How to choose them, how to work them
Braces were created back in the 18th century and became popular during the French Revolution: the best allies of formalwear, to replace (sometimes) the belt or to enhance the perfect ironing of men’s pants (or men’s cut pants, if worn by a woman).
This time braces are not worn on formal occasions or for a business meeting, like Michael Douglas in Wall Street. We just love the way Ben Whishawwears braces in TV series The Hour, with a white shirt and a burgundy tie, or Dominic West’s more relaxed style.
We can offer three different types(Plain Normal, Metallic Glittery, Wide Elastic) with various pattern designs(Union Jack, Polka dot, Chevron Checked etc) will be creative and embrace new style on a vintage shirt, highlight the waistline adding a belt, double the braces