Pants are the foundation of your wardrobe. It’s time you had more of them. You go custom because your look is important to you. And you don’t want to look like everyone else (or like you did yesterday). You want to look better. For the ultimate sartorial flexibility, create a versatile pants collection. Our Professional […]
We’ll admit it. Linen is old. But it’s been around for over 4,000 years for a reason: it gives you so much without weighing you down. Pharaohs, priests, and kings wore it thousands of years ago for the same reasons we love it today: it breathes, it keeps you dry, and it’s durable as all […]
One of our best dressed clients, Stan Mokuro showed off his personal style in this month’s issue of The Atlantan. Check out that signature Astor & Black lining!
Our Professional Clothier, Angel Ramos, was recently featured on the up-and-coming men’s blog, The Bachelor Project. Read on to learn about Mr. Ramos’ early years, fashion pet peeves, and advice for dressing as a modern man.
Your opportunity to purchase six custom dress shirts for the price of five will end this this week. Our SPRING6 offer ends on March 31st. If your spring attire could use a boost, look no further. New shirting is the easiest and most cost efficient method to revitalize your wardrobe.
With a vast selection of patterns to choose from, including custom monograms, collars, and pockets– not to mention a variety of thread colors and contrast cuff and collar options, the hard part will be selecting just six!
When you buy five (5) custom dress shirts from Astor & Black, you’ll get the 6th shirt free (a $150 value). With unbeatable fit, quality, and style, these are shirts you’ll want to stock up on. Here’s why.
It has been such as honor to partner with the Will Allen Foundation’s program, “The Big Play,” a program that helps young men in need suit up for success. Check out the inspiring story of the Martin brothers, two brave young men we recently had the privilege of fitting.
“Who said athletes have no style? Off the ice, these Rangers love making a fashion statement.” –The New York Post.
It’s been said that the best dressed guys in sports are all in the NHL, and it’s hard to argue with guys like New York Rangers Brian Boyle showing up in the New York Post looking like this.