How to Dress like a Gentleman

Step 1 Begin with a close shave followed by a moisturizing balm to keep skin looking bright and fresh.  Step 2 Ensure collar is starched and crisp cuffs are secured with elegant silver cufflinks.  Step 3 slip into a charcoal grey three piece suit.  Step 4 Add a quality bias cut silk tie to complete your look.  Choose a color that contrast with the grey of your suit, perhaps sunny yellow.  Step 5 finish with a light mist of Penhaligon's Sartorial.

Step 1: Take a leaf out of Beau Brummell's book and take time over your toilette. Begin with a close shave followed by a moisturizing balm to keep skin looking bright and fresh. Facial hair should be neatly trimmed.

Step 2: Inhale the aromas of a freshly pressed cotton shirt as your put it on. Ensure your collar is starched and crisp cuffs are secured with elegant silver cuff-links.

Step 3: Slip into a charcoal grey three piece suit, tailor made on Savile Row from the finest British wool.

Step 4: Add a quality bias cut silk tie to complete your look. Choose a color that contrasts with the grey of your suit; perhaps a sunny yellow.

Step 5: Finish with a light mist of Penhaligon's Sartorial. Inspired by the scents of the workroom at Norton & Sons, Bespoke Tailors at No. 16 Savile Row, Sartorial is a fragrance for a new generation of gentlemen.