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Joe Ando-Hirsh, a sewist and actor in New York who is in his 20s, thinks this disconnection between the technical process and final garment has been further strengthened by the commercialization of fashion week, where the focus is largely on documenting the shows and celebrities and not what goes into making the collection. With TikTok, Mr. Ando-Hirsh tries to give sewing modern clout.

He was planning his senior fashion show at the Fashion Institute of Technology and organizing a summer internship when coronavirus hit. Mr. Ando-Hirsh moved from Brooklyn to his parents’ house on Long Island, setting up a studio in their garage. His girlfriend Niamh Adkins, a model, suggested he make a TikTok profile about sewing. On March 14, he shared the process of sewing a red jacket with heart details for her birthday. In the months since, he has gained over 800,000 followers, and also started posting tutorials on YouTube.

“I’m happy that these videos are giving some kids permission to pursue what they want to do, ”Mr. Ando-Hirsh said, “because there’s so many people who comment saying like, ‘Man I always had thought about doing fashion but I went to med school instead and I really regret it.’”

Currently inspired by mixing the cream colors of desert environments with the oversized, masculine style of 1970s Wall Street, Mr. Ando-Hirsh takes custom orders and hopes to start his own business focusing on unisex fashion. He hopes to appeal to younger generations that are more fluid with their clothing choices and particularly men who are increasingly willing to take fashion risks, experimenting with color and more form fitting styles.

“All of that is changing right now,” he said, “I think aside from the pandemic, it’s a really good and interesting time to be a designer because there’s more people out there who are open to what you’re doing.”

Brandon Hayden, 24, a sewist in Atlanta who runs Happily Dressed, a wellness brand, also has this mind-set. Mr. Hayden has a fraternal twin and wanted to distinguish himself by wearing thrifted outfits that mixed more masculine and feminine styles. Sewing enables him to envision garments beyond the narrow fashion choices for men, and also take a stand against environmentally damaging fast fashion cycles. He thrifts most of his fabrics, often using curtains, tablecloths and other unexpected materials: Upholstery fabric with safari animals became a cropped jacket and a Carhartt denim coat was transformed into a chain bag.

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    male pattern boldness: Awesome New Men’s Patterns!

    Readers, I can’t talk about lace and taffeta for one more day without puking wedding invitations.  Instead, I want to talk about guy stuff. 

    I was shopping online for patterns last night when I came across these incredible new men’s pattern lines.  I can’t wait to make the cute plaid shirt up top and the pea coat below center.  And how about that great messenger bag!

    Then, from a different pattern company, I found this classic chambray shirt with shorts:

    And these colorful summer pants, vests, and jackets:

    Wait — did I mention I was dreaming?  I’d dozed off right there on Etsy!

    I woke up and was reminded of the grim reality:

    His and her fleece.

    Boxy jackets to wear over said fleece.  (Note how this is categorized: “Sleepwear, Unisex, and…Men.“)

    Scrubs — they’re not just for orthopedic surgeons and dental hygienists!

    Unisex pajama bottoms in novelty flannel from Jo-Ann Fabrics.

    Roomy shirts perfect for the all-you-can-eat shrimp buffet at Shoney’s.

    Elastic waistbands for same.

    And people wonder why more men don’t sew.

    Let’s give credit where credit is due: German Burda is ahead of the game.  This jacket is cute-ish.

    Then again, Burda is also responsible for this.  I shudder.

    Friends, how difficult would it be for a pattern company to come up with some cool patterns?  We’re not reinventing the wheel here: we’re talking pants, shirts, a vest, a jacket.  Style it to look hip, hire a model.  Don’t make him pose next to a six-year-old mini-me.  Can you see the difference?

    Seriously.   I can’t speak for every guy or woman who sews for guys, but I would be thrilled to have patterns for some of the outfits posted here which, by the way, are from J. Crew and Woolrich Woolen Mills — nothing avant-garde, no men in corsets or Pee Wee Herman suits.  Explore any fashion magazine or men’s style blog and this is the kind of thing you see.

    Both Land’s End and LL Bean both have “hip” fashion lines using the same fabrics and styles their main brand uses but cutting them and styling them in a more contemporary (read slimmer) way.  Why can’t pattern companies do this?

    I’m not one for rants and I do understand the economics involved.  But there’s a potential market out there of young men who care about how they look and they can’t all draft for themselves or bother tinkering with vintage patterns.  Are we investing in the future or aren’t we?

    Readers, what are your thoughts about this?

    How can we make this happen?

    Jump in!

    Mrs H – the blog: The Top 5 Sewing Blogs Written by Men

    This month, as you have probably noticed in the last few posts, we are all about sewing for men. In other words, researching and thinking about designs, colours, shapes, textures that would make any man jump with joy (in an imaginary way, as we all know they will not let you, or anyone else, witness that!).

    And what a better way to learn more about what men like than from men themselves? Today we’re presenting our favourite sewing blogs written by men!

    Male Pattern Boldness 

    This list could not have started other than with Peter, who bought himself a vintage sewing machine from ebay in 2009 and, “with the dedication of a monk”, taught himself to sew everything: from making alterations to store-bought clothes to pajamas, shirts, jackets and dresses!

    Thread Theory

    Thread Theory was launched in 2012 by Morgan and Matt, who wanted to fill a gap in the sewing community: making beautiful, modern sewing pattern for men and teaching women and men alike to sew quality menswear. Their patterns aim to create the foundations of a perfect wardrobe and include t-shirts, sweaters, pants, trunks etc. Do check out their tips and inspiration section!

    Man Sewing 

    Rob Appell, the host of Man Sewing writes and talks about sewing, quilting, sewing machine repair, fabric dying and more. He also has a youtube channel, where he publishes a new tutorial every Monday.

    Male Devon Sewing 

    Jamie of Male Devon Sewing was reunited with his love of sewing in 2014. He wanted him and his groomsmen to wear matching tweed waistcoats, but the cost was more than he could afford. So he bought the fabric and made six beautiful waistcoats. He also started his blog, where he documents what he learns and what he makes. 

    Mainely Dad’s Wintercoat

    Mainelydad’s sewing adventure started with his desire to get a winter coat in a colot other than black. So he decided to try make his own, by following the illustrations in Ryuichiro Shimazaki’s book on men’s coats. His limited sewing experience did not stay in his way and he now designs and creates beautiful coats, calling himself his own luxury brand.

    If you decide to read these wonderful blogs, please leave a comment below, sharing with us what you’ve learned about sewing for men!


    Hi, I’m Samantha, aka Mrs H. I write sewing patterns for bags and love seeing what you create with my designs!

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    Sewing patterns for big guys

    As many of us in the Curvy Sewing Community know, commercial sewing patterns for women sometimes are available in frustratingly small size ranges. Luckily for us, this situation has greatly improved over the past few years with many pattern makers increasing their size ranges to more realistically accommodate women’s measurements. Unfortunately, one category of sewing patterns that still has limited options for those in a larger size range is men’s patterns. If you’ve ever wanted to sew a garment for a “big and tall” man, you’ve probably been frustrated at the lack of selection of patterns available for bigger guys. Not that there’s a lot of variety in men’s patterns to start with, but most stop at the equivalent of a US RTW size XXL. Vogue’s men’s patterns top out at a 46″ chest. Burda is slightly better, with some patterns going up to a 47 1/2″ chest. But what if you sew for a man who’s larger than that?

    In this post, we’ll take a look at the men’s sewing patterns that are available for men who have a 50″ chest or larger. Most of the patterns we found are wardrobe basics, which might seem a little boring, but but you can always get creative with whatever details you decide to add.

    Thread Theory

    I was excited with Thread Theory first debuted–the first major indie pattern company to focus on men’s patterns, but my excitement quickly turned to disappointment when I realized that my husband was way out of their initial size range. Happily, they’ve been gradually increasing the size range of their newer patterns.

    Thread Theory – Fairfield Button-up Shirt

    The Fairfield is a classic men’s button-up shirt with a variety of options for sleeves, collars, and cuffs that you can download separately. Not only is it available in sizes up to a 4X (50″ chest), but this pattern even includes separate pattern pieces for men with a larger stomach! I’m as thrilled about that as I am any time I encounter a women’s pattern with larger bust cup sizes!

    Photo by Thread Theory

    Thread Theory – Goldstream Peacoat

    If you’re looking for a peacoat pattern that’ll make a guy look as stylish as Daniel Craig at the end of Skyfall, the Goldstream Peacoat is a good choice. Using a different size chart than some of the other Thread Theory patterns, the size XXL for this pattern accommodates a chest size of 50-52″.

    Photo by Thread Theory

    Also available from Thread Theory

    Thread Theory also has the following patterns available in larger men’s sizes:


    Many of you are familiar with HotPatterns for their curve-friendly and fashion-forward women’s sewing patterns. But did you know that they also have a line of sewing patterns for men? The menswear line tends to focus more on classic designs with interesting details over trendy designs. HotPatterns’ men’s patterns are all available in sizes up to a 52″ chest and 50″ waist.

    Mr. H.P Coal, Iron & Railroad Company Shirt

    Inspired by RTW work shirts, the Mr. HP Railroad Company shirt is designed for durable fabrics such as chambray, flannel, and lightweight corduroy. It’s got the look of a classic men’s shirt but with some fun details, such as asymmetrical pockets and side seam gussets.

    Image by HotPatterns

    Mr. HP Hemmingway Windcheater

    Looking to sew a classic men’s utility jacket? The Mr. HP Hemmingway windcheater has some really cool details–tons of pockets, zippers, and even a zip-away hood.

    Image by HotPatterns

    Also available from HotPatterns

    HotPatterns also has the following patterns available in larger men’s sizes:

    Islander Sewing Patterns

    These days, Janet Pray is perhaps best known for her Craftsy class and sewing patterns that introduce industrial techniques to home sewists. But did you know that the men’s patterns in her Islander Patterns line (founded by Margaret Islander) go up to a size 4XL (56″-60″ chest)? Janet has just a pattern for nearly every type of men’s shirt imaginable, all available in her wide size range.

    Men’s Easy Shirt

    If the man you sew for his like my husband, most of his button-up shirts are made out of flannel (unless he’s dressing up for something). Out of Janet’s catalogue of shirt patterns, the Men’s Easy Shirt is most similar to RTW flannel shirts. There’s even an option to replace the collar with a 90’s-inspired hood for this one.

    Photo by Islander Sewing

    Men’s Shirt Maker Express

    The Shirt Maker Express pattern is the most basic of Janet’s various shirt patterns. It includes basic options typically found in RTW and can be made in a variety of fabrics.

    Photo by Islander Sewing

    Also available from Islander Sewing

    Islander Sewing also has the following patterns available in larger men’s sizes:

    Jalie Patterns

    Also available from Jalie Patterns

    Many sewists love Jalie patterns for their extensive size range for women, which often contain toddler sizes up to women’s plus sizes. Jalie’s size range for their men’s patterns is also quite extensive, and with Jalie’s focus on everyday basics and athleticwear, you can often find patterns from the Jalie line that you won’t be able to find anywhere else.

    Board Shorts

    Jalie’s board shorts pattern looks like RTW and is available for boys and men up to a 47″ waist.

    Photo by Jalie

    Boys’ and Men’s Polo Shirts

    Jalie’s polo shirt pattern for boys and men is available in sizes up to a 50″ chest and includes multiple options for sleeves and pockets.

    Photo by Jalie

    Also available from Jalie

    Jalie Patterns has an entire line of pattern for men and boys. Many of these patterns are available up to a 50″ chest size:

    Jalie Patterns for Men and Boys

    Other Sources of Larger Men’s Patterns

    In addition to the pattern companies that were the focus of this post, several other pattern companies also make patterns available in larger men’s sizes:

    • Simplicity: Occasionally, Simplicity releases patterns for “husky” boys and “big and tall” men (up to a size 5X). Two of these patterns are available in the current Simplicity catalogue–S1506 (a vest pattern) and S1505 (a pajama pattern).
    • Colette Patterns/Seamwork Magazine: Colette and Seamwork have several men’s and unisex patterns available in sizes up to a 52″ chest.
    • Lekala: You’ve probably heard of Lekala patterns, which require you to input a number of body measurements and then generates a custom PDF pattern for you. If you are or sew for a hard-to-fit man, Lekala also offers a number of sewing patterns for men.
    • Bootstrap Fashion: Similar to Lekala, Bootstrap Fashion also offers made-to-measure custom sewing patterns. Both Lekala and Bootstrap license the same drafting software; however, the designs offered vary slightly between the sites, and Bootstrap tends to have a more user-friendly interface and sewing instructions.
    • Make My Pattern/Joost De Cock: Belgian-based pattern designer Joost De Cock has a goal of getting more men to learn to sew. To help make the sewing (and fitting) process easier, he offers a service of hand-drafting custom patterns based on the measurements that you send him.

    Final Thoughts

    I hope that this post was able to shed a little light on the availability of sewing patterns for larger men. Have you been struggling trying to find men’s patterns in a decent size range? If so, we’re considering having a “theme week” focused on sewing for big men. Is this subject something that would be of interest to you? Let us know one way or the other in the comments for this post!

    Additionally, we found it difficult to find reviews for the various custom patterns for men. Have you tried Lekala, Bootstrap, or Make My Pattern for men? How did your finished garment fit?

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    Green Pepper Patterns | Outdoor Clothing & Gear Patterns

    #GP507 Plush Polar Jacket and Vest (XS-XXL)
    Wear it 3 ways!  As a PolarTec jacket, a PolarTec vest, or as the lining for a layered jacket when zipped inside a jacket made from Green Pepper Pattern #506.
    Fabric Recommendations: Polartec Fleece.

    #GP506 Skyline Jacket
    Wear it 3 ways!  As a lined windshell jacket, an insulated jacket, or as a layered jacket with a zip in PolarTec vest or jacket from Green Pepper Pattern #507.
    Fabric Recommendations: Waterproof-Breathable Fabric, DWR Fabric.

    #GP109 Polar Vest
    Fabric Recommendations: Polartec Fleece.

    #GP502 Rogue River Fishing Vest
    For fishing, cargo or photography.
    Fabric Recommendations: Pack Cloth or Cordura Nylon.

    #GP512 Polar Pullover & Vest
    Fabric Recommendations: Polartec Fleece.

    #GP510 Children’s Polar Pullover & Vest
    Fabric Recommendations: Polartec Fleece.

    #GP509 Children’s Polar Pullover & Vest
    Fabric Recommendations: Polartec Fleece.

    #GP505 Polar Pants
    Fabric Recommendations: Polartec 200 4 Way Stretch or Polartec 100 Power Stretch Fleece.

    #GP520 Adults Mock Turtle Polar Sweater
    Fabric Recommendations: Polartec Fleece or Sweat Shirt Fleece.

    #GP521 Children’s Mock Turtle Polar Sweater
    Fabric Recommendations: Polartec Fleece or Sweat Shirt Fleece.

    #GP501 Oakridge Hunters Vest
    Fabric Recommendations: Pack Cloth or Cordura Nylon.

    #GP121 Women’s Oregon Jacket
    Fabric Recommendations: Waterproof-Breathable Fabric,     DWR Fabric.

    #GP122 Men’s Oregon Jacket Pattern
    Fabric Recommendations: Waterproof-Breathable Fabric, DWR Fabric.

    #GP150 Children’s Oregon Jacket
    Fabric Recommendations: Waterproof-Breathable Fabric,     DWR Fabric.

    #GP123 Women’s Fairbanks Pullover
    Fabric Recommendations: Waterproof-Breathable Fabric, DWR Fabric.

    #GP124 Men’s Fairbanks Pullover
    Fabric Recommendations: Waterproof-Breathable Fabric, DWR Fabric.

    #GP133 Women’s Rainier Running Suit
    Fabric Recommendations: Waterproof-Breathable Fabric, DWR Fabric.

    #GP134 Men’s Rainier Running Suit
    Fabric Recommendations: Waterproof-Breathable Fabric, DWR Fabric.

    #GP149 Children’s Sandpiper Suit
    Fabric Recommendations: Waterproof-Breathable Fabric, DWR Fabric.

    #GP522 Snow Caps
    Fabric Recommendations: Polartec Fleece.

    #GP526 Arctic Circle Caps
    Fabric Recommendations: Polartec Fleece.

    #GP528 Northwest Hat
    Fabric Recommendations: Waterproof-Breathable Fabric, DWR Fabric.

    #GP515 Polar Balaclava & Neck Warmer
    Fabric Recommendations: Polartec Fleece.

    #GP503 Polar Cap & Ear Warmer
    Fabric Recommendations: Polartec Fleece.

    #GP504 Polar Socks
    Fabric Recommendations: Polartec 200 4 Way Stretch or Polartec 100 Power Stretch Fleece.

    #GP527 Polar Slippers
    Fabric Recommendations: Polartec Fleece.

    #GP302 Insulated Booties
    Fabric Recommendations: Pack Cloth or Cordura Nylon.

    #GP529 Glov-Itts & Finger-Free Gloves
    Fabric Recommendations: Polartec Fleece.

    #GP407 Mt. St. Helens Hot Top

    #GP401 Women’s Bicycle Racing Jersey

    #GP402 Men’s Bicycle Racing Jersey

    #GP404 Bicycle Racing Shorts

    #GP409 Oregon Racers

    #GP410 Children’s Oregon Racers

    #GP408 Willamette Racing Suit

    #GP406 Sportights or Capris

    #GP147 Women’s Cascade Powder Pants
    Fabric Recommendations: Waterproof-Breathable Fabric, DWR Fabric.

    #GP148 Men’s Cascade Powder Pants
    Fabric Recommendations: Waterproof-Breathable Fabric, DWR Fabric.

    #GP146 Children’s Cascade Powder Pants
    Fabric Recommendations: Waterproof-Breathable Fabric, DWR Fabric.

    #GP141 Women’s Black Butte Jumpsuit
    Fabric Recommendations: Waterproof-Breathable Fabric, DWR Fabric.

    #GP142 Men’s Black Butte Jumpsuit
    Fabric Recommendations: Waterproof-Breathable Fabric, DWR Fabric.

    #GP140 Children’s Black Butte Jumpsuit
    Fabric Recommendations: Waterproof-Breathable Fabric, DWR Fabric.

    #GP524 Sunset Bay Cargo Shorts & Zip-Leg Pants
    Fabric Recommendations: Supplex or MicroSuede.

    #GP204 Dog Back Pack

    #GP220 Pacific Curl Garment Bag

    #GP203 Drawstring Daypack

    #GP208 Belt Pack
    Fabric Recommendations: Pack Cloth or Cordura Nylon.

    #GP230 Traveler’s Contour Waist Pack
    Fabric Recommendations: Pack Cloth or Cordura Nylon.

    #GP525 Padded Travel Case & Laptop Shuttle
    Fabric Recommendations: Pack Cloth or Cordura Nylon.

    #GP209 Cargo Bag

    #GP202 Totes Pattern

    #GP511 Rain Poncho

    #GP301 Gaiters

    #GP201 Cascade Bicycle Saddle Bags

    #GP212 Wind Socks

    #GP87-13 Adult Sleeping Bag Quilt
    Fabric Recommendations for Quilt Face: Uncoated Ripstop, Uncoated Taffeta, Waterproof-Breathable Fabric or DWR Fabric.

    #GP87-14 Kid’s Sleeping Bag Quilt
    Fabric Recommendations for Quilt Face: Uncoated Ripstop, Uncoated Taffeta, Waterproof-Breathable Fabric or DWR Fabric.

    #GP205 Briefcase
    Fabric Recommendations: Pack Cloth or Cordura Nylon for exterior fabric, Uncoated Ripstop or Uncoated Taffeta for lining fabric.

    #GP533 Rugged Tote or Portfolio
    Fabric Recommendations: Pack Cloth, Cordura Nylon, Cotton Canvas/Duck, Sunbrella Furniture Fabric, Phifertex or almost any other fabric for a unique design!

    #GPZ All About Coil & Molded Tooth Zippers
    Information Sheet From Green Pepper pattern
    This informative 4 page “how to” sheet deals with all the aspects of zippers-from shortening and adding top stops to applying zipper slides singly or so they meet in the middle. It shows tricks and illustrations used for both coil and molded tooth zippers in many outdoor clothing and gear patterns.

    Patterns for the Well-Dressed 19th Century Gentleman – Historical Sewing

    Hugh Dancy as Daniel Deronda set in the 1870s

    Lest you think we forget our handsome gentlemen around here…

    Without them where would our Elizabeth Bennet be? What about Molly without her Roger? Or Scarlet without her Ashley AND Rhett?

    For these dashing men to be appropriately dressed, they must make a visit to their tailor – who probably dressed them to the T without the use of patterns. We, on the other hand, lowly 21st century seamstresses, dressmakers, and wannabe tailors must rely on ready-made patterns to get it right.

    To help in your search for patterns to gussy up your man (or yourself!), here are several patterns that will draw the attention of all the ladies at the ball or picnic.

    c.1825-30 Gentleman’s outfit held at LACMA

    The Recommended Sewing Patterns (not all-inclusive):


    Laughing Moon

    #107 – Men’s Victorian and Edwardian Shirts

    #109 – Men’s Single & Double Breasted Frock Coats with 2 Vests

    #116 – Men’s Sack Jackets: 1860-1900

    #119 – Men’s Mid-Victorian to Edwardian Period Trousers 1850-1910

    #121 – Man’s Regency Tailcoat 1810-1830 (with waist seam)

    #122 – Man’s Regency Tailcoat 1806-1820 (without waist seam)


    Past Patterns

    #006 – 1860s-1900s Men’s Drawers

    #007 – Two Mid-Nineteenth Century Shirts

    #009 – Double-Breasted Summer Paletot with Flap Pockets, circa 1847-1856

    #014 – 1840-1870 Summer Trowsers

    #016 – Men’s Winter Trousers with or without Foot Straps, circa 1843-1856

    #018 – Single-Breasted Shawl Collar Summer Waistcoat, circa 1845 to 1858

    #032 – 1804 U. S. Army Issue Artillery Coat

    #040 – Napoleonic Era British Foot Soldier’s Jacket, circa 1806-1820

    #041 – U.S. Army Roundabout Matching 1812 Specs

    #106 – Gentleman’s 1860s Drawers

    #108 – 1830s-1840s Small-Fall Trowsers

    #710 – 1851-1867 Union Issue Trowsers

    #910 – 1870s-1901 Overalls


    Buckaroo Bobbins

    Western Heritage Shirt

    1880s Vests (I use this one over and over!)

    Gentleman’s Frock Coat, late 1800s

    Detachable Collar Pattern

    Cravat Pattern

    Britches, based on US government issues in the 1860s


    Period Impressions (Google for vendors)

    #700 – Collars & Ties

    #701 – Men’s Sack Suit Coat

    #702 – 1858 Frock Coat

    #703 – 1860s Double Breasted Frock Coat

    #704 – 1840 Double Breasted Frock Coat

    #733 – 1812 Officer’s Coatee

    #741 – Civilian Vest

    #750 – Military Issue Shirt

    #752 – Three Button Shirt

    #770 – Men’s Drawers (underwear)

    #775 – Men’s Pants

    Plus many other patterns for mid-century military impressions

    Clark Gable as Rhett Butler c. 1860s

    Tailor’s Guide   

    1790s Frock Coate’ (great for Regency)

    1830s Frock Coat 1838-1865

    Drop Front Breeches or Trousers 1750-1820 (for Regency)

    Button-Fly Trousers 1850-1900

    Trade Shirt 1830-1860

    Men’s Western Vest 1860-1890


    Kannik’s Korner

    Man’s Trousers 1790-1810

    Man’s Waistcoats – Single Breasted c.1790 – 1815

    Early 19th Century Shirt Pattern


    Country Wives (Google for vendors)

    1800-1820 Men’s M-Notch and Roll Collar Regency Tailcoat

    1800-1820 Regency Waistcoat

    1800-1825 Men’s Narrow Fall Trousers with Pantaloon Option

    1790-1825 Greatcoat


    Rocking Horse Farm – google for vendors

    #199 – Men’s 1812 Regency Era Waistcoat

    #207 –Narrow Fall Pants pre-1840

    #153 – Gentleman’s Waistcoat 1790-1820

    1795-1820 Men’s Tailcoat


    Homespun Patterns (Google for Vendors)

    #020 – Civilian Sack Coat

    #018 – Military Cut Vest

    Plus many more mid-century military patterns


    Timeless Stitches

    #710 – Standard Issue/Basic Shirt, 1800-1900

    #711 – Men’s Bib Front Shirt, mid-1800s

    #715 – Men’s Tailored Dress Shirt, mid-to-late 19th C.

    #716 – Collars & Cuffs for Men

    #727 – Men’s Civilian Trousers, post-1840

    #732 – Civilian Shawl Collar Vest, 1850s-1880s

    #730 – Military Vest

    #720 – Men’s Military Trousers, mid-century


    Patterns of History from the Wisconsin Historical Society

    1878 Sack Suit – this pattern is out of print but copies from various vendors may still exist.


    For those advanced enough to sew from original patterns with little instruction, Ageless Patterns has a large selection of men’s patterns from undergarments to jackets & ties.



    Men’s Garments: 1830-1900, a Guide to Pattern Cutting and Tailoring by R.I. Davis

    The Victorian Tailor: A Introduction to Period Tailoring by Jason Maclochlainn

    Early Victorian Men by R.L. Shep

    Cut of Men’s Clothes: 1600-1900 by Norah Waugh


    A dapper late Victorian gentleman


    Appropriate Fabrics for the Men (a few suggestions)

    Woolfor Coats, Waistcoats/Vests, Trousers: Coatings, suitings, tropical weight for warmer climates, merinos, broadcloths

    Silk for Waistcoats and Cravats: brocades, China silk, taffeta in solids, prints, embroidered, plaids, stripes; silk can also be used as high-quality coat linings

    Cotton: Polished or muslin for linings and pockets, damasks for Regency waistcoats

    Linen: Heavy and stiff for early century coats and waistcoats; linings


    You can find fabric vendors on the Fabrics & Trims resource page.

    For more pattern vendor links, visit the Patterns resource page.

    A Gentleman and Officer

    Have you made gentlemen’s clothing from the Regency or Victorian eras? How did you do? Any particular experiences with patterns listed here you’d like to pass on?

    90,000 Where to get ready-made patterns? Top 9 places

    Don’t know how to design? No problem. First, it’s a great excuse to master layout. And secondly, today there are many resources where you can buy and download patterns. To sew on them, you just need to print and transfer to tracing paper. So where to look for patterns?


    Perhaps the most famous and popular source of patterns. The magazine, still beloved by our mothers and grandmothers, has migrated to the digital age. Today, any model from the magazine can be downloaded online and printed.The site has a huge library and a large number of sizes. You can find almost any model.

    Another place where you can not only buy ready-made patterns, but also learn how to sew. There are many patterns: there are women, men and children. Divided by seasons and categories: office, home, etc. You can also find simple sewing patterns for beginners.


    Stylish and simple patterns for modern girls.However, here you can find what to sew for both the child and the boyfriend (or husband). And on her Instagram, the brand owner talks about the secrets of tailoring.


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    Men’s trousers in an hour How to sew elastic home trousers based on the pattern of classic trousers

    Men’s trousers in an hour How to sew elastic home trousers based on the pattern of classic trousers

    Men’s trousers in an hour How to sew elastic-band home trousers based on the pattern of classic trousers.Men’s trousers with a simplified cut are the theme of our video. We have a course in designing and sewing men’s trousers Many have already purchased this course for themselves, share in the comments how they do it, that they are satisfied, maybe some of you have their own basic pattern for the basis of men’s trousers.

    But very often it happens that you need to sew something very quickly and simply, “hastily”, as they say. For example, how we sewed a skirt with an elastic *. In order for us to sew men’s trousers with an elastic band for a summer residence, on the beach, for rest, something simple and practical for rest and for home in an hour, we need a basic pattern, the basis of men’s trousers.

    men’s trousers “hastily” based on the basic pattern of men’s trousers

    So, today we will figure out how to cut and sew men’s home trousers using a simplified technology based on the pattern of classic trousers. Our trousers will have a simplified cut without a side seam and with an elastic band.

    basic pattern the basis of men’s trousers

    This is the basic pants base. The front and green back halves of the trousers are circled in red, but this pattern is very difficult to sew, so this pattern does not suit us now.Now I will show you how, based on this pattern, to make a pattern for an easy-to-use version of trousers. From the base pattern, reshoot the front and back halves of the trousers.

    we lay out the pattern on the fabric

    from the base frame we reshoot the pattern of the rear and front panels

    Since we have a mock-up fabric and I don’t see any point in buying two lengths for such a lesson, and if it is not enough for us to lay out the patterns on the fabric, so I slightly changed the canvas by hemming the missing piece of fabric where I did not have it to lay out the pattern, see photo When you buy fabric, check in advance how much you need – one or two lengths of fabric.

    missing piece of fabric for training model just added

    After that, we connect both parts of the pattern so that they coincide along the bottom of the trousers, see photo

    along the bottom line of the pattern details must match

    After the bottom has been leveled, it is necessary to equalize along the top line, the patterns along the hip line are slightly found one on top of the other, see the photo, we will add this distance later
    , but for now it is necessary to fasten the pattern to the fabric (pin it with pins)

    Align the pattern along the topline and apply them along the hip line

    Since our trousers will be with an elastic band, and along the line of the hips, we slightly removed the volume (so that there is not a very large width along the side seam line when combining the two parts of the pattern), we need to return this volume and add more to this.

    This is what the pattern looks like on fabric

    To do this, we need to make a cut along the ironing line on the paper pattern and expand the pattern to such a width that takes into account what we lost when the pattern was overlaid and for additional freedom to use an elastic band, add width as desired, look at the photo how much I pushed the pattern apart.

    we cut the pattern of the front panel along the sewing line

    we move the pattern to the required width along the bottom line and along the top line

    Along the bottom line, you can also push it wider.When you buy fabric, look in advance how much you need – one or two lengths of fabric.

    In the same way, it is necessary to open the back half of the trousers: arbitrarily, approximately in the center, cut and push the pattern apart, fasten it with pins on the fabric so that it is convenient to cut it. We do not push it very far, since too wide loose trousers will not look very good either.

    we open the back half of the trousers in the same way as the front part

    We just need to cut out one piece (the fabric is folded twice), sew one step seam in the middle, and put the top together with an elastic band and the trousers will be ready in an hour! For those who love pockets, you can make a patch pocket **.Now we need to add 4 cm along the top line so that we can sweep and insert an elastic band.

    along the top line, add 4 cm in order to form the hem and thread the elastic

    When cutting, pay attention to this area – leave a little more seam allowance in this area, so that there is also more space.

    when cutting, pay attention to this area

    We swept the first and second crotch seams, now you will see how our trousers will look, of course, it is best to immediately sew and not crease, but for now it’s uncomfortable for me, since the equipment is turned off, but I want to show you the principle, so I am sweeping.

    And you need to mark with a notch where the front part is, then set aside 6 cm for the elastic, tuck in half and iron. The elastic can be inserted with a pin or a special rubber threader, it is very simple and convenient to use.

    rubber threader

    we draw up the hem for the elastic and insert the elastic

    These trousers are very comfortable – one crotch and one middle seam, overlock, elastic and trousers are ready! These are the kind of trousers for home and rest we got!

    Here we have such trousers in an hour!

    “hastily” elasticated trousers per hour

    * a skirt with an elastic band here How to sew a half-sun skirt with an elastic band, do-it-yourself pattern in 5 minutes. Skirt tailoring master class

    ** invoice pocket can be viewed here

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    Patterns of men’s trousers and description of sewing

    In the comments to previous posts, readers have repeatedly asked to publish an article with patterns for men’s clothing. Finally, I keep my promise and share free patterns for two models of trousers. You can download them under the sewing description.

    Pattern of men’s regular cut trousers

    Men’s regular cut trousers

    Technical drawing of trousers

    This option is well suited for both office work and everyday wear. It all depends on which fabric you choose. Consumption of materials is indicated for sizes 48, 50, 52 and 54. Length along the side seam from the waist line: 112.5 (114-115.5-117) cm

    What you need:

    • 1.75 (1.80-1.85-1.90) m gabardine width. 150 cm
    • 90 200 35 cm (size 48/50), 40 cm (size 52/54) viscose lining in tone, width. – 140 cm

      90 200 55 cm cotton linen (lining) to match, width. – 140 cm

    • 15 cm spacer. adhesive material wide. 140 cm
    • 1.30 m matching bias tape
    • 1 zipper in tone-11 cm
    • 2 buttons, 15 mm in diameter.

    Recommended materials: cotton satin, suiting wool, shandung (comb type), linen.

    Details of the pattern of men’s trousers

    Plan for gluing pattern sheets

    Copy the part patterns. Draw parts E, F in the form of rectangles. For backing, use a piece of piece 12, connected to part B, up to the marking line (approximately – the knee line).

    • REAR TROUSER HALF 11 + 11A
    • BELT 14
    • SLIDERS F = 57X2 CM

    Layout plan

    Layout plan for parts on fabric

    Lay out the pieces on the folded fabric.Fold out parts 13, A and F in a spread, see the diagrams. Lay out the indicated patterns on a folded cotton canvas. Lay out detail 13 on the canvas in a spread. On a folded viscose lining, lay out the piece of piece 12 (in the transverse direction), as shown in the diagram, aligning the bottom cut of the piece with the edge. On the folded backing material, lay out parts 14 and E. Cut out parts with 1 cm allowances.Add 5 cm to the hem of the bottom.

    How to sew men’s trousers

    Duplicate with adhesive pad.material specified parts.

    Finish the darts on the back halves of the trousers.

    On each back half of the trousers, make a welt pocket with a leaflet with set-in ends: pin along the markings of the pocket worn out. side down the lining of the back pocket. Iron the leaf along the inside out. side inward. Sew it along the markings to the main part (faces. Sides), directing the sheet with the fold down. Attach faces on the opposite side of the pocket marking. side down so that there is a gap between the lines equal to the width of the leaves already in the finished form.Cut the main piece and the lining with diagonal notches to the ends of the stitches, bend the leaf up, the valance is worn out. side. Zigzag the sections of the leaflets onto the lining of the pocket. Fold back the lining, placing it over the valance. Spread out the valance and stitch, following the markings, its lower cut on the lining of the pocket in a zigzag pattern. Attach the lining to the hem stitching seam. Secure the ends of the pocket by sewing along the base of the corners of the allowances. Sew the sections of the pocket lining. Baste the lining of the back pockets.Bartack the ends of the pockets from the faces. sides of the main part.

    Sew the front pockets: first zigzag and then straight stitch the flank (with the wrong side down) on the faces. side of the barrel / lining. Stitch the front pocket over the flank / pocket lining in the same way. Sew the pocket similarly to the description given in the Sewing Reference, sewing a finishing stitch around the edge, by hand, with fine stitches.

    Baste the front halves of the trousers over the lining of the front halves of the trousers so that the lining does not tighten the main parts.Overcast the main part, joining the overcasting stitches together with the lining.

    Sew the side cuts and step cuts of the pants. Iron the seams.

    Fold the halves of the face trousers. sides inward, align their upper cuts, step seams and, stepping back about 8 cm from these cuts, sew the middle cuts to the fastener.

    Fold the jamb and backing board and grind the outer cuts. Trim the allowances down to 5 mm. On the front halves. of trousers, sew the zip fastener to the male side.

    Machine six belt loops. Baste the belt loops, placing them externally. sides down, onto the upper cut of the product. Stitch the belt loops by sewing 2 cm from the top edge.

    Cut, adding 1 cm to the allowance, the left side of the waistband at the front cut along the markings. Trim the longitudinal inner cuts of each waistband with a bias tape. Fold the waistbands in half lengthwise and grind the ends. Trim the seam allowances for turning up to 5 mm, turn out the parts of the belt on the faces. side, straighten the ends and iron the parts along the middle.

    Table of sizes of men’s trousers No. 1

    Download patterns for men’s trousers №1 (size 48 – 54) ⇓

    Sew parts of the belt from the faces. the sides of the halves of the trousers. Press the seams at the waist. Stitch the mid cuts of the pants (on the open area) and the back mid cuts. cuts of parts of the belt. Press the seam approximately 15-20 cm. Stitch the longitudinal hem of the inner side of the waistband into the stitching seam.

    Fold the belt loops inward and sew the folds to the upper edge of the waistband.

    Press the hem of the hem of the trousers to the wrong side. side and hem with blind stitches.

    Overcast buttonholes along the markings on the hem and the left end of the waistband. Sew on the buttons according to the eyelets.

    Pattern of men’s casual trousers

    Pattern of men’s trousers No. 2

    Technical drawing

    This model is very similar to the previous one. The pattern in the document is located horizontally, it is recommended to select the “Poster” function when printing and set the scale to 100% (see.screenshot below).

    How to print a pattern

    Recommended fabrics: wool or wool blend.

    You will need:

    • Main fabric for trousers;
    • cotton fabric for burlap pockets;
    • 1 m lining fabric;
    • zipper;
    • 1 button – 1.5 cm in diameter and metal hook.

    Attention! Fabric consumption varies with garment size.To find out how much fabric is used, print out a pattern and line it out to fit the width of the base fabric.

    The sewing of the trousers is identical to that of the first model.

    Size table for trousers No. 2

    Download patterns for men’s trousers №2 (sizes S – XL):

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    A shirt is one of the most versatile items in a men’s wardrobe. Correctly selected, it is suitable both for special occasions and for everyday wear. We propose to figure out together how the pattern of a man’s shirt is built and how to sew it.

    Pattern of a men’s fitted shirt: video of a step-by-step construction

    Men’s free-form shirt

    Men’s shirt pattern

    Building a pattern for a men’s shirt can be done independently, using the previous recommendations.We offer ready-made patterns for beginners.

    Curves are made for standard male figures, including large size:

    • size 44;
    • size 48;

    Sewing men’s shirt

    We cut out all the necessary details of the shirt. We start sewing with small details.


    In this model, the bar is cut-off. For its seamy part, a different fabric is used.

    Construction of a plank pattern is simple – see drawing below.

    Cut out the lower part of the plank separately.

    This is how it will look in the end.

    Let’s put marks on the sections of the plank location.

    Cut off the details.


    Unscrew and iron the bar.

    Trim one of the allowances to reduce the thickness.

    We carry out a decorative stitch.

    Tuck in the second allowance, iron it.

    Sewing along the edge of the gate.

    The bar is ready.

    Sew on a patch pocket.


    Cut out the details of the yoke and back.

    Place the fold on the back.

    In this model, the inner part of the yoke is made of a different fabric.

    Place the front side of the yoke on the back.

    Sew by the amount of allowance.

    We turn the yoke up, chop off the parts, preventing displacement.

    Stitching along the edge with a decorative stitching.

    We lay out the details of the back and front on a horizontal surface with the front side up.

    We cut off the lower part of the back yoke with the front.

    We put marks on the sides of the outer part of the yoke and the front, which we will connect.

    Connect and pin the outer part of the yoke.


    Turn out, iron on both sides.

    We stretch it off with a decorative seam.

    Repeat the operation for the second shoulder seam.

    Stand Collar

    The pattern of a collar on a stand for a man’s shirt looks like this – see photo.

    We cut out parts in double quantity. For the stand, the inner part of this model is made of a different fabric. You can sew everything from one material.

    We reinforce the collar parts with doublerin.

    Strengthening the rack.

    We cut off the collar, folding the right sides.

    Sew on three sides.Ironing, carving the corners.

    We turn it out, iron it out. In this case, we form a small edge.

    We pay special attention to the corners of the collar – they must be neat and uniform.

    We stretch the collar around the edge, stitching along the outer part.

    We make shallow notches on the cuts of the roll-out.

    We cut off the stand and the neck cut.

    We do this on both sides.

    We carry out machine stitching on the line of joining parts.

    We turn the shirt bar so that it does not interfere. We split the stand to the point where the collar starts to be sewn in.

    Sewing this area.

    We carve a corner, cut a little allowance. We turn out the rack, iron it.

    Before starting sewing on the collar, we check the marks on the front and back sides.

    We pin the collar on the wrong side of the stand.

    We especially control the stitching position in the rack.

    Sewing the outer details of the collar and stand.We turn away and iron the collar.

    We turn the cuts of the second part of the stand inward, chop off with the near side of the collar.

    Sew on the right side of the stitching seam.

    The sewn-in collar can be seen in the next photo.

    We stretch the stand along the contour, performing the seam on the wrong side close to the edge.

    The collar is ready.

    Cutting the sleeve of a men’s shirt

    A strip is used to process the cut, the pattern of which is shown below.

    Fix the pattern on the fabric.

    Cut to mark all lines.

    Cutting – see photo.

    We bend the sections of the short side, iron them.

    We bend the sections of the long side, iron them. We also turn the allowance above the cut and press it on.

    We turn the upper corners and press them on.

    To fix the folds of the corner, we use PVA glue. Apply a small amount of glue only to the allowances.

    We get a neat corner.

    Tuck the long side again.

    On the short side, we also make another fold.

    Place the placket on the wrong side of the shirt. The cut on the sleeve is usually made at a distance of 1⁄4 the length of the bottom from the bottom seam of the sleeve at the back.

    We carry out the line along the markup, finishing it strictly at the top points.

    Making a cut.

    Please note that when performing corner cuts from above, we do not reach the 1 mm lines.

    Turn the sleeve over to the front side.

    Turn out the bar, iron it.

    In this case, iron the allowances along the short edge under the bar.

    Completely cover the allowances with a plank.

    We do the same with the allowance on the second side. Refuel them.

    Close with a plank.

    Draw the cut border line.

    On the short side, sew close to the edge of the plank.

    Draw the upper triangle on the long side of the plank.

    We also sew a line along the horizontal line of the cut border.

    From the seamy side, the view of the plank is shown in the following photo.

    If desired, the top section of the plank can be reinforced with a decorative stitch.

    In the middle of the plank we sew a loop, sew on a button.

    General assembly

    Insert the sleeves into the armholes, pin them off.

    Stitching on a typewriter.

    We process the cuts on an overlock or sew a seam.

    For such a seam, cut one of the allowances.

    Tuck the second allowance and press it on.

    We pin it to the armhole.

    Sew along the fold edge of the allowance.

    Inside seam view – see photo.

    We get a neatly cut edge on the front side.

    We cut off the sleeve and side seams.

    Trim them in one pass. We process the allowances of these seams on an overlock or seam seam.


    Cut out the details of the cuffs. We strengthen them with interlining.Fold in pairs, pin off. We carry out a line on three sides without going into the allowances. We cut out the corners, turn out the cuffs.

    We attach the outer side of the cuff to the lower edge of the sleeve.

    Tuck the sections of the inner side and pin up.

    Sew on the right side of the stitching seam.

    Finish off the edge with a decorative stitch.


    On the bottom edge, we make a 5 mm fold, iron it. Then we perform another 5 mm fold, iron it.We sew.


    We mark and sew loops on the plank. Sew on buttons.

    Opening men’s shirt: video

    90,000 Trendy Men’s Haircuts 2021-2022 – Hairdressers Academy

    Fashionable men’s haircuts are an important part of the men’s image in 2021-2022. With the help of the right hairstyle, you can look younger for several years, become more solid, or even find resemblance to a romantic movie hero.

    But before freshening up your look, it is useful to study the latest trends and guide the barber in style. What are the cool model haircuts in fashion? Which option is suitable for straight hair and which one is suitable for curly hair? Read our roundup of the most fashionable haircuts for men in 2021-2022.

    1. Men’s haircuts for short hair
    2. Men’s haircuts for medium hair
    3. Men’s haircuts for long hair

    Fashionable men’s haircuts for short hair

    If you are the owner of short hair and you like simple modern hairstyles without frills, then these stylish haircuts will be the perfect solution for you.Designed for short hair lengths, they are practical and comfortable. Many of them have proven themselves well as sports ones, because short hair does not go into the eyes, does not require styling or fixation, and does not interfere with any physical activity.


    Fashionable haircut, which is often found among celebrities, practically does not go out of fashion and suits many types. The boxing haircut is designed not just for short, but for ultra-short hair. The back of the head and the area of ​​the temples are trimmed to a length of 3 mm or below zero, and a length of 0.5-4 cm is left at the crown.With this hairstyle, the face and head are completely open. This should be taken into account if the shape of the skull is not ideal, or there are scars, scars, birthmarks, bulging moles on the skin.

    This option is categorically not suitable if you have wavy hair and a thin elongated face.

    It is more convenient and fastest to cut a box with a machine, but it is not always ideal on your own, if you want to professionally learn how to cut hair not only for men, but also for women, then you should take the course “Barber stylists” at the Kapralova Academy.Smooth and smooth transitions are guaranteed only by the hands of an experienced barber. Save time, nerves and get a professional result.

    Fashionable men’s haircuts 2021-2022

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    Half box. Fashionable men’s haircuts 2021-2022

    Half-box, which differs from its short prototype by longer hair in the middle and at the temples (up to 8 cm). The hairstyle looks like a standard hedgehog, and the transition between the crown and the back of the head is smoother with the help of a typewriter.A technique with a gentle transition from short hair to longer hair is called fade and is often used in trendy men’s haircuts.

    The half-box looks as minimalistic as the box, but thanks to the lengthened hair, it softens the facial features more and looks more delicate. Both options go well with a short, neat beard in a light unshaven style. However, if the box fits almost any face shape, then the half box will look advantageous with an oval, round, square face, but not triangular.

    Half box

    Half box


    Crop haircut – for practical guys who will not bother with styling, but will simply run a comb over their hair a couple of times and run on business. The basis of the hairstyle is cleanly shaved to zero or extremely short (1.5-3 mm) temples and the back of the head with a smooth transition to a longer upper part.

    The main feature of the crop is the bangs laid in front, which in some cases helps to visually correct the elongated face and high forehead.The bangs and the rest of the hair above the temples and the back of the head are cut so that the strands look exclusively forward. At the same time, the length and shape of the bangs can vary from short to medium. The most extreme option is when it is cut to the edge line.

    Crop haircut – ideal for men with square, round and oval face shapes. With the right approach, a cropped haircut allows you to visually correct elongated facial features and hides a high forehead.

    Cropped hair can be styled in different ways.Someone neatly brushes them forward, someone prefers chaotic careless disheveledness. Feather texture is popular among young people, which can be achieved with the help of a styling product. But even without special styling, the crop will look stylish and self-sufficient.


    Another name for this hairstyle is flat top or, in English, “flat top”. The platform haircut is ideally combined with short, straight and coarse hair and is designed to give an image of brutality and masculinity.It is not for nothing that at the beginning of the twentieth century it was worn mainly by the military of the highest ranks, and in the cinema – by characters like the Terminator.

    This haircut requires a lot of barber skill. The sides and back of the head are almost completely cut to an ultra-short hedgehog. But the main feature of the site is that the crown is cut exactly horizontally. Subject to the correct technique, the haircut looks like a perfectly flat “area”.

    For men with a round face, a platform height of 4-5 cm is recommended – it will help to visually stretch the face and emphasize the cheekbones.It is better for owners of an oval face not to go beyond 2 cm. The platform is not suitable for men with a short neck – the clear geometry of the haircut will visually make it even shorter. The platform is suitable for gray hair, giving older men even more solidity.


    The princeton haircut is a universal option for any age and appearance, and this haircut is also taught in hairdressing courses at the Kapralova Academy. Suitable for straight hair of any structure: thick, hard, soft, fine.But it will not look curly.

    The hairstyle owes its name to the students of Princeton University, who have always looked like a brand and had their hair cut by the best hairdressers. For this haircut, it is customary to leave a length of 2.5-5 cm at the crown, which gradually decreases towards the ears and the back of the head without sudden changes.

    If you have thick, dense hair that keeps its shape well, then you do not have to spend a lot of time styling. But with thin soft hair you will have to tinker and be sure to use styling products for styling.

    Fashionable men’s haircuts 2021-2022

    Haircuts for medium hair

    The longer the hair, the more options for men’s haircuts the barbershop will offer you. See the coolest model haircuts for medium length hair this season and come to Kapralova Academy as a model for free haircuts, styling and hair coloring.


    A beautiful men’s undercut hairstyle has not gone out of fashion for many years now, and for good reason.It owes its popularity to its versatility and a large number of styling methods that allow you to express and emphasize individuality. The only “but”: such a hairstyle will not suit men with curly hair, and if the master decides to cut curls this way, you will need a lot of effort on daily styling.

    Anderkat is the best option for those who have bald patches. Trimmed sides, accentuated frontal part with back styling or overhanging elongated bangs will help correct deep frontal bald patches.For the effect of shifting the emphasis from the sides to the top of the hairstyle to work, it is important that the hair is thick, dense and massive.

    This haircut is based on a combination of short or shaved hair on the sides and elongated strands on the crown, in the back of the head and in the bangs with a clear border between zones of different lengths. The hair at the top of your head can be styled however you like, depending on your mood and situation.

    Some men grow their hair longer and use styling products to lift it up to complement the undercut with a light imitation of a mohawk.If you like creative youth options, try a curly haircut of the temples, a straight-shaven parting or a hair tattoo – now the patterns on the hair are at the height of fashion. Short stubble and light unshaven hair are also ideal companions for an undercut haircut.

    Canadian or Fritz-style

    This haircut resembles an undercut in many ways, but its main feature is a soft, almost imperceptible transition from short hair at the temples and the back of the head to long strands at the crown and bangs.By the way, you can fantasize with bangs – for example, the oblique asymmetric fits perfectly into the youth style. Men with receding hairline are advised to comb their bangs back.

    To add an elegant brutality, you can use a hair gel, and with its help achieve a “sleek” effect. This option visually inherits the tradition of military-style haircuts, popular in the 40s. Ideal for blonde hair, so if you are blonde with stiff, thick hair, this hairstyle is for you.

    There are different types of Canada:

    1. Classic: volume is created on the upper part of the head, which gradually decreases as it approaches the crown. The hair on the temples and the back of the head is cut as much as possible.
    2. Sports: the hair is cut as short as possible, and the nape and temples are worked with a clipper with a 1 mm nozzle.
    3. Canadian for elongated curly hair: the basis for it is the same classic Canadian, but due to the special structure of curly hair, the technique changes somewhat – the curls are cut with scissors and are divided into thin strands during the haircut process for greater convenience.

    Canadian is considered a universal hairstyle: it will look good on a man of any age and status. The variety of styling options makes it suitable for all occasions. Also, with its help, a skilled craftsman will be able to improve a round or square face, giving more volume to the upper part of the hairstyle. For the owner of an oval-shaped face, any variation of a Canadian medium length is suitable.


    Another model haircut for men with medium hair.The British woman is a classic, because she has been firmly entrenched in the life of stylish men since the 50s of the last century. It will suit you if:

    1. You want to look elegant, stylish and at the same time a little casual.
    2. You have a fairly thick head of hair, dense hair and no receding hairline.
    3. You are ready to spend about 5 minutes a day styling your hair.
    4. It is not difficult for you to use styling products and you know what you need for what.

    The British technique is very simple: first, the master cuts the hair on the back of the head with a clipper and cuts the temples.The bangs remain long and are most often combed back like a mohawk so that the volume of the hairstyle visually appears larger. In cases where a man plans to comb his bangs on the side, the master leaves a shorter length on one side. British is ideal for fine hair, and if you have thick curly hair, you can thin it out by thinning the strands.

    Fashionable men’s haircuts 2021-2022 this is a square!

    From celebrities, this hairstyle was once worn by Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt and other sex symbols.A bob haircut is ideal for those with a round face, as it can make it visually more elongated and thinner. The square will also soften hard facial features, narrow wide cheekbones and solve the problem of protruding ears.

    There are several types of bob haircuts. The double is cut in two tiers, from above – as with a classic square, on the back of the head the hair is longer. The difference can be both very minor and radical, when the lower layer of hair reaches the shoulders or shoulder blades, but this option is more often used by women.The main function of a double bob is to add volume to fine, soft hair.

    A bob with shaved temples is most often chosen by men with curly and thick hair in order to reduce the volume of the hairstyle and look more severe and masculine. By the way, shaved whiskey can look pretty creative and sexy when decorated with a variety of geometric patterns and lines.

    A graduated square is carried out in layers: the elongated part is at the back of the head, at the crown the hair is cut a little shorter.As a result, the hairstyle looks sloppy and sexy.

    A bob with a parting in the middle will suit men with a not very elongated face and lush voluminous hair. The image looks restrained and elegant – the very thing for lovers of business style.

    Haircuts for long hair

    Beautiful long hair is by no means a woman’s prerogative. With long hair, a man can look both romantic and brutal. Long hair is an opportunity to walk with a ponytail or a pigtail, or simply loose hair over the shoulders, like Jason Momoa.We offer the most popular hairstyles for long hair this season.

    Haircut with top knot

    Like designed for long hair, although it can be combined with an undercut haircut if desired. This hairstyle looks good on blonde hair and fits:

    • for men with straight hair;
    • for men with deep frontal depressions who want to disguise them.

    The cutting scheme is simple: the whiskey is completely shaved or cut very short, and the remaining long strands of hair on the crown and back of the head are gathered with an elastic band in a ponytail or bun.In fact, this is the same undercard, only extended. Or, as they also call it, a man’s bun with cropped temples – top knot. To tie a bun, the hair length must be at least 10-15 cm. In the 2021-2022 season, the men’s bun has become a real trend, associating with the majority of the image of a hipster (especially in combination with a beard) and an urban samurai.

    Quickly tying and correctly fitting the bun is quite easy:

    1. First, wash your hair well.
    2. After washing, dry them with a styling product (although you can do without it).
    3. Comb your hair well, and then comb it back into a ponytail without pulling it all the way out. The bundle can be placed both on the back of the head and on the top of the head, the main thing is not to lower it too low.
    4. Secure the bundle with styling gel.

    One length haircuts

    One length hair cut is perfect for those with curly and wavy hair, as well as those who naturally have straight hair.This haircut is universal – hair in this form can be worn both loose and collected from the back to the tail, which is especially suitable for young guys with the correct facial features.

    A man’s long hair can be styled on either side, parting straight or oblique, braiding careless braids, which is now extremely fashionable, or complementing with shaved temples – under zero or with a pattern.

    If you want to connect your profession with beauty, learn how to make stylish men’s and women’s hairstyles, learn all the subtleties of hairdressing, then the ideal choice for you is to take the course “Hairdresser-Fashion Designer-Stylist” at the Kapralova Academy.

    Academy of Hairdressing Art and Design Anastasia Kapralova

    Invites you to visit a free trial hairdresser lesson to get acquainted with the training program, teachers – this will help you make the right choice go to the registration page …

    Moscow, m. Tekstilshchiki, st. Saratovskaya street, 14/1, working hours from 9:00 to 19:00, seven days a week.

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    Leather document folders – stylish, solid and very practical

    Are you a business person whose work is directly related to a huge amount of papers and documents?

    Then you need to turn your attention to high-quality leather folders, because it is not even secret information that papers love perfect order, and a leather folder can help you keep documents in perfect safety, as well as protect them from dangerous moisture.So a significant part of leather folders belongs to the men’s assortment.

    And the reason for this is that the leather wholesale business folder is a time-tested, stylish, and most importantly business accessory for men. An incredible leather folder will not leave your closest colleagues and partners completely indifferent, and most importantly, it will favorably emphasize your status, which means that buying this accessory is a wise investment in your image. They were able to find significant, mind-blowing popularity among people of both middle and older age.The most convenient and, of course, stylish among all the variety of leather folders are traditionally considered leather folders with handles.

    Made of perfect, natural leather – they are quite strict and, and natural leather gives them simply phenomenal reliability.

    Folder for documents with own hands

    Drawing “under the leopard”, apparently, will never go out of fashion. Try to decorate various little things with a “predatory” pattern. And you can start with cardboard folders for business papers.

    1. Make a paper pattern. To do this, remember on what principle you wrapped school textbooks. Draw a rectangle that will be the same height as the folder. The length is calculated as follows: the width of the folder cover, multiplied by 2, plus the width of the spine.

    2. Transfer the pattern to the fabric, adding 2 cm for the hem on each side of the rectangle, and cut out.

    3. Dilute the glue according to the instructions on the package and evenly coat the outside of the folder with glue.

    4. Carefully stick the skin on the folder. Press down firmly on the fabric, smoothing carefully so that no excess glue and air bubbles remain between the fabric and the cardboard.

    5. Now cut the corners of the fabric protruding above the cardboard, fold the skin strips onto the inside of the folder and secure with glue. Leave your garment to dry for at least 6 hours. More .. http://www.pocherkleather.

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