Dan F. Stapleton
Dan’s writing on style, travel and more has appeared in The New York Times, the Australian Financial Review, Condé Nast Traveller and others. He is based in Sydney. Follow him on Instagram
Men are finally coming out of the closet about what they're putting in their closet.
What sight will the world behold when that dreaded pants-down moment arrives?
If being thin isn't an option then compression clothing can help you at least appear to be.
Are shorts in the office alright, or all wrong? European trends are pointing to the former.
Jeans and a collar? Suits sans tie? Ambiguity reigns with such an arbitrary dress code.
Slowly but surely, functional braces and intricate suspenders are making their way back into vogue.
Suits that can resist heat, cold, dirt, stain and water will make ordinary businessmen feel like superheroes.
Leave the old faithfuls at home - there are plenty of options for a more sophisticated summer wardrobe.
Just like a haircut, a pair of glasses can make or break your outward presentation. That may sound a little dramatic, but cast your mind back to the abject embarrassment caused by your worst-ever haircut and then get back to me.
Scuffed trainers, old soccer socks and stubbies no longer cut it at the gym so here are some tips for sweating in style.
From hickies to hangovers, here are the best ways to cover up your indiscretions in the office.