Weldon Barber Spokane – As with many other aspects of modern life, current trends in men’s grooming embrace contradiction. More than any other era, men are choosing their style based on their personal preferences rather than donning the standard uniform of their peers.
The 1950’s Clean-Shaven Look – Weldon Barber Spokane
No one can deny the amazing success of the Madmen series and the influence it’s had on fashion trends. At Weldon Barber Spokane we’ve experienced a marked increase in men seeking the well-tailored, clean-cut image reminiscent of the 50’s. After all, who can resist the essence of this era that gave birth to the suburb, dark, tailored suits, the “bob”, and pleated, knee length skirts?
This well-groomed trend has shown itself to be attractive to those longing for the simplicity and order of this bygone era. What’s more, those choosing this image which signified conformity in its day, now express an image of revolt against the modern values of society.
The Unshaven Revolution – Weldon Barber Spokane
In stark contrast, the New York Times has recently acquainted its readers with the contradictory trend they’ve coined as the “whisker rebellion.” (see “Whisker Rebellion”) The New York time described pursuers of this latest movement seek freedom from unnecessary restriction; protesting against the rules of society in favor of the more wily values of the mountain man. However, as simplistic as this fashion trend may seem, you may want to consult the professionals at Weldon Barber Spokane to “pull-it-off” properly. After all, incorrectly executed, seekers of this look may appear more reminiscent of the typical couch potato than the Marlboro man!
You’ve gotten a great men’s haircut at Weldon Barber Spokane – flaunt it with a nicely tied tie!
OK, so you just experienced an amazing men’s haircut at Weldon Barber Spokane. Now, you want to emphasize your appearance with a good looking necktie, properly tied.
There are many ways to tie your tie, with both simple and fancy knots. Here at Weldon Barber Spokane we know that probably the most popular knot is the Windsor. Learn how to tie it. After you learn it practice, practice, practice.
- Start with wide end of tie on your right and extending a foot below narrow end.
- Cross wide end over narrow and bring up through loop.
- Bring wide end down, around venid narrow end up on your right.
- Then put down through loop anda round across narrow as shown.
- Turn and pass up through loop.
- Complete by slipping down through the knot in front. Tighten and draw up snug to collar.
(Thanks to our partner American Crew, Official Supplier to Men, for this tip!)
Remember, go to Weldon Barber Spokane for a great men’s haircut and then maximize your look with a properly tied neck tie!
You’ve visited your Spokane Barber and received “the perfect cut.” Now learn to wear it right in a suit.
You’ve taken the first step – gone to your Spokane barber, Weldon. But how do you finish the look to get the sharp, trendy business look you’re after. The people at GQ Magazine have provided an excellent video to guide you in learning to “wear your suit, rather than being one.” Check out this informational video:
The combination of these tips and a sharp look from your Spokane barber, Weldon Barber, will help you to create the image you’re looking for to get ahead in the business world and beyond. For continual tips and trends to keep you at your best, be sure to follow our blog: Weldon Barber Blog.