Strong-lined and striking, the flattop is as close to sculpture as men's hairstyles get. "It's a high fade haircut where the hair on the top is clippered in a way that produces a flat surface when product is added," says Gore. "The hair on the top can range from half an inch to a whole...

It would be remiss of us not to first mention that a lot of men don't need a toner. If you're blessed with a comparatively even complexion (lucky sod), then a regular face wash will do just fine. For the rest of us, toners are there to reduce blemishes and blotches, improving the overall...

With this in mind, today we bring you our basic guide to men's shirt and tie pairings... The concept of colour matching continues to stump even the most stylish of men. But the problem you have with combining shirts and ties is that, unless you want your work wardrobe to be very, very...

Totally discarding the Hipster subculture completely, TCGFGaSGFM (catchy, right?) keeps things as traditionally stylish as possible. You won't find advice on which coloured chinos are the best (FYI, it's khaki. Always khaki. Except when it's navy). Or the endless possibilities of a check...

" More noticeable than a low fade, but not as scalp-exposing as its high variant, the mid fade is, well, the perfect middle ground, and unsurprisingly one of the most popular fades men plump for. "The mid fade starts at the point above the ears, making it distinctive, yet still adaptable...

According to Rookwood, opt for cotton to get that super sharp red carpet-ready finish: "Cotton pocket squares offer a crisp edge when pressed to create that squared off straight line like Mad Men's Don Draper." Colour-wise, a white pocket square is a classic that every man should have in...

So, did this little guide help? Are you now staring at yellow armpit stains and planning a trip to the high street? Or do your t-shirts already fit like a glove? Let us know your favourite t-shirt brands and top tips in the comments section below...

Unlike older loafer styles, the horsebit doesn't look out of place with a formal suit, but completes it instead. There once was a time when only two types of men wore slippers outside of the house: Hugh Hefner and your grandad. And really, what's the difference? But in recent years, the...

Unlike older loafer styles, the horsebit doesn't look out of place with a formal suit but completes it instead. So, how can you start incorporating these hard-working, versatile styles into your daily rotation? We tapped Topman personal shopper Daniel Rhone for his dos and don'ts: "When...

With this in mind, we bring you the complete guide to men's belts... Do you know your belt size? It is often indicated in inches or centimetres. This number corresponds to the length of the tour of the strap – measured from the buckle to the mid hole – which is where it should be...

 

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