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Who are you cheering for this summer? The World Cup is right around the corner, and Little Italy is starting to buzz. The patios are being set up in preparation for the beautiful game. Hugo Boss has released the World Cup series of polo’s, and we have them. Brazil, Italy, Spain, England, Germany and France. Be sure to come early, because just like patio seats on game day, they won’t last long.
We are happy to announce the addition of Armani to our star studded list of collections. The Armani collection offers a new cool and casual element to our store which is a great fit for our Little Italy location.
Long gone are the days when a suit was worn to help a man blend in, and making a fashion statement was avoided. Today men wear suits to express themselves. Presenting yourself as a unique individual with a distinct style will serve you well in your personal and professional life. Being current in your appearance translates to being current in your field, being outdated is never a good thing. Today a suit needs to be well fitted, not tight. It needs to strike a balance between style and comfort, and nobody does that better than Tombolini. If you have never owned a suit that was Made in Italy, you owe it to yourself to come in and try one on, and see for yourself what a difference it makes.
Come in this weekend to preview our Spring 2014 collection, and take advantage of a great selection of clothing and sportswear all 50% off. Come in early for the best selection.
Mr. Eye Candy, Mr. American in Tuscany and the Great Dane are the first Men of Spring we would like to introduce you to. Each of them has a unique style about them, and they are all very stylish. Mr. Eye Candy is on his way to the love boat. That summer boat cruise you get invited to that is sure to be full of eye candy, and he wants to make sure he is part of that candy. Mr. American in Tuscany is as concerned with comfort as he is with style. Long days walking the vineyard will do that to you. The Great Dane is dressed conservatively for his North American business trip. For a European with great style, this is business attire.
For all those guys wondering if the skinny tie is back, I urge you to check your lapel. A general rule of thumb is to match the width of your tie to your lapel size. Small lapels should be matched with skinnier ties, and wider lapels with wider ties. The range for most men now is between 6cm to 8cm, and either width is appropriate. If you’re wearing your 9-10cm tie with your new suit, you might want add a few skinny ties to your wardrobe.