European Guys Clothing
A question often emailed to me is “Where can my man buy European corporate clothes?” At Cazinc, we have found a fantastic label from London, with an online store to inspire your guy. The clothing items are all gorgeous and you will definitely find something for your man on this site. Also check out the women's section. We all love the sunglasses.
My husband loves European brands, his favourite is Hugo Boss, and over the years Simon has built up a wardrobe of classic, stylish pieces.
Please remember, these are classic items for his wardrobe. Investment pieces, so you are buying like the Europeans. Better quality, less quantity.
The currency on this site is either USD or EUR.
Riccado Clothing UK stocks beautiful brands from Europe, because Europe is renowned for its fashion. Paris and Milan, in particular, are recognised as being the most booming of capitals.
There has been a huge western influence on Corporate men's fashion. Miamii from Ricaddo clothing has kindly written about European style and labels.
If you venture as far as France, you’ll hear plenty of discussion about “haute couture”, which is exclusively a Parisian export. To date, there has been no country in the world that boasts such skilful fashion designers or luxury labels as France.
However, it’s not just France who knows how to design high-end garments with a European feel, Diesel, Versace and Armani of Italy, and Hugo Boss of Germany, to name a few, do pretty good menswear also. These are European highly-respected luxury brands that men tend to purchase universally - all of which are available at Riccado Clothing.
Although it’s difficult to tell you how to dress “European” per say - as Europe, like all continents, has citizens who adopt their distinctive styles – the established premium brands that within Europe tend to provide chicer, office-wear garments that come at a high price. It’s important to remember that when you purchase a designer item, you’re paying for high-quality fabric that not only looks good but is attached to a well-respected brand, something which Riccado prides itself on.
Corporate men are more likely to be seen in suits and tuxedos during work hours (assuming their garments purchased from the likes of Armani, Givenchy, or Ted Baker). However, when work ends for the day, they would probably change into something more casual like Lacoste.
Of course, this is a broad generalisation, and there is no precise study to suggest all corporate men shop strictly within these European brands, but the purpose of this post is to identify that gentlemen of business would be inclined to buy at such European retailers.
Enjoy having a stylish guy by your side.
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