Can you believe we’re already halfway through the Spring Racing Carnival? Because I can, but that could have something to do with it being my favourite time of year & having already attended what I think is one of the best race days, Caulfield Cup, I’ve put together a ‘Steal Their Look’ list for those of you who have left shopping to the very last minute.
So fellas, no need to use brain power to work out what to chuck on, here’s some good-looking lads & what they wore…
The former Bachelor has become somewhat of a style icon & brand ambassador for Calibre since finding love on the reality show, and he certainly didn’t disappoint with girlfriend Anna Heinrich on the day. Standing out from the crowd, Tim rocked Calibre’s Purple Linen Blazer suit, with their white stretched linen pants. Tim’s shoes were the stand out, the Doucals Italian made shoes were a colour that no one else was wearing on the day & added an edge to the outfit.
Keeping with the theme, the most recent Bachelor Matty J was down from Sydney with his new bae Laura. Matty went for a more traditional get up, with a matching blue pant & suit also from Calibre. The textured tie with matching pocket square offered an edge & focal point to what was otherwise a more conservative look.
AFL great & husband to Rebecca Judd, Chris Judd, went for a darker look, sporting a grey suit & with peachy pink tie. He bared all when it came to the shoes, rocking a tanned lace up & exposed ankle. ONYA Chris! This look is perfect for the gents just easing their way into the world of fashion & can easily be achieved with Menzclub ‘plain grey suit’.
Personal Trainer Sam Wood nailed the sand suit colour, paired with a navy chino. And I don’t know about you, but as soon as I saw that tie I thought of Hawthorn Football Club! Who said racing couldn’t be mixed with AFL? You can achieve the sand look with Jack London’s ‘Hope Linen’ jacket. They also have a great range of chinos. Sam also proved the importance of matching your sunglasses to outfit.
I hate to be self-indulgent, but I wore MJ Bale’s ‘Fortunato navy suit’ & absolutely loved it. It was most definitely a talking point & raked in all of the compliments. Being such a busy jacket, I paired it with a light blue shirt & dark navy tie to soften the look, the white pants emphasised the detail of the jacket. I committed to the blue right down to the sunglasses, pocket square, belt & watch!
Now that you’ve finished reading this, get the keys, jump in the car & head down to Chapel St… there’s no time to spare! Keep in mind you may need to allow time for tailoring & if that’s the case – ‘Hangs Alterations’ is the place to go! Located opposite West Elm, Hang will have you looking schmick. Happy shopping lads.
We wanted to unearth the precinct’s most memorable and unique burgers for the ultimate Chapel Precinct burger crawl. Warning: salivation guaranteed.
Say ‘hello!’ to the new kids on the block. Here’s what’s new to the Chapel Street Precinct.
Looking to break free into the world of freelance, but worried about the cabin fever? Don’t fret. We’ve got you covered, well, Chapel Precinct does. Throw out that uncomfortable suit or the blister inflicting heels and slip into something comfy. A world where fast WIFI, pool tables and cool as hell creatives reign supreme…
Doors to the freshly refurbed Grill’d Windsor restaurant re-open on 14 May 2019 and there’s one very distinct difference. During its refurb downtime, Australian contemporary artist Anthony Lister came and went, leaving behind an exclusive artwork for burger eaters to enjoy.
Had a big night? Mouth as dry as the Sahara desert and stomach shouting ‘f*ck you!’? It’s okay, we understand that on Chapel Street one wine can often turn into many and a couple…
The unassuming entrance to this space will leave you delighted once you step inside and discover a beautifully transformed, open plan warehouse. A blank canvas that can be adapted to suit your posse’s needs.
A guide to the best street art south of the river… Windsor edition. For simple inspiration, or the perfect Insta selfie backdrop.
Sometimes you’ve just gotta try something a little different. So next time you’re heading to Chapel Street, why not explore a little further and take a stroll down to Forrest Hill Precinct?