photo from BlackLapel.com
photo from BlackLapel.com
 I actually just thought this Trinity Knot was super dope. As I live my usual life,  I share and re-tweet and re-post whatever the happen to like most. I stumbled upon Black Lapel on Facebook because of this Trinity Knot diagram. 
Men have a difficult time breaking fashion barriers –in my opinion, but we all do. Eventually, the same articles of clothing simply get boring. This tie knot seemed an exemplary way to entertain yourself or give something old a new twist. I had a conversation with one of my most courageously dressing male friends and he complained about the lack of creativity in male attire. As we walked through Bergdorf’s Men’s, his expression remained as dispirited as it was in H&M.
Fellas, lemme put you on to suttin.
Black Lapel focuses on the individual with quality, accessibility and education on the forefront. The creators, three friends by the names of Warren, Christopher and Derek, traveled the globe in search of the best and want their customer to know it. Custom tailored clothing can be delivered to your front door with the help of the site’s ordering and measuring guides. Going so far as to provide you (not one but) two  free measuring tapes, Black Lapel is determined to help you understand exactly what you’re ordering –and there’s a “flawless fit promise” in case you don’t.
      Custom clothing means custom style. Now, I’m not a fella, but even from the looks of the website, Black Lapel does a swell job in showing both their extensive selection of items and those items’ versatility. The models are fit, styled and displayed to showcase ideas of different personalities and ways of wearing their clothing. Someday I’ll find a fella fine enough to drape in some Black Lapel, but if you already do… Valentine’s Day is around the corner. Upgrade him, why don’t cha 😉

photo from BlackLapel.com
photo from BlackLapel.com
photo from BlackLapel.com


photo from BlackLapel.com