Pro Tips with Mizu

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Let’s face it, when it comes to dressing for success, everyone needs some pro tips every once in a while. You can be a style maven with an eye for detail or a savvy shopper with a well-curated wardrobe of bargains, but you’re still going to have those moments where you just don’t know what to wear, or how. For me, pro tips on how to accessorise mens outfits are as good as gold, as it is an are I just feel that I am lacking in. I try to focus on the details and I either get lost in the minutia of men’s accessories; or I wind up over complicating things and trying to pair cufflinks with a t-shirt. Thankfully the fantastic Mason of Mizu has come out with a line of pro tips on how to accessorise for men, featuring the gorgeous products from his label. Three are three pro tips video tutorials posted so far which all focus on a particular weakness of mine, the pocket square. I imagine that these pro tips will soon be joined by tutorials on neck ties, bow ties and lapel pins, not to mention scarves. It really is an ingenious idea, and the pro tips add an additional level of customer care which is often lost in the online shopping experience. Whether you’re a sartorialist or a fashionista, everyone of us can benefit from some wardrobe advice every once in a while, and Mizu’s pro tips are a fantastic way to start.

You can check out all the pro tips here.

I could have used these pro tips today when folding my pocket square, which is looking decidedly basic. Today I wore:
navy tuxedo blazer with trimmed lapels – ASOS, thrifted
pyrite and lapis ‘Overcome’ lapel pin – Mizu, Online 
grey cotton ‘Gough Haze’ pocket square with contrast stitching – Mizu, Online
blue and white multi-check business shirt – Trenery
Brown leather belt – Sportscraft
raw denim Dustman-tabbed Slim Jim jeans – Corr Blimey
tobacco suede Chelsea boots – The Ball & Chain, from Catch of the Day

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