Former lawyer and Logie Nominee, Charlie Pickering is the edgy, polished and hilarious comedian that has become a household name on Australian television. Not afraid to crack a joke or engage in political discussions, Charlie is well known as the co-host of The Project and is yet to be seen looking anything less than refined and dapper. READ MORE ON CHARLIE >>
Style Note: If a suit doesn’t fit in the shoulders, it doesn’t fit. A suit should be snug and emboldening. If you pull on a jacket and feel only droop, size down until you don’t.2. One, Two… But Never Three
Style Note: A two-button stance is the stylish man’s default setting. A little on the short side? Embrace a punchy, single button suit and lengthen your torso.3. Nip/Tuck
Style Note: The more modern and tailored your suit, the shorter you can pick your jacket length. Look to the Italians to take the lead in a sharp, flattering cut. Remember: It’s all about body proportion. A longer jacket will shorten your legs. Similarly, if you’re top-tall, keep length and ditch the lanky look for good.
Style Note: What’s the point of a killer suit if you’re going to style it down with generic everything else? Keep your style enigmatic—with, say, a punchy, textured tie.
Make a basic knot—and leave an inch of extra length on one end.Step 2
Fold the shorter end into a regular bow shape. Lay it on your first knot.Step 3
Drop the longer end vertically over the folded end.Step 4
Double that long end over itself, placing it over the knot. The two folded ends should make a cross (you’re almost there).Step 5
All right, breathe: Pass the right fold under and behind the left side of the knot and through the loop on the opposite side.Step 6
Tighten, straighten, and refine. How do you know when it’s finished? When you look dapper as hell.
Kanye taught us well: a punchy hue, a fitted blazer, and rubber-soled oxfords. And sure, the pose helps too.