bloodwood menswear

frontpage-queryIf trousers and jacket is men’s only choice, how do we express our individuality?

Western men’s clothes have run to a standard formula of trousers, shirt and jacket nearly 200 years.

The standard men’s formula is great in many circumstances, and expresses the reliability, solidness and confident strengths of men.

But how do we signal creativity, caring,  or sensitivity – things men can also be good at but often don’t  get credit for?

bloodwood menswear
inspiring choices for men
a broader-based identity
a wider range of life skills
on the street and in public life.

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9 thoughts on “bloodwood menswear

  1. Jean-Daniel says:

    Hello David,
    I’ve just had a look on your site after having met you in Ambazac (France).
    I’ll need a lot of time to read and translate your texts in french but they seem very interesting.

  2. Kenny Lewis says:

    I’m not the type of person to own formal attire, but this will probably be the place I’d get it. I look forward to seeing what you have to offer.

  3. Peter Michaelis says:

    The pic looks great. I’m very interested in the comfort factor of feeling “The Breeze Between My Knees” both at work and when out socially. Please keep me posted come October.

  4. Michael says:

    Men being free to step outside what’s traditionally allowed and get to know other sides of our(my)self will be wonderful. I enjoyed meeting you and good luck with your launch.

  5. salmongum says:

    So how does one go about obtaining the clothing.

  6. salmongum says:

    So how does one go about obtaining the clothing, svp?

  7. Charles says:

    You should see what I’ve read by females with psychologist and social worker background, raving about their sex being discriminated against by society banning them from trousers. In the next breath, they vehemently denounce as mentally ill men who have reasoned their way to see that such matters are human, not gender specific, choices. It’s a matter of dominance, “we can wear these garments and you can’t!” These women are all over university faculties and their garbage books are taken with full seriousness and reviewers are falling all over themselves to place olive wreaths on their sexist heads.

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