Archive for January, 2013

Sleep Like a Kaiser – Vienna Hotel Guide

Sleep Like a Kaiser – Vienna Hotel Guide

| January 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

For all of you that visit Vienna for the first time, you will be surprised by the architectural beauty of this grand city. Vienna hotels are marvels on their own. Some of them are styled like Kaiserin Sissy yesterday left its premises. Some of them provide you with the most exquisite view, but which ever you choose […]

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The Essentials; Trench Coat

The Essentials; Trench Coat

| January 29, 2013 | 1 Comments

This is the first part of our Essentials series and today I will write about one of my favorite clothing items, something that every man should have in its closet. It’s the trench coat. Nothing is more British than the British weather, especially the rain so it’s no surprise that we can thank this nation […]

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How to Tailor Off the Rack Suit

How to Tailor Off the Rack Suit

| January 29, 2013 | 7 Comments

Not everyone can afford bespoke or even made to measure suit. You can also look good in your off the rack suit. When shopping for a suit you have to think about a few things. Will the desired suit fit my shoulders, my chest and is the rise of the pants OK. All other things […]

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Etiquette Around The World

Etiquette Around The World

| January 28, 2013 | 3 Comments

It is a beautiful thing to travel around the world. Learning about new cultures, exploring new traditions, meeting new people, these are the things that enrich your spirit and make you as a person. In this article I will try to explain some of the different amenities that are present in each of the countries I […]

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Man’s Style – Man’s Personality

Man’s Style – Man’s Personality

| January 28, 2013 | 3 Comments

Since the name of this blog is Modern Gentleman I thought I should give my view on how modern gentleman should look. I see myself fitting this description a lot and I am sure many of you guys will fit it also. So, how should your personality fit your style? I hope this article will give […]

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Tag Heuer Monaco – Over 40 Years in the Making of a Legend

Tag Heuer Monaco – Over 40 Years in the Making of a Legend

| January 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

Tag Heuer Monaco is one of the most iconic chronograph watches on the market today. After more than 40 years of existence it is still probably the coolest watch money can buy. Introduced in 1969 honoring the famous Monaco Grand Prix, it was the first automatic and first square cased chronograph, but its rise in […]

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Modern Gentleman’s List of The Best Champagnes

Modern Gentleman’s List of The Best Champagnes

| January 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

I am not a big fan of the best of lists, because they are always representing someones opinions which others can value or not, but I think this list of the best champagnes is valuable because it is selection made by several people who are champagne aficionados and their opinion is valuable to me. So […]

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Bespoke Italian Shirts

Bespoke Italian Shirts

| January 26, 2013 | 1 Comments

“The shirt is the most Intimate part of a man’s formal wardrobe because it touches the body,” says Ciro Paone, the 71-year-old founder of luxury clothier Kiton. So the choice Is yours: Do you want a bespoke shirt that knows its way around your body or a mass-market one that hangs like a sack?   […]

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Table and Restaurant Etiquette – 50 Essential Tips

Table and Restaurant Etiquette – 50 Essential Tips

| January 26, 2013 | 13 Comments

Table etiquette or table manners are so neglected in today’s world. Not only table etiquette but etiquette in general. In this and in next articles I will talk about etiquette and I will try to sharpen your skills in this domain. These skills are something that can easily be thought but it takes practice before it becomes […]

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Siena – Unpolished Gem of Tuscany

Siena – Unpolished Gem of Tuscany

| January 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

When talking about Tuscany, Florence comes to everyone’s mind first. Although Florence is exceptional, it would be unfair not to mention all of those beautiful small villages and towns scattered around that give Tuscany that beautiful charm. Ever since I first saw the documentary about race of Palio I wanted to visit Siena, Florence’s ancient […]

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