so many different types of shorts to choose from, every guy in your life might be getting a pair. From our Weekend Shorts that can take you from land to water and back or the ever-popular chino shorts, you can’t really go wrong with any of them.

(Pictured: Weekend Short - Mint / Cuba Chino Short - Latte / Extreme Cargo Short - Khaki)

The Charity Tee

The ‘Respect’ Tee is the ultimate gift. Not only are you giving to the recipient but $5 from every tee is also donated to the One Punch Can Kill Campaign, which supports victims of coward punches and advocates against this serious issue.

Denim Shorts

You can try to take some guys out of denim but it’s probably what they’re most comfortable in. So in terms of gifts, add some stylish new slim fit denim shorts to take them from winter to summer.

(Pictured: Kings Denim Short - Grey / Kings Denim Short - Indigo / Kings Denim Short - Bleach Blue)

$60 and under Chinos

Let us tell you now - you can’t go wrong with a pair of chinos. Seriously. Whether it’s your dad, brother or husband, he’ll find the occasion to wear them.

See the full range of chinos and colours that Ed Harry have on offer.

Summer shoes

We spoke about this in our recent heating up your summer wardrobe blog. Guys tend to forget that they need to get shoes that are appropriate for the warmer weather as well! So throw a pair of casual shoes into the Christmas morning mix.

(Pictured: Noosa Boat Shoe / Matthew Casual Shoe - Charcoal)

Cargo Pants

Nothing beats a functional pair of pants that can be worn with almost everything - at least for guys anyway. For your husband or your brother-in-law, the cargo pant is the ultimate all-rounder gift. Why stop at just one colour?

(Pictured: Extreme Cargo Pant - Stone / Monarch Cargo Pant - Khaki / Extreme Cargo Pant - Black)

$150 and under Navy suit

This gift is for the young gent who needs his first real suit or maybe your partner needs a formal wardrobe update. Either way, you can’t go past a good suit. Opt for the classic two or three piece navy option. If you’re looking to take it to the next level, go for a tuxedo style statement piece.

(Pictured: Samuel Pv Slim Suit Jacket + Slim Suit Pant / Imperial Blazer - Ink / Cambridge Reg Pant)

Sport coat

Our popular sport jackets are the best Christmas present for the man in your life. They can be dressed up or dressed down, worn to events and work, and make any outfit look sharp. Make someone’s year by giving them the gift of versatility.

(Pictured: Regent Check Blazer - Blue / Windsor Blazer - Ink / Windsor Blazer - Blue)

These are just a few suggestions for Christmas gifts. Check out our full range of clothing and shoes online today.

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The warmer weather is here and that means a whole different vibe when it comes to your wardrobe. Whether you’re dressing up or dressing a bit more casually, the rules are slightly different when the temperature rises.

While it’s tempting to simply throw on that old tee and short combo that you’ve had for a while because it’s so hot, it’s probably not going to be appropriate for every occasion. When summer comes around, it also means the festive season with plenty of events - backyard bbqs, work Christmas events, New Year’s Eve - it’s just a really busy time of year that calls for at least a few new items.

We’ve rounded up 5 things that will spice up your summer wardrobe - and that you can keep in rotation in your wardrobe year round as well.

Short sleeve shirt (preferably printed)

When it comes men’s fashion, nothing beats a short sleeve shirt - at least in the warmer weather anyway. Just to clarify, a short sleeve shirt means a button down shirt. It’s the ultimate outfit anchor that can be dressed up or down.

For a casual summer backyard BBQ look, wear it open with a white tee underneath paired with some shorts - more on those two items later. For those more daring, try a floral print one or if you’re just getting started in patterns, a subtle geometric pattern on a simple colour can be a great look as well.

You can even dress it up to wedding standards! If it’s an outdoor wedding that has a bit more of a relaxed dress code, pop a fun floral printed one on underneath a lightweight sport coat - then you can take it off for dancefloor antics later. Otherwise, wear it with a couple of buttons open over some smart shorts or chinos for an easy beach dinner look.

Chino short

As the temperatures soar, it becomes acceptable to wear shorts almost all the time. A great addition to the wardrobe to get you through the heat is the chino short. So simple yet so versatile, we’re surprised this isn’t already in every guy’s wardrobe.

Made of mostly cotton with a tiny bit of stretch, it’s the perfect lightweight (and comfortable) option to finish the bottom half of any outfit. Buy a neutral colour option like a latte chino short if you want something that goes with everything - including those fun printed short sleeve shirts we just talked about. But we guarantee you’ll love them so much, you’ll want a few other colours as well. We recommend stone and blue to finish off this new wardrobe favourite.

A variety of simple block coloured t-shirts

While we do love ourselves some prints, sometimes you just need to keep it simple. For various reasons such as being able to pop it on underneath a busy short sleeve shirt or for easy, breezy summer dressing - a simple block coloured t-shirt is the perfect summer wardrobe staple.

You probably already have a white t-shirt - who doesn’t, right? - but it also probably needs replacing. The unfortunate thing about white tees are that they tend to stop being white after a while. So when you get that new white tee, why not add a few other versatile colours like black, sky or even pink? They’re all options you can throw over the chino shorts or even denim for the odd cooler night.

Summer-appropriate shoes

Because your wardrobe’s changed a little with the warmer weather, it also means your footwear choices need to be switched up. With good shorts comes great responsibility… not to wear the wrong shoes with it.

Leather boots with shorts are probably a no go unless you’re a tradie or farmer and and you’re going to work. It’s also too heavy to wear with light denim. For a casual or just summer appropriate occasion, try a smart boat shoe which goes great with all the above. Otherwise simple white leather sneakers or a low top casual shoe are also a really good hot weather wardrobe additions.

Lighter denim

Jeans are probably the last thing we want to wear on a 35+ degree day but if they’re a part of your all-year round wardrobe, that’s okay too. But the arrival of the heat means you should pack away the heavy indigo and black denim.

Instead opt for a lighter wash jean or denim short which you can pair with those fun short sleeve shirts we talked about earlier. Alternatively pair it with a fresh white sneaker and tee for that classic clean cut look.

These are just some basic staples that every guy should have for the warmer weather. Once you have these and for those more daring, shop some of Ed Harry’s bold New Arrivals styles to make a statement this summer.

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Look guys, when it comes to your style there is a right way to impress the ladies. The reality is that many women have certain tastes and preferences when it comes to men’s fashion. Whether you’re single and ready to mingle or in a long-term relationship, a well put together outfit - resulting in a well dressed man - is something that will never go unnoticed.

While we don’t like to judge a book by its cover, how a man presents himself does impact how women see men - and vice versa. For centuries, men have asked what women want? While the answer goes a bit beyond your wardrobe, it is a good starting point.

So what do women want… when it comes to men’s fashion? Read on to discover how you can dress to impress:

1. Suits (that fit well)

If you haven’t heard how much women love a man in a good suit, then you’ve been living under a rock. Whether you wear one everyday for work or reserve them for those special events - women take notice when you’re in your Sunday best.  However, this can all go to waste if your suit doesn’t fit well.

Swimming in fabric does nobody any favours. You want your suit jacket to fit snug around your shoulders and shape your torso; and your suit pants should always be hemmed to the proper length.  It’s a big call but wearing a suit is probably the most attractive thing a man can do on a clothing level.

2. A good smell

Whether you’re mingling at a bar, on a first date or having dinner with your wife, a good scent is hard for women to resist. Finding yourself a good cologne is like the icing on the cake to your outfit. No matter the occasion, if a glorious scent wafts as you walk by, this will make you look instantly more attractive. Just beware of overspraying as well - no one wants to burn their nose.

3. Well fitted jeans

Similar to a well tailored suit, a good pair of jeans that actually fit will do wonders to your appearance. This largely comes down to finding the right jeans for your body type . A pair of well-fitted jeans shows that you know what works for you, which is both very impressive in the eyes of women, and leads on to our next point.

4. Dressing for you

Knowing what works for you goes beyond the fit of your jeans - it also applies to your overall look. No matter what you’re wearing, women love - and can tell - when a man is dressing for himself. This applies to women as well. Even though this guide is about men’s fashion through the eyes of women, nothing is more important than dressing for you. It means dressing for your age, your body type and your personality. Knowing who you are and expressing this in your style not only makes your special lady very happy but also does wonders for your overall confidence.

5. Good footwear; the right footwear

One of the first things women notice about a man’s outfit is their shoes. Great taste in shoes is one thing but coordinating them with the right outfit and occasion is another thing altogether. Investing in good quality footwear is a no brainer. We’re totally okay with sneakers however, if you decide to wear your gym sneakers on date night, you’ll find yourself in some trouble. Trust us, nothing shows off a man’s good taste and styling abilities than pairing the right shoes with the right outfit - ladies go crazy over this.

6. White tee & jeans look

This classic combination is one that will never get old. We aren’t quite sure what it is about a white tee and jeans on men, but the ladies love it. It’s also super comfortable, budget friendly, and easy for any guy to pull off. Again, the right fit is essential to this look. We’re talking good fitting jeans and a white t-shirt that suits your body shape.

7. Rolled sleeves

Rolling the sleeves on your shirt to expose a bit of forearm is a big hit with the ladies. It makes you look like you’ve spent the day working hard doing serious, manly things. It can also create a cool, effortlessly casual vibe which is always naturally sexy. You can even roll up your short sleeve shirts as well - for more information on that, see our guide to mastering the short sleeve shirt.

8. Good grooming habits

You could wear the most expensive well-tailored suit or even jeans and a white tee; but if your grooming habits aren’t up to scratch, THIS is what women will notice. Grooming essentially makes or breaks your appearance.

This includes the right hairstyle for your face, your facial hair, your scent and overall cleanliness. While women have varying tastes and preferences with grooming, the key takeaway here is putting in a little effort. Go beyond basic hygiene and build a grooming routine that your lady will love.

9. Being experimental

Finally, women love a man who experiments with his style and doesn’t wear the same thing all the time. Surprise her with new shirts, shoes and scents, and mix up your accessories. Don’t be afraid to take risks every now and then. Nothing impresses a lady more than a man with a diverse wardrobe - it shows confidence and good taste.

Does your style call for some improvements from a ladies perspective? Shop Ed Harry’s extensive collection of menswear and win your lady’s tick of approval with your new and improved sense of style.

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Guys, here’s what to wear to a wedding

 

 

It’s officially wedding season. The sun’s out and there’s going to be a lot of photos so as a guest, you really have to look your sharpest. Obviously every wedding will have a different dress code and different vibes, so we’re here to help you out with some tips and tricks to ensure that you’ll nail it every time.

 

We thought it’d be easiest to separate it into some ‘dos’ and ‘don’ts’ to make it clear about what is and isn’t appropriate for a wedding.

 

DO - Follow the dress code

 

Look, people don’t put dress codes on invitation for them to be broken. If you’ve been invited to a wedding, it probably means you’re pretty special to them and they want you to be a part of one of the biggest days of their lives so you can stick to a dress code.

 

If it’s black tie then you should definitely respect that by wearing a suit that features a satin lapel. A traditional look would be the classic black tuxedo jacket, but in 2018, you can throw a modern twist on it by opting for a Navy Satin Suit Jacket as well.

 

If it’s formal or black tie optional, you can’t go wrong with the timeless navy suit. On the other hand, if it’s semi-formal or dressy casual, try a nice blue blazer with some lighter chino pants, followed by a smart chocolate brown dress shoe.

 

DON’T - wear jeans or a t-shirt

 

No matter how casual the wedding is - apart from it actually taking place in someone’s backyard or you’re somehow at a surprise wedding - absolutely do not wear jeans and or a t-shirt. Even if it’s under a blazer. We usually love dressing a sports coat down with a t-shirt and smart jeans for a nice night out with the boys or dinner with the missus, but not for someone’s special day. Sorry.

 

Opt instead for a crisp shirt and chino combo. You can go open collar if you’re a bit unsure about adding a tie into the mix, and especially during the warmer seasons. If the dress code is semi-casual or casual, you can even go for a fun short sleeve shirt with dressy pants for the warmer weather.

 

DO - Try to wear a suit or a blazer

 

Call us traditionalists but we think that every wedding deserves at least a nice sport coat. While things like seasons and dress codes, and even the dress choices of the bride & groom themselves might dictate what you finally wear, you want to make sure you’re looking smart. It’s always better to be overdressed than underdressed.

 

DON’T - Outshine the wedding party

 

This is probably not the time to be contemplating that white suit jacket - that’s traditionally the groom’s look!

 

DO - Wear lighter colours in the summer and darker colours in winter

 

This isn’t a strict rule but dressing for the seasons can be a nice touch. With the warmer weather coming up, try a camel chino or stone chino paired with a brighter blue blazer. Then when it’s colder, opt for a grey check blazer paired with a black chino or pant. Throw in a fun shirt to jazz it up.

 

DON’T - dress like you’re going to work or a funeral

 

Weddings are a celebration and you shouldn’t be afraid of having fun with your outfits. Yes, wear the black suit but pair it with a bow tie instead of a normal black tie. Put a paisley shirt underneath your navy suit or maybe you want to add a paisley tie into the mix? Add some personality to your outfit!

 

At the end of the day, read the situation - and dress code! - and figure out what’s suitable for that upcoming wedding you’ve got. Shop our great range of formalwear at Ed Harry today or come in-store and let us help dress you. We’ve got you sorted.

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The printed shirt is a firmly established favourite in the men’s fashion scene. And if you haven’t gotten on board, now is the perfect time. Originally making a massive comeback from the good ol’ 70s, the printed shirt is now a staple in any stylish man’s wardrobe… Only when it’s done the right way though.

 

 

Where print goes wrong… and boy, can it go wrong.

While we love a good printed shirt, it can be tricky to get it right. But that’s why you’re here, right? For us, there are two major ways that printed shirts can go wrong.

1. Choosing an... *cough* ugly print

We’re going to honest here, some prints should have never made it past the design phase. Yes, individuality is great, and so is being confident in what you wear but some shirt prints are going to put you on a fast-track to cringe-town.Another problem with prints that aren’t quite right is that they often only last the season and you won’t be able to re-wear it again after the year’s over. Trust us when we say, you can still sport confidence and individuality without sacrificing good taste, logic and common decency.

2. Styling it wrong

Look, styling is hard - even for the most experienced of men and women. But we find that a lot of men do need just a bit of help and a nudge in the right direction when it comes to the wardrobe. This doesn’t necessarily mean you have bad taste - sometimes it’s just a lack of inspiration - but perhaps those shoes don’t go as well with those pants as you thought… and maybe don’t wear that jacket because it clashes with your shirt. And please no, don’t wear that tie.

Do you get where we’re going with this? Sure, you have a collection of amazing pieces in your wardrobe all perfect to style with your favourite printed shirt! The trick is coordinating the right pieces with your outfit.

How to master it and make it right again

To avoid some serious fashion mishaps occurring, we’ve put together a handful of easy tips and tricks to master the printed shirt and score a win every time!

  • Make your shirt the statement - avoiding styling with more print

Mixing and matching your prints is definitely a thing, but it requires some very advanced fashion know-how to pull it off. Our number one tip for printed shirt novices when it comes to print-on-print looks is to simply not do it. Make your print shirt the statement in your outfit. This keeps your look on-trend and sophisticated, while reducing the risk of a print-overload disaster. This isn’t to say you can’t try it down the line when you’ve gotten the hang of it.

  • Get the right fit

There is already a lot happening when you opt for a print shirt, so it’s important to get the fit right. Too baggy, and you risk looking like a clown. Too tight, and you’re trying too hard. Having a the right fit in a shirt is important for all styles, but prints can make these missed marks stand out a whole lot more.

  • Style with the right pieces

The beauty of a print shirt is its versatility. Sport with jeans for a casual weekend look or dress it up with come chinos and a blazer, or heck even a suit! The key to this is pairing the right print shirt with the right outfit.

If you opt for the printed shirt and casual jean combo, keep the jeans plain. This means no rips, zips or colour washes - it will make the look too busy. Keep the attention on the shirt, and the shirt alone.

If you’re feeling the print vibe for your formal event, try sticking to one colour palette. Style your shirt with some bottoms that accentuate a colour in the shirt. For example, blue patterns look great with blue pants - it’s a no brainer. But a red pattern also looks great with blue, especially if you pair with with tan shoes to bring out the warmth in the red and complement the blue. Alternatively, make the colour pop with your blazer and tie choice, and opt for a pair of neutral bottoms.

  • Take baby steps

If you’re new to the print-scene then baby steps are key. Stick to shirts with 2 colours in the print. This makes it easier for you to style with the rest of your wardrobe and keeps the look toned down. Once you begin to feel comfortable with prints, you can move on to more colour and start experimenting - just keep our previous tips in mind of course.

 

Check out Ed Harry’s range of shirts - prints included - here.

 

 

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Spring is here! With the new season underway, it’s time for a wardrobe transformation! This means switching your wooly warmers for light button downs, your uggies for thongs, and while you’re at it, why not switch up your hair-do too?

A new season is the perfect opportunity to head down to your barber to try a fresh new style. Spring is a time for change and new beginnings, after all. As the warmer weather approaches, a new haircut will make way for easier maintenance and more comfortable in the heat and humidity.

To help guide your hairstyle transformation we’ve put together a guide of the hottest hairstyles for Spring this year, how to style them and what to tell your barber so they give you exactly what you’re after.

Style One: The side part

The side part is a modern twist on the old Hollywood do. Every leading man is sporting it at the moment. This style works best if its longer on the top, with tamed sides and a soft off-center part. It’s the haircut that will; suit every occasion - wear it for a formal event then transfer it into your everyday life as well. Slick it back with extra product for more suave approach or tackle the side part with some edge like Tom Hardy (left) does.

Good for: Short to medium hair, straight or thinning.

How to Style: Push your hair back, by running some pomade through the top length (style and re-style throughout the day). Comb the sides down neatly, parting the top length away from one side, using more pomade for hold.

Tell Your Barber: You want 1-inch longer on top, softly fading into shorter sides.

 

Style Two: Team G.I.

The first thing to say about this hairstyle is that you definitely don’t have to be in the army to pull off this military-inspired look. Being about as low maintenance as styles can be, this alternative take on the buzz cut is perfect for the lazier man. We quite like the more modern take - short all round with enough length on top to give it a bit of texture. It’s like G.I. Joe… but make it fashion.

Good for: All types of hair! Great for a bold change if you’ve always had longer length.

How to Style: No styling needed! This look is for the lazy remember? Maybe a little pomade for a special occasion though.

Tell Your Barber: You want it shaved all round, but leave about half an inch on top for some texture

 

Style Three: Soft Medium Waves

This style can only be achieved if you've already got the length, but boy are you lucky if you’re blessed with the waves too! Those born with a natural kink through their hair may find styling a little tricky, but believe it or not, the longer your waves are the easier it gets to style! This look is perfect for those who have longer hair, are looking for a change but aren’t quite ready to part with the length. The medium length is short enough to notice a difference, but still long enough to be considered… well, long!

Alternatively, if you’re currently leaving your house in a huff because your short hair just won’t be tamed, we suggest trying to grow it out a bit. Everyone goes through the awkward length stage but once you get about 2-3 inches of length all you’ll need to do is push it back, add some hairspray for hold and you’re good to go!

Good for: Medium to long hair, thick and wavy

How to Style: Style your hair as needed, add hair mousse, curl cream or hairspray for hold

Tell Your Barber:  If you have long hair - you want a trim just past your ears. If you have short hair - let it grow baby!

 

Style Four: Modern Caesar

This one is another relatively low maintenance style, and it’s been super popular during men’s fashion week so you know it’s on-trend for the Spring. It’s definitely a little edgier than your average haircut but it’s time to try something new, right? For this style to work, you need to have some length on the top - so spend some time growing it if you don’t - and be ready for a higher, harsh fade on the sides. The fringe should sit a little closer to your hairline than your eyebrows. Because of the bluntness of the style, the modern caesar works well with those of you blessed with strong jawlines and prominent bone structures.

Good for: Short hair, thick/thin, wavy/straight.

How to Style: Use some styling gel at the roots of damp hair and blow dry forward using your hands to create texture  

Tell Your Barber:  You want to leave length on top, trimming fringe if needed, with a high fade around the side and back.

 

Shop Ed Harry’s new arrivals to go with your new haircut here.

 

 

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The Jogger Trend

Over the last few years, Jogger Pants have gone up in the street-style stakes. But are you stuck on how to wear Joggers? Or not sure if they suit you? Here’s our style guide and tips on how to wear this laid-back look.

 

The best kind of joggers are tapered in at the leg – and that is exactly how you’ll find our Joggers. They feature a cuffed ankle and four pockets: two on the front and two on the back. These all-rounders are easy to style, making them perfect for a night out with the guys.

 

The newest kid on the block - our Hendrix Joggers are all about the zip details, distressing on the upper thigh and biker fabric panels.

 If you’re after a practical look for every day, the Flexx V2.0 Jogger is a great option. The fading on the leg gives a rugged style, and is perfect for a laid-back look.

 

In winter, Joggers can be layered up with a hoodie or jacket, and paired with a beanie and hi-tops. On warmer days, a bold, printed tee goes perfectly with Joggers.

 

We love the Combat Jogger which is a buyer fave! Available in 4 colours. Style it up with a guernsey tee and sneakers.

Don't be afraid to experiment with different styles, textures and colours. There are not too many rules with Joggers - they're an easy style to wear so try them out today.

To view our range of joggers, click here

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If you’ve never tied a tie on your own before, our simple instructions will have you well on your way. The Half-Windsor is a great first necktie knot to learn.

When tying a tie, you want two things

1) Balance

2) Symmetry

The Half Windsor is a great choice for men with a fuller chest, or who are on the taller side. The tie is medium in size, nearly symmetrical and is more wide and thick. It is best used with neckties of a light/medium-weight fabric – like our JA Dress Ties

PROS:

1)   It is elegant and triangular

2)   Best used with a classic collared shirt

3)   Relatively easy to learn (phew!) so read on, and let’s show you how

 

Instructions:-

  1.        Fold the collar shirt up (top button undone) and place the tie around your neck. Begin with the wider end of the tie on the right and the smaller end on the left. The tip of the smaller end should  rest slightly above your belly button (NOTE: this will differ depending on your height and the length/ thickness of your tie). Only move the wider end.
  2.        Cross the wide end over the thinner end, and then turn back underneath
  3.        Bring the tie up towards you
  4.        Loop underneath, and turn the tie down towards your right
  5.        Pull the tie across the front, and over to the left
  6.        Loop it inside from underneath.
  7.        Pull the tie down through the loop you've just created in the front.
  8.        Adjust and tighten the knot by pulling down on the wide end. Slide the knot up & place the collar down. You’ve just completed the tie!

Practice makes perfect! Remember that all knots should be done in the mirror, especially while learning.

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Joondalup Resorts Wedding Open Day Expo

Getting yourself to a wedding expo is one of the easiest ways for any couple planning on getting married to test the waters and see what products are on offer for their future wedding.

On the 14th of January, the Ed Harry team were on the scene at the Joondalup Wedding Open Day Expo to give advice and inspiration to couples, while showcasing our products and services alongside some of Perth’s best wedding exhibitors.

Over 800 people visited the Joondalup Resort to experience the spectacular wedding venues and help future bride and grooms discover all the available options that could make their wedding day as perfect as possible.

The Ed Harry team exhibited suits at fashion shows held throughout the day. Our Black London Suit and Charcoal Grant Suit left a great impression on the audience and were a personal favourite of many prospective groom. The grooms-to-be were given a glimpse at how well our suits paired with beautifully designed bridal gowns (and some premium vehicles as well).

To show our appreciation to our customers for such a great day we’re offering wedding parties of three or more 20% off of the groom’s suit.

For more inspiration, check out our range of wedding suits or find a wedding expo near you.

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