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Must-Know Winter 2019 Menswear Trends

Must-Know Winter 2019 Menswear Trends

With the warm welcome of the New Year, it is such a cliché to talk about the chilling weather and the suitable fashion trends to opt for in extreme temperatures. Whether you love being dressed up smart with blazers, jackets, non iron shirts and pleated trousers, or you simply seek a clean athleisure look where you love being stylish and comfortable both at the same time. 2019 fashion is all about being stylish, trendy and comfortable all at the same time. Whether you are into fashion or not, the matter of fact is, we all love looking stylish and on trend. So, if you’d like to know some fashion predictions for the New Year, then read on.

Must-Know Winter 2019 Menswear Trends

But first, sign-up to the leading shopping portals online to check out the coolest winter collections for men at great discounted deals and offers. This new year, make your winter shopping affordable and save money by availing Farfetch voucher codes. These codes will help you save huge amounts every time you shop online. While you might be still searching for the trendiest styles, we have compiled a handy list of some emerging fashion trends:

Must-Know Winter 2019 Menswear Trends

Layer-Up Overcoats 

Perfect for dry winter versatility, overcoats are great fashion staples for men in 2019. With pretty-good warmth factors, overcoats can easily break up and protect you from the wind chill breeze and keep the rain away from your outfit underneath, thus, making these winter coats a must-have staple for chilling weather this year. Moreover, these coats are a great way to beat the elements without being overly padded or puffy.



Must-Know Winter 2019 Menswear Trends

Ribbed Knitwear for Added Warmth 

Knits are for everybody and are great to experiment with. While choosing knitwear for yourself, we would suggest you go beyond the colour and choose something with a textured weave. Go for a simple ribbed weave which looks interesting, which looks great when teamed with the right trousers and outerwear. Whether you choose a crew-neck or V-neck style, ribbed knitwear looks on pint while layered with outerwear.



Must-Know Winter 2019 Menswear Trends

Winter Boots

Boots are a great way to keep your feet protected and warm from the freezing weather conditions. They’re also another all-year men’s fashion staple, so make sure you have at least one pair of these smart and classy winter boots in your winter collection.



Must-Know Winter 2019 Menswear Trends

A Beanie to Battle the Breeze

Another must-have winter fashion staple every high-fashioned man should look for in 2019 is a beanie. Beautifully woven beanies available in myriads of sizes, colours, and patterns are a ticket to keep your ears warm and protected from the freezing breeze.



Must-Know Winter 2019 Menswear Trends

Comfy Loose Denim

Many men usually don’t like to be dressed up in skinny-fitting outfits, thus, the loose and comfy denim trend is a perfect winter staple to combat this. Denim is an all-rounder staple in a man’s wardrobe, but you must go for darker shades which can absorb heat more and keep you warm for longer. In other words, dark wash denim is the way to go with jeans, jackets and shirts and is great for both casual, as well as, semi-formal occasions.


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London Fashion Week Mens 2019

London Fashion Week Mens 2019

We’ve been attending the men’s fashion week in London since we began in 2012, and this was also the first year that UK menswear got its own platform to shine. Back then it was known as LCM and we’ve seen the ups and downs over the years. This year it was held in East London for the first time – within the Truman Brewery in Shoreditch – which would have felt like home for many of the designers who work from this area of London. An area of old mills, historic streets and urban art everywhere you look, it was heaven for the street style photographers and it worked really well as the new home for LFWM. Over 40 designers showcased their latest collections over three days and the British Fashion Council announced new data for the menswear fashion industry highlighting that consumer spending is up 5.1%, meaning menswear now accounts for 26% of the total clothing market. This event marked the 13th edition and as usual here is our round up:

London Fashion Week Mens 2019

Pronounce  

This season, Thomas Mailaender’s creative use of light in his ‘Illustrated People’ photographs, hugely inspired the two designers to discuss the abstract relationship between light and individuals through their designs. For their fourth London collection, Pronounce further extends the language of the brand. AW19 is a visual poem of relaxed tailoring and more, appreciating the beauty of crafted structure lines. Delicate hand-sewn piping techniques were one of the highlights, which represented beams of light.

London Fashion Week Mens 2019

Bobby Abley

For AW19, Bobby Abley takes inspiration from his family and
hometown of Scarborough, where he worked on the collection. Abley revisits his childhood; balaclavas, scarves and baby blankets are all replicated, and hand knitted by his mother and relatives and incorporated within the collection as one-off pieces. The family team of knitters also created cardigans and jumpers in fluorescent colours – a palette which recurs throughout the collection. The rest of the colours in the collection are inspired by Abley’s favourite characters from Pokémon. Fiery oranges of Charmander, soft lilac of Mewtwo, powdery blues of Squirtle and of course, the unmistakable sunshine yellow of Pikachu.

London Fashion Week Mens 2019

Band of Outsiders 

Band of Outsiders’ Creative Director Angelo Van Mol looked at the moon landing as a pioneering event. One source of inspiration was Damien Chazelle’s recent movie First Man, starring Ryan Gosling. But instead of focusing on the moon landing itself, Angelo turned to the people experiencing it while watching this happen in front of their living room’s TVs. The collection is very much about the feel of the end of the 60s and beginning of the 70s. The choice of colours and fabrics embodies this: warm hues including spice orange, burgundy and olive brown are balanced with camel, navy and black. That era was also one of protest, empowerment and challenging ideologies which led to a more open-minded society. People wanted to break barriers in every way, especially style, and explore new territories with the moon being the most unreachable and fascinating one.

London Fashion Week Mens 2019

Liam Hodges

Fashion has overdone nostalgia that attempts to cash in on your impossible longing for a perfect you and a perfect time. Liam Hodges has collaborated with Ellesse for AW19, reworking the firm’s ski-wear, using prints of salt crystals taken via a powerful microscope. The tracksuits draw from the projection of tesseract, a four-dimensional cube that exists within mathematics but that can only be rendered in 2D. The collection’s motif is a figure stuck between dimensions, knowing inside out all the people we’ll never meet, the books we’ll never read and the mixtapes we’ll never listen to.

London Fashion Week Mens 2019

Per Gotesson

Signature experimentation and free draping is teamed with investigations of tailoring that are respectful of tradition. Per has learned from the experts in new fields, from a tailor on Savile Row to an skilled digital pattern maker, to broaden his knowledge of draping and cloth techniques. “I was thinking about what it means to come from a simple place to a big complex city, like London. It’s about dreams of travel, ships in a bottle, experimentation with new forms and learning about traditions.”

London Fashion Week Mens 2019

Lou Dalton

Fake news, disinformation and post-truth politics dominate today’s media landscape. Lou Dalton has looked to those individuals who have historically challenged the ‘false reality’ created by incumbent rulers and regimes. Taking inspiration from the ‘severe style’ movement, namely Azerbaijani artist Tahir Salahov, Lou has adopted the utilitarian silhouettes of the industrial workers depicted in these works, combined with the sparing palette of contrasting vibrant and muted tones originally used to accurately portray true life in the Soviet 1960s.

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Introducing SuperdrySport SS19

Introducing SuperdrySport SS19

The latest drop from SuperdrySport has got us in the mood for hitting it hard at the gym for once. If you’re like us, the new year’s fitness bug only got you so far. But giving it 100% is actually required to see those results, rather than strolling around in an old band T-shirt and dull joggers that chafe, whilst listening to podcasts and not breaking into a sweat, and then consuming more calories than you burnt off with a post-workout protein cacao flapjack.

Introducing SuperdrySport SS19

Thanks to the diverse sports talent seen in the Spring/Summer 2019 SuperdrySport campaign video below, we now have all the motivation we need this week and we think you should join us. We’re talking dripping with sweat and feeling slightly sick; you’ll feel great afterwards, trust us. This campaign video features Revée Walcott-Nolan who is set to cement herself as one of Britain’s best 800/1500m athletes. Kirra Jones the Australian netball player, the Parisian basketball player Solanne Marechaux and Stefano who is a Kobox personal trainer.

Introducing SuperdrySport SS19

For SS19 the SuperdrySport range focuses on the finer details and product technicalities whilst continuing the brand’s celebration of self-expression and empowerment. Innovation has been tastefully combined with style to bring sportswear to those that primarily train indoors, whether that’s your high-intensity fitness class, spinning, circuits training, 5k on the treadmill, 5-a-side football or a more mind cleansing yoga class.

Introducing SuperdrySport SS19

Colour blocking, and bold splice logos underpin the menswear range. A palette of strong red, navy, white and grey colourways is forefront with a dose of mono camo across hero items such as the Gym Tech Stretch Jogger and Ziphood, made with thermal properties to ensure ultimate comfort. The collection also features retro styling that is modernised with tape and mesh detailing for increased comfort, so you can wear it all day long as well as at the gym.

Introducing SuperdrySport SS19

The Active Sport range for both men and women is a merger of both indoor and outdoor training gear, giving medium-impact support using lightweight and stretch materials to keep wearers both comfortable and cool. The men’s tank tops in shades of olive and light grey are balanced with fluro orange cagoules, all with high visibility reflective detailing, perfect for those evening street joggers. Zonal moisture wick T-shirts have been updated with ombre gradient shades. High impact training never looked so good with Superdry’s technical performance wear.

Introducing SuperdrySport SS19

This range is both functional and stylish, incorporating lightweight, seamless compression fabrics detailed with subtle reflective panels. Waterproof and wind resistant components mean whatever the weather conditions, these threads will help you conquer your fitness goals, no matter how big they are. Bringing a stand-out collection designed to take athleisure to a new level, SuperdrySport’s SS19 drop tastefully and practically blurs the boundaries between sportswear and casualwear.

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Introducing SuperdrySport SS19

Introducing SuperdrySport SS19

The latest drop from SuperdrySport has got us in the mood for hitting it hard at the gym for once. If you’re like us, the new year’s fitness bug only got you so far. But giving it 100% is actually required to see those results, rather than strolling around in an old band T-shirt and dull joggers that chafe, whilst listening to podcasts and not breaking into a sweat, and then consuming more calories than you burnt off with a post-workout protein cacao flapjack.

Introducing SuperdrySport SS19

Thanks to the diverse sports talent seen in the Spring/Summer 2019 SuperdrySport campaign video below, we now have all the motivation we need this week and we think you should join us. We’re talking dripping with sweat and feeling slightly sick; you’ll feel great afterwards, trust us. This campaign video features Revée Walcott-Nolan who is set to cement herself as one of Britain’s best 800/1500m athletes. Kirra Jones the Australian netball player, the Parisian basketball player Solanne Marechaux and Stefano who is a Kobox personal trainer.

Introducing SuperdrySport SS19

For SS19 the SuperdrySport range focuses on the finer details and product technicalities whilst continuing the brand’s celebration of self-expression and empowerment. Innovation has been tastefully combined with style to bring sportswear to those that primarily train indoors, whether that’s your high-intensity fitness class, spinning, circuits training, 5k on the treadmill, 5-a-side football or a more mind cleansing yoga class.

Introducing SuperdrySport SS19

Colour blocking, and bold splice logos underpin the menswear range. A palette of strong red, navy, white and grey colourways is forefront with a dose of mono camo across hero items such as the Gym Tech Stretch Jogger and Ziphood, made with thermal properties to ensure ultimate comfort. The collection also features retro styling that is modernised with tape and mesh detailing for increased comfort, so you can wear it all day long as well as at the gym.

Introducing SuperdrySport SS19

The Active Sport range for both men and women is a merger of both indoor and outdoor training gear, giving medium-impact support using lightweight and stretch materials to keep wearers both comfortable and cool. The men’s tank tops in shades of olive and light grey are balanced with fluro orange cagoules, all with high visibility reflective detailing, perfect for those evening street joggers. Zonal moisture wick T-shirts have been updated with ombre gradient shades. High impact training never looked so good with Superdry’s technical performance wear.

Introducing SuperdrySport SS19

This range is both functional and stylish, incorporating lightweight, seamless compression fabrics detailed with subtle reflective panels. Waterproof and wind resistant components mean whatever the weather conditions, these threads will help you conquer your fitness goals, no matter how big they are. Bringing a stand-out collection designed to take athleisure to a new level, SuperdrySport’s SS19 drop tastefully and practically blurs the boundaries between sportswear and casualwear.

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British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Its usual for media to pick up on whatever Meghan the Duchess of Sussex and Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge are wearing. In turn, the websites of those brands usually crash and the garments in question instantly sells out as the company struggles to manufacture quickly enough to keep up with demand. But what about the chaps; we’re rarely told what Prince Harry and Prince William are wearing. To help you shop like a royal prince we’ve put together a list of our favourite men’s fashion brands that supply their clothing to the British Royal Family. A Royal Warrant of Appointment is a mark of recognition of those who have supplied goods or services to the Households of HM The Queen, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh or HRH The Prince of Wales for at least five years, and who have an ongoing trading arrangement.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Wolsey 

Established in 1755, Wolsey is the oldest British menswear brand and has been a Royal Warrant holder continuously since 1935. During the 19th century and Britain’s industrial revolution, Wolsey pioneered unshrinkable wool hosiery from its origins in the East Midlands.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Burberry 

Established in 1856, Burberry is a global British luxury brand with a heritage of innovation, craftsmanship and design. Inspired by exploration, Thomas Burberry invented the waterproof fabric gabardine to protect from the elements, creating the foundation for the iconic trench coat that today remains at the core of the business. 

Corgi  

Since 1892, Corgi has been producing socks and knitwear of the very highest quality at their factory in Carmarthenshire, South West Wales. Using only the finest yarns and manufacturing methods handed down through the generations, they strive to maintain the uncompromising commitment to quality.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Crockett & Jones  

Crockett & Jones has achieved a worldwide reputation for its fine quality boots and shoes. Founded in 1879, this fifth-generation family business still makes its traditional craft made footwear in its original factory in Perry Street, Northampton. 

DAKS 

Founded in 1894, DAKS has since become one of the UK’s most quintessentially British luxury labels, specialising in fine tailoring and accessories for both men and women, whilst continuing to uphold the values of quality, reliability and innovation first established more than 100 years ago.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Dents  

Dents has manufactured fine leather gloves for over 240 years. The company was established in Worcester in 1777. Today the company continues to practice the traditional glove making skills, to create its fine gloves. Dents gloves are supplied to the finest stores worldwide. 

Ettinger 

Founded in 1934, Ettinger has established its reputation in the UK and abroad as one of the finest leather-goods manufacturers in Britain. The Ettinger style is timeless, elegant and imbued with typical English flair, allowing for some confident use of colour and resulting in contemporary classics with singular appeal.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Gieves & Hawkes 

As the quintessential British luxury brand for gentlemen, Gieves & Hawkes has over two centuries of trading history, and for over 100 years has resided at its iconic London address, No. 1 Savile Row – the home of bespoke tailoring and a destination for those seeking the ultimate sartorial experience. 

Hunter 

Founded in 1856, Hunter is a progressive British heritage brand renowned for its iconic Original boot. First introduced in 1956, the boot is handcrafted from 28 individual parts. The brand has a rich history of innovation, creating footwear and outerwear to protect from the weather and perform across all terrains.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Barbour 

Barbour is an English brand founded in 1894 and based in South Shields, Tyne and Wear. Now operating on a global basis, it sells products including outerwear, clothing, accessories and footwear for men, women and children under the collections Barbour Heritage, Barbour International, Barbour Lifestyle and Barbour Countrywear. 

Lock & Co. Hatters 

The world’s oldest hat shop Lock & Co. Hatters celebrated 340 years in 2016 and continues to be the ultimate purveyor of men’s, women’s and children’s hats. Founded in 1676 by Robert Davis, the St. James’s Street shop is the 34th world’s oldest family-owned business.

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British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Its usual for media to pick up on whatever Meghan the Duchess of Sussex and Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge are wearing. In turn, the websites of those brands usually crash and the garments in question instantly sells out as the company struggles to manufacture quickly enough to keep up with demand. But what about the chaps; we’re rarely told what Prince Harry and Prince William are wearing. To help you shop like a royal prince we’ve put together a list of our favourite men’s fashion brands that supply their clothing to the British Royal Family. A Royal Warrant of Appointment is a mark of recognition of those who have supplied goods or services to the Households of HM The Queen, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh or HRH The Prince of Wales for at least five years, and who have an ongoing trading arrangement.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Wolsey 

Established in 1755, Wolsey is the oldest British menswear brand and has been a Royal Warrant holder continuously since 1935. During the 19th century and Britain’s industrial revolution, Wolsey pioneered unshrinkable wool hosiery from its origins in the East Midlands.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Burberry 

Established in 1856, Burberry is a global British luxury brand with a heritage of innovation, craftsmanship and design. Inspired by exploration, Thomas Burberry invented the waterproof fabric gabardine to protect from the elements, creating the foundation for the iconic trench coat that today remains at the core of the business. 

Corgi  

Since 1892, Corgi has been producing socks and knitwear of the very highest quality at their factory in Carmarthenshire, South West Wales. Using only the finest yarns and manufacturing methods handed down through the generations, they strive to maintain the uncompromising commitment to quality.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Crockett & Jones  

Crockett & Jones has achieved a worldwide reputation for its fine quality boots and shoes. Founded in 1879, this fifth-generation family business still makes its traditional craft made footwear in its original factory in Perry Street, Northampton. 

DAKS 

Founded in 1894, DAKS has since become one of the UK’s most quintessentially British luxury labels, specialising in fine tailoring and accessories for both men and women, whilst continuing to uphold the values of quality, reliability and innovation first established more than 100 years ago.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Dents  

Dents has manufactured fine leather gloves for over 240 years. The company was established in Worcester in 1777. Today the company continues to practice the traditional glove making skills, to create its fine gloves. Dents gloves are supplied to the finest stores worldwide. 

Ettinger 

Founded in 1934, Ettinger has established its reputation in the UK and abroad as one of the finest leather-goods manufacturers in Britain. The Ettinger style is timeless, elegant and imbued with typical English flair, allowing for some confident use of colour and resulting in contemporary classics with singular appeal.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Gieves & Hawkes 

As the quintessential British luxury brand for gentlemen, Gieves & Hawkes has over two centuries of trading history, and for over 100 years has resided at its iconic London address, No. 1 Savile Row – the home of bespoke tailoring and a destination for those seeking the ultimate sartorial experience. 

Hunter 

Founded in 1856, Hunter is a progressive British heritage brand renowned for its iconic Original boot. First introduced in 1956, the boot is handcrafted from 28 individual parts. The brand has a rich history of innovation, creating footwear and outerwear to protect from the weather and perform across all terrains.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Barbour 

Barbour is an English brand founded in 1894 and based in South Shields, Tyne and Wear. Now operating on a global basis, it sells products including outerwear, clothing, accessories and footwear for men, women and children under the collections Barbour Heritage, Barbour International, Barbour Lifestyle and Barbour Countrywear. 

Lock & Co. Hatters 

The world’s oldest hat shop Lock & Co. Hatters celebrated 340 years in 2016 and continues to be the ultimate purveyor of men’s, women’s and children’s hats. Founded in 1676 by Robert Davis, the St. James’s Street shop is the 34th world’s oldest family-owned business.

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5 Of The Best Supercars of 2019

5 Of The Best Supercars of 2019

Supercars are incredibly impressive cars made by the best manufacturers in the world. These cars can be very expensive, but they can hit high speeds and are visually stunning. In this article, we are going to talk you through some of the best supercars that are available for purchase right now in 2019.

Audi R8

This exciting car is full of tech that will impress every auto fanatic out there. The Audi R8 features an impressive twin-clutch automated gearbox meaning you can easily switch between gears and hit that top speed much faster. This car also has a great 12.3-inch cockpit display which is virtual and is already a hit with lots of supercar owners out there right now.

5 Of The Best Supercars of 2019

Ferrari 488 

Ferrari’s 488 is one of the best supercars on the market right now thanks to its award-winning engine. This vehicle is perfect for those who want to get to the top speed in a matter of seconds and it has proven to be great on the race track. If you think it’s already a stunning motor, you’ll be left breathless when you see the enhancements that people are making to it. If you are thinking about upgrading this car, Scuderia Car Parts advise adding a full sports exhaust kit to improve the sound quality and carefully lowering the car to optimise handling.

5 Of The Best Supercars of 2019

Lamborghini Huracan Performante 

Lamborghini are known for their extremely fast supercars and the Huracan Performante has got to be one of the most powerful and exciting vehicles out there right now. In terms of torque, you’ll find that this car will produce 600Nm which makes it pretty impressive. Auto fanatics love this supercar and it definitely deserves its place on our list of the best supercars available right now.

5 Of The Best Supercars of 2019

McLaren 720S 

The McLaren 720S features an impressive 4.0 litre engine and can produce up to 720bhp which is where the name comes from. This car can go from still right up to 62mph in a matter of seconds, meaning that it definitely shows its strength on the racetrack. The infotainment package also stands out, with a package that is a lot better than on other vehicles from this manufacturer.

5 Of The Best Supercars of 2019

Ferrari 812 

The final car on our list is another Ferrari. This time, the Ferrari 812 which comes with its own 6.5 litre engine. This vehicle is beyond luxurious and will impress on the track (if that’s what you’re planning on using it for). Also, inside is a rear wheel drive system which supercar fanatics are sure to love. The Ferrari 812 is a simply beautiful model and it’s easy to see why so many people are falling in love with it.

5 Of The Best Supercars of 2019

There are plenty of great supercars out there right now, but the best have managed to make it onto our list. If you are thinking about investing in one of these, make sure that you maintain it correctly and implement any upgrades that may enhance it further. Once you own your dream supercar, you will never look back.

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5 Of The Best Supercars of 2019

5 Of The Best Supercars of 2019

Supercars are incredibly impressive cars made by the best manufacturers in the world. These cars can be very expensive, but they can hit high speeds and are visually stunning. In this article, we are going to talk you through some of the best supercars that are available for purchase right now in 2019.

Audi R8

This exciting car is full of tech that will impress every auto fanatic out there. The Audi R8 features an impressive twin-clutch automated gearbox meaning you can easily switch between gears and hit that top speed much faster. This car also has a great 12.3-inch cockpit display which is virtual and is already a hit with lots of supercar owners out there right now.

5 Of The Best Supercars of 2019

Ferrari 488 

Ferrari’s 488 is one of the best supercars on the market right now thanks to its award-winning engine. This vehicle is perfect for those who want to get to the top speed in a matter of seconds and it has proven to be great on the race track. If you think it’s already a stunning motor, you’ll be left breathless when you see the enhancements that people are making to it. If you are thinking about upgrading this car, Scuderia Car Parts advise adding a full sports exhaust kit to improve the sound quality and carefully lowering the car to optimise handling.

5 Of The Best Supercars of 2019

Lamborghini Huracan Performante 

Lamborghini are known for their extremely fast supercars and the Huracan Performante has got to be one of the most powerful and exciting vehicles out there right now. In terms of torque, you’ll find that this car will produce 600Nm which makes it pretty impressive. Auto fanatics love this supercar and it definitely deserves its place on our list of the best supercars available right now.

5 Of The Best Supercars of 2019

McLaren 720S 

The McLaren 720S features an impressive 4.0 litre engine and can produce up to 720bhp which is where the name comes from. This car can go from still right up to 62mph in a matter of seconds, meaning that it definitely shows its strength on the racetrack. The infotainment package also stands out, with a package that is a lot better than on other vehicles from this manufacturer.

5 Of The Best Supercars of 2019

Ferrari 812 

The final car on our list is another Ferrari. This time, the Ferrari 812 which comes with its own 6.5 litre engine. This vehicle is beyond luxurious and will impress on the track (if that’s what you’re planning on using it for). Also, inside is a rear wheel drive system which supercar fanatics are sure to love. The Ferrari 812 is a simply beautiful model and it’s easy to see why so many people are falling in love with it.

5 Of The Best Supercars of 2019

There are plenty of great supercars out there right now, but the best have managed to make it onto our list. If you are thinking about investing in one of these, make sure that you maintain it correctly and implement any upgrades that may enhance it further. Once you own your dream supercar, you will never look back.

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Get in Shape with Dietbon Weight Loss Meals

Get in Shape with Dietbon Weight Loss Meals

January is here chaps! The month when suddenly you cannot get a parking spot at your local gym because everyone has suddenly become fitness focused. People will quit alcohol and also make resolutions to lose the excess weight from the endless chocolate, cheese, wine and deserts that the festive season brought with it.

Get in Shape with Dietbon Weight Loss Meals

For those looking for a fool proof easy option, let us introduce you to Dietbon weight loss meals and tea. The Dietbon diet plan concept includes daily meals (1 week, 1 – 4+ months) and dietary consultations which allows you to customise the program to suit your individual target e.g. to lose those extra pounds gained during Christmas by eating healthy and doing cardio at the gym.

Get in Shape with Dietbon Weight Loss Meals

Dietbon will have your healthy eating part sorted, no problem. All that will be left for you is to keep to the fitness part. Daily meals in rather cool packaging are delivered to your home: breakfast, lunch, a snack and dinner for 6 days out of 7. The 7th day is a day where you can simply forget about your diet, be a bit naughty and go out for dinner with friends or cook something a bit hearty at home.

Get in Shape with Dietbon Weight Loss Meals

Because the meals are portion and calorie controlled, it allows customers to lose up to 8lbs per month which is both realistic and healthy. You can choose from 50 dishes for lunch and dinner, 7 breakfasts, snacks and desserts. Some were really tasty and satisfied my hunger and craving. I’d recommend making a list of the meals you find really tasty (I like the pasta dishes and chocolate breakfast bars and muesli in particular) and order more of those for future weeks. I managed to lose a few pounds even without a cardiovascular fitness regime, so its clear the results would be better if you were to do both side by side.

Get in Shape with Dietbon Weight Loss Meals

The dishes are certified 100% natural and are cooked ready to eat, and don’t need to be stored in a fridge prior to opening. To cook they simply need to be heated for 2 minutes in the microwave, which is handy if you’re not great in the kitchen department. Also, you can join online group meetings led by a dietician once a week and dietary consultations by telephone with a dietician monthly. You also get a 84-page guide ‘My Dietbon guide to success’ to help keep that motivation going. And from January 2nd to 15th 2019 you can get 20% off all Dietbon meal plans, so really have no excuse to get 2019 of to a healthy start.

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Discover December 2018 Coolest Stuff

Discover December 2018 Coolest Stuff

I think I will take this opportunity to wish you all a Merry Christmas. It’s been one very crazy year, so please relax and enjoy all the festivities, and hope for 2019 to be awesome. Although the sales and gift buying offers are in full swing, there’s been a few new releases that have gone unnoticed on the MenswearStyle radar. We have a very old whisky which will cost you ten grand, a UK made jumper you’ll want to pass down and a solar watch which can run for 10 months on a full charge. So, following on from my November roundup, I’ve compiled a list of my favourite products and releases for the month of December 2018 – enjoy.

Discover December 2018 Coolest Stuff

GANT Slim Twill Chinos 

If there was ever a time to wear a pair of chinos in the colourway of Country Green, now is certainly the time. This autumn and winter-friendly shade is a seasonal favourite, and the shape and texture of this design by GANT makes them laidback and versatile too. Made with a touch of comfort stretch and woven in a preppy twill with dark blue chambray and cream herringbone lining, these slim fit chinos are just the ticket for understated preppy style.

Discover December 2018 Coolest Stuff

Tomatin 50-Year-Old Whisky 

Tomatin, the award-winning Highland whisky distillery, has announced the release of its highly anticipated single malt, the Tomatin 50-Year-Old, distilled on 24th November 1967. Following 50 years of maturation at their distillery, the deep-honey coloured expression has been bottled in its most natural form, yielding just 70 special bottles at 45.3% abv. Spare £10,000 anyone?

Discover December 2018 Coolest Stuff

Nicolas Dixon x Seven Feet Apart

At the beginning of 2018, Nicolas Dixon worked on a collaboration with SEVEN FEET APART to create the DXZ Limited Edition and now it’s here – The DX-7 Limited Edition is ready to buy. The new sneaker is a work of art, featuring Dixon’s unique graphic work on the side and front panels. The heel cup on each is finished by hand by Nicholas – including the DX7 logo and the number. He will also sign each box too.

Discover December 2018 Coolest Stuff

Sassy Cider x Craig & Karl 

This Autumn, Sassy Cidre, France’s first contemporary cider brand, has joined forces with acclaimed artists Craig and Karl to launch a Limited-Edition gifting collection in time for Christmas. The collection includes Sassy’s Original pour, as well as two new delicious flavours, Pear and Rose – all beautifully packaged in this unique collectors’ box.

Discover December 2018 Coolest Stuff

Beacon & Armour #passthisjumperonto 

This campaign is designed around the art of Kintsugi – It means, ‘to join with gold’. The broken pieces of an accidentally-smashed pottery are carefully reassembled and then glued together with lacquer that is mixed with very luxuriant gold powder. Because these jumpers carry the weight of history; like passing down clothing from one generation to the next, buying them for someone would be like passing heritage onto them. Combining the art of Kintsugi with this philosophy, Beacon & Armour‘s aim is to restore these two pieces of history with jumpers that are ethically-made here in the UK.

Discover December 2018 Coolest Stuff

Seiko Prospex #StreetSeries 

A timepiece inspired by the original 1975 Seiko diver’s in a more compact design, perfect for urban living. Retaining the same distinctive and protective design, the 3D stainless steel casing is smaller with a 46mm face and is worn using a reinforced silicon strap which can withstand harsh operating environments. This is a watch for city, country and sea as it is fully functional to 200m/660ft underwater. Powered by Seiko’s Solar technology, it will operate for 10 months when fully charged.

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