Regular readers will know that my blog is usually reserved for my writing about style mistakes which I have witnessed each week or gleefully boasting about the wonderful trips that I have managed to wrangle unsuspecting people into accompanying me on. However, this week is a little different. With this being the first week of the Spring… Read More My “SPRING” Wishlist
The idea of travelling alone is not something which worried me in any way; it was just something I had never done before. I have always been blessed with a group of friends and a beautiful partner who were always willing to participate in my international exploits. However, when the offer to go to London… Read More Travel Blog: London
Hey guys, Sorry it’s been so quiet the last half of February. Things have been a little crazy in my personal life – unfortunately I haven’t found the time to provide you with the quality content you deserve! I will be back to normal with my weekly posts as of next Tuesday. Apologies. … Read More Gallus Lad Playlist – February 2016
First off, let’s get the hard part out of the way….Valentine’s Day is a pointless holiday isn’t it? It has been pushed upon us hard by jewellery designers, card companies and those wonderful people who sell individual roses outside of train stations – but no one has yet been able to find a justifiable reason as… Read More Style 101: Valentine’s Day – What to Wear!
The idea of “wanting to dress better” is one which many guys have spoken to me about this week. That first step can be a daunting task, it’s definitely easy to feel uncomfortable and out of your depth. I’ve had a few private messages on twitter about tips for someone who is at the beginning… Read More 5 Things to Learn When Starting Your Menswear Journey
The world famous designer Paul Smith was recently in Glasgow to celebrate the opening of the “Hello, My Name is Paul Smith” exhibition at The Lighthouse venue in the city. The exhibition was first displayed in London a few years ago; but has since spent 2015 and 2016 (so far) touring Europe. Now it is… Read More HIS NAME IS “PAUL”
The world I heard most often in Berlin was definitely “rebuilt”. From the time I spend there, one thing became perfectly clear, Berlin was bombed to ruins during the Second World War. Seriously, go on the “big red tourist bus”; I promise almost every single attraction will have been “rebuilt” after the war. One of those… Read More Travel Blog: Berlin (Part 2)