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The B&R Journal

Changing Custom Suits in Denver
Changing Custom Suits in Denver

April 19, 2017

An interview with Kevin Salsbury, shop manager of Beckett & Robb, Denver, about the changing world of custom tailored suits for the men of Denver, Colorado.

What's your background in menswear?

My background in menswear has been in men's tailored clothing, with an emphasis with luxury brands, most of which were European. My personal drive...

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TBD Eyewear
TBD Eyewear

March 03, 2017

We love our products. Our focus on product development is at the very heart of who we are and what we do. It's for this reason that we've dedicated so much of our time to produce a number of our own product lines, including our own line of shoes, outerwear, and accessories.

When it came time for us to consider adding eyewear to our product mix, we decided to defer to another brand for their expertise. 

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B&R's Rules for Layering your Outerwear
B&R's Rules for Layering your Outerwear

February 10, 2017

Any guy who dresses up for work knows too well that sometimes a suit doesn't provide enough warmth or protection against the cool weather. While most businessmen own at least one good topcoat to wear over a suit, oftentimes a 800-1000 gram topcoat is too warm to be layered on top of a suit. This presents the problem of not having the right layering for weather that's not cold enough for a topcoat, but cold enough that wearing just a suit isn't warm enough.

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Should I wear Braces?
Should I wear Braces?

January 30, 2017

Braces, or suspenders in American English, get a bad rap these days. 

Most guys imagine an old, and perhaps overweight, man when they think of braces. They think of the man's age because of the "classic" nature of the accessory, and the weight because of the functionality braces provide. While this imagery is common, there's a lot more to braces than these stereotypes portray.

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