The Best of 2010.

2010 has been an exciting year of growth and new adventures for us. We’d like to sincerely thank all of you who follow Astor & Black and who read this blog. Big things are in store for 2011, but for now, here is a look back at 5 of this year’s best posts.

5. Our Take on Tuxedos.

TUXEDO DO’S - A pleated tuxedo shirt should always be finished with a bow tie. - Always wear a French cuff shirt with a Tuxedo. If it’s a winged collar shirt, tabs should be worn behind the bow tie.

4. The first guest post by Best Dressed Real Man, Angel Ramos: “I get it; you wear suits. But do you speak Sartorial?”

"I aim to express myself through my clothing. It’s in the shoes I wear–the way I tie my tie. Let’s start by trying to dive into wearing brown shoes with blue and grey suits rather than black shoes. Trust me, you’ll feel the difference almost immediately! Make dressing an art, not an obligation."

3. Mason Dash Disick Steals the Show in his Astor & Black Suit.

"The Kardashian-Jenner Family went all out this year for their annual family portrait-style holiday card. That handsome little gentleman, Mason Dash Disick, is wearing an Astor & Black custom pinstripe suit."

2. Photoshoot and Interview with Dhani Jones of the Cincinnati Bengals.

"JW: How would you describe your look when not in a jersey? DJ: My look is shabby chic at times, but always done up with a bowtie. Other times I like to keep it all dressed in black. For formal, I go all out."

1. Scott Disick in Life & Style.

"Normally you will find Astor & Black in an executive boardroom, walking down Wall Street, or on the legal defense in a courtroom; clean charcoal 3 pieces, tailored navy blazers, and beautiful pinstripes, but we are CUSTOM, and that means “if you can dream it, we can make it”. Scott Disick, reality show bad boy and tabloid trend-setter, has big dreams."

 

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