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The B&R Journal

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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What's In A Suit? (Part 1 of 4)
What's In A Suit? (Part 1 of 4)

January 23, 2017

THE CLOTH
From the beginning we set out to build the highest quality suit possible, using only cloth from the world’s greatest European mills, at as low of a price as possible. We believe that a world-class suit shouldn’t cost $8,000. We spent years deconstructing our industry, comparing brands, construction techniques, cloth mills, and every level of the supply chain. Our research, extensive travel, and ability to work directly with cloth mills and manufacturers have shortened our supply chain significantly.

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What's In A Suit (Part 2 of 4)
What's In A Suit (Part 2 of 4)

January 22, 2017

THE CRAFTSMANSHIP
As we built our production program, we sourced the finest materials, the most skilled master tailors, and the latest in pattern and cutting technology. A great suit is much more than a good fit and nice cloth. While these are very important, there are many other areas where we provide value to our clients. It’s an unfortunate reality that in the suit business – particularly in the world of custom suits – there exists a great deal of deceit. Many companies prey on the ignorant with misleading information about cloth composition, country of origin, and construction techniques. We believe in being 100% transparent. We want to educate our clients and help them make informed decisions as they invest in their wardrobe.

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