by Daniel
The boohooMAN team went to Barber Barber in Leeds, to get the ideal setting for our tailoring campaign. Our tailoring range brings a modern twist on some classic styles, and the gentleman’s only saloon established the old school vibe we envisioned, to compliment the unique look of the collection. The shop was full of quirky props; vintage chairs, black and white pictures, a fully stocked bar and a poker lounge. We even brought in our own boohooMAN barber to complete the look. Enough talk about the setting, it’s time to focus on the collection. Models Savio De Chiara & Bruno Fabre, got fixed up in an array of slim fit, skinny fit and super skinny fit suits, and showcased their style throughout the store. We’ve added some boohooMAN flavour to some timeless looks, like our cropped bomber suits in check and tailored stripes; the perfect outfit for any formal occasion. It wouldn’t be a tailoring collection without a trendy tux. Our Skinny fit tuxedo comes equipped with shawl blazer, waistcoat and trousers. Add a cool pocket square and slick tie, you’ll look like a boohooMAN bond. Check o
by Daniel
We are all over the new bleach distressed look. We’re moving on from the classic distressed tee and going in with this new take. The bleached distressed look is giving us real feels for this summer. With upcoming festival season just around the corner, this is an easy way to have that one item to finish that ‘rave ready’ look. The bleached finish has been showcased by A$AP Rocky, Kanye and plenty
by Jonny
“You can always judge a man by his shoes.” It's said that, undoubtedly, shoes are equally as important as your outfit. You wouldn’t want to match a pristine three-piece suit with a pair of basic lace ups. Traditionalists from Saville Row would argue
by Jonny
Spring is here, and with it comes endless possibilities of good times and memories as we party our way into summer. You’re officially done with winter and you need to show it, so don’t let anyone stand in your way on this journey. Your destination is nameless and when you finally arrive you don’t care where you call home. It’s time to make your mark on 2017, so grab your jacket and jump into the
by Nathan
Whether you think it's cool or you think it's a crime, there's no denying that graffiti is everywhere you look. From the little scribbles on lampposts to the massive murals on the sides of buildings, street art has become a normal part of life - as much as the authorities would have you believe otherwise. It's no longer restricted to walls though and is now as big a part of menswear as it is the streets with spray-paint splattered denim and jackets and graffiti style prints on tees and bombers. With the trend for distressing and customised garms continues, one that's perfectly represented throughout our denim workshop, it's no wonder that the next step on the 'worn in' ladder was for paint. Paint Splatter Detailing Each of the two styles gives a totally unique street-ready look and whilst it looks good, it's best not to wear a whole outfit worth of paint splattered gear. Instead pick one item and use it as a statement piece. Wear a pair of paint splattered jeans with a plain white t-s
by Nathan
The Biker Jacket is one of those pieces where you can either pull it off, or you can't. Thankfully we're at hand to point you in the right direction as to why you should give the timeless piece a go, because we think making it work is a lot easier than you'd think. It's called a Biker Jacket for a reason, being that it has it's roots in being worn whilst riding a motorcycle instead of a more restrictive coat that's bigger in every proportion, but that's not the only excuse to own one anymore. Over the years style icons from James Dean, Steve McQueen, Pharrell Williams and Kanye West have all been seen wearing them and given the varying styles that each of these had it just proves the point. Reason 1 - They Look Good In Leather Reason 2 - They Look Better In Suede Reason 3 - They're Just Cool Last but not least, they're just cool. Since Marlon Brando made the look his own back in '50s, the biker jacket, both leather and suede, have been synonymous with that bad-boy attitude that everybody needs to have a little of. The biker jacket somehow oozes the quiet confidence of a man that's w
by Nathan
Last week the boohooMAN team hosted a Denim Workshop where ten of our favourite bloggers were invited to customise some of their favourite boohooMAN denim pieces. With the boohooMAN design team on hand, guests were treated to a crash course in customisation techniques such as distressing, applying patches and cutting. Broadcasting the whole event on snapchat with a custom filter, everyone added t
by Nathan
Summer still seems so far away because it's still cold, dark and definitely still winter but with the January blues now over and done with; there's no excuse to not invest in a new outfit or two. The spring trends are in and denim is making waves bu
by Nathan
What was originally a piece of sportswear rarely seen away from the track, is now undoubtedly a cosy classic. The tracksuit is something that's synonymous with casual weekends in front of the TV or hanging out with mates for a game or two of FIFA but that's not to say that it's something that can't be dressed up thanks to modern detailing including distressing, elongated hems and biker details. S
by Nathan

Denim jacket, trucker jacket, whatever you want to call it, it's a piece that's making one hell of a comeback. Traditionally seen to be a traditional piece of workwear thanks to the rugged nature of denim, the trusty denim jacket is now a mainstay staple for men everywhere from streetwear dressers to heavy-metal fans alike. But double denim (especially when it's the same wash) is a little bit of a no-go. So what do you wear with the iconic piece