“In ages past, men made shifts in their wardrobes as they got older; certain clothes denoted a man’s stage in life, stature, and maturity. The generational lines between clothes are blurrier. But the things you want to communicate and do with your clothes still change as you get older, and there remain looks and style choices that are more appropriate to particular decades of life than others. “
Often considered the poor man’s substitute for velvet, corduroy is actually a very wonderful fabric that is made from cotton which is woven to lie parallel to each other, so it forms individual cords that almost appear to be separate and attached.Soft and yet durable, it’s a variation of velvet that’s easy to maintain and clean and still keeps its shape relatively well. Made from cotton or a cotton blend, it’s very popular for hunting apparel, trousers, jackets, suits and other cool-weather attire due to its warmth. Today’s guide is all about this wonderful material and how you can use it in men’s apparel.