How To Dress To Impress Your Mother

26 September 2016

1. Look sharp. A smart outfit is sure to impress your mum and charm her to say "yes" to your next wants and needs.

Above: Shirt by SLVDR, Shirt by DANIEL W FLETCHER, Suit by GABICCI


2. Dress in an all white outfit to highlight to your mum you are still the innocent boy she always believed you were.

Above: Shirt and joggers by DANIEL W FLETCHER


3. Don’t be afraid of using the iron. Your mum will love your ironed shirt look and be happy she no longer has to do it for you.

Above: Shirt by MATTHEW MILLER


4. Nothing impresses mum like shiny shoes.

Above: Shoes by G H BASS


5. Wear the clothes she bought you for your birthday. That is sure to put a smile on her face.

Above: Jumper by DANIEL W FLETCHER, Trousers and jacket by NATURAL SELECTION


6. Only lie on the ground if it's clean, don't want to get your clothes dirty now do we?

Above: Gillet by MAISON KITSUNE, Trousers by NATURAL SELECTION


7. Use a lovely aftershave. Your mum will feel proud she brought you up to be a presentable young man.

Above: Jumper by GENEVIEVE SWEENEY


8. Look mum, I'm wearing your clothes! That will be sure to make her laugh.

Above: Top and shorts by NATIVE YOUTH, Costume Jewelley CRUZ BUENO


9. Wear the watch she gave you for your graduation. You're a man now, and able to be on time to stuff.

Above: Top by NATIVE YOUTH, Watch by DUFA


10. Put on your glasses and look like you're super clever and totally have your homework all under control.

Above: Glasses by ACE & TATE, Shirt by NORSE PROJECT, Jumper by GENEVIEVE SWEENEY, Blazer by GABICCI


11. Dress in a smart coat and look like mum’s favourite picture of your granddad.

Above: Jacket by GABICCI


Stockists:

ACE & TATE
CONTINUITY
CRUZ BUENO
DANIEL W FLETCHER
D
UFA

G H BASS
GABICCI
GENEVIEVE SWEENEY
MAISON KITSUNE
NATIVE YOUTH
NATURAL SELECTION
NORSE PROJECT
SLVDR


Words by Ede Dugdale.

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