Weddings with Working Style

Weddings with Working Style

Wedding season is upon us and whether you are a groom, bride, groomsman or guest, it is important to make the process as stress-free as possible so you can sit back and enjoy the big day. Working Style craft the finest men's wedding suits in New Zealand and they make the process easy.

The correct colour, weave and weight cloth on a perfectly fitted  made-to-measure suit  can make a groom feel  relaxed during a hot summer wedding and look impeccable on the day as well as in his wedding photos in the years to come.  

We have been making tailor-made suits in New Zealand since 1987. Our detail-obsessed consultants can guide you through the cloth selection and fitting processes to produce some of the finest wedding suits in NZ and around the globe.

Groomsmen can also have their wedding attire arranged easily with our Suit Loan service. Our expert fitters work with you to find the most suitable option for your wedding and to make your groomsmen look the part, you’ll certainly love the cut of their jib.

Visit the stores for a coffee or glass of wine to discuss suits, suit hire and wedding outfits in a relaxed atmosphere with Working  Style’s experienced consultants or contact your nearest branch for more information.

This entry was posted in on Nov, 18 2014

The Smithsonian

A sneak peek behind the scenes at our recent Spring/Summer 14/15 campaign photo shoot. 

Photographed by the legendary Mark Smith. Video by Jeremy Toth.

This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Nov, 13 2014

The Cufflink Artisan

This is a short video showing the expert craftsmanship that goes in to Duchamp cufflinks.

Founded in 1989 by Mitchell Jacobs, the company was named after the French artist Marcel Duchamp.

Jacobs once claimed "Marcel Duchamp turned everyday objects into art and I turned everyday icons of men's fashion into wearable art", a claim that stands true to this day.

Duchamp cufflinks are available nation-wide at Working Style.

This entry was posted in on Nov, 11 2014

4 Essential steps for the perfect beard

4 Essential steps for the perfect beard

Nobody wants their facial hair to join their chest hair unless they need it for warmth whilst chopping trees in the Alaskan wilderness. However, even lumberjacks have standards to uphold.
A well-proportioned beard line flatters your jaw and outlines your beard but don’t over do it by making it a perfect square edge.

Justin Theroux (pictured) shows us how it is done.

Step 1 – Place two mirrors at an angle, so you can see the front and side of your face.

Step 2 – Find your neckline (yellow line in picture). Imagine a gently curving line from behind your ear, following the underside of your jaw and finishing a little above your Adam’s apple.

Step 3 – Follow the edge of your side burns downwards then curving backwards over your jaw, to get your corner line (red line in picture). When the corner line intersects your neckline, you have the corner of your beard.

Step 4 – Finally, shave your neck below your neckline then tidy up your cheek bones.

You are now the owner of a brilliant beard, make sure to clipper the length periodically to keep it looking its best.

This entry was posted in on Nov, 06 2014

Perugian Chocolate

Perugian Chocolate

Working Style have been working tirelessly to bring you the finest collection of footwear you can find in New Zealand.

Handmade in Spain, our highlight pair this season are the single monk strap shoes, limited to just 40 pairs.

While double monks have been the talk of the town lately, single monks are a more minimalist approach to this classic design.

A fine choice if you are wanting to update your shoe wardrobe this season.

This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Oct, 17 2014

End of an Era

End of an Era

Once upon a time we wrote all our tailoring notes in pads and archived them for future reference.

In the last couple of years we moved to digital records and all customers' tailoring requirements are available at the click of a button.

The boys were doing a spring clean and decided that the records we had hung onto from 2006 could go.

We reluctantly agreed.

This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Oct, 08 2014

Working Style Socks by Pantherella

Working Style Socks by Pantherella

This season's socks have been made by Pantherella in England, a renowned manufacturer of high quality men's socks for over 75 years.

Founded by Louis Goldschmidt, the socks are known for being lightweight and seamless, and the company has been the industry standard for decades.

Call your nearest store to view the whole range, priced at $49.

This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Oct, 01 2014

The great man Mr Nonu getting kitted out at Working Style

The great man Mr Nonu getting kitted out at Working Style

The great man Mr Nonu getting kitted out at Working Style Wellington last week. He loves our new polo shirts!

Here's to a speedy recovery.

Working Style

This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Sep, 30 2014

Last Man Standing

Last Man Standing

Sir Roger Moore's new autobiography Last Man Standing is available to purchase.

At times referred to as the James Bond with the most style, Sir Roger Moore was a cultural and fashion icon in the 1970s.

A good read with a martini - shaken, not stirred. You can get your copy here.

This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Sep, 18 2014

Feeling Kinky?

50 years of The Kinks

This year marks the 50th anniversary of The Kinks formation.

To commemorate their anniversary they will be having a series of archival releases - The Essential Kinks (Due October 14th, available to pre-order) and Muswell Hillbillies (Due November 10th, available to pre-order).

Available only on CD - truly old school

This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Sep, 12 2014