Mr Dallas Arrowsmith
A forum for me to share perspective on men's style and the lessons and insight into thoughtful, sensible and sustainable choices on wardrobe, food and leisure, health and lifestyle.
Finessing the fundamentals for Spring and Summer
In the southern hemisphere, after Winter most people will be looking forward to the lifestyle and wardrobe change that comes with Spring.
Navigate the basic corporate wardrobe
People have often asked me, “What clothes should I buy?” and to answer this question, I realize a structured approach is needed for the response.
The Gentleman's guide to Father's Day Gift Giving
Gentleman… a skill an attribute becoming of a gentleman is procuring the perfect gift for every occasion. For this article, such an occasion to reference, is Father’s day. Yes, it is time to show the OG gentleman in your life just how much you have appreciated their support and whose life lessons we have learned.
Fashion curation for Style
If you have uncertainty about what your style is, I offer my perspective on how to understand and develop style. To avoid confusion, I will be addressing fashion and style, relative to the body zone – this is the top of your head to the soles of your shoes.
The Classic Trench Coat
When I mention the trench coat, it may conjure up visions of film and television characters such as Humphrey Bogart's infamous Rick Blaine in Casablanca, spies like Maxwell Smart, or memorable detective Columbo. With those examples, in mind, you don't have to be working a case, going undercover or on a mission, but a good quality trench coat is a worthy addition to your winter wardrobe.
The Winter Workout
Even though we are halfway through winter, in the southern hemisphere, it's not too late to shed that pesky mix of Covid lockdown and winter weight. Let's put aside the convenient food delivery apps and all that chilling via your entertainment streaming app, and concentrate on getting back on track.
The Job Interview
So you have been selected for an interview for your dream job. No need to be stressed. Often noted as one of the most stressful situations in your career, hopefully, I can impart some wisdom and lessons to aid in alleviating some of that pressure, so it's no longer a concern. In your interview, you should be focussed entirely on the interviewer's questions and your responses. You don't want to be worried that your potential employer has noticed your suit doesn’t fit, or that your shirt is missing a button.