INSIDER'S GUIDE: What to Wear in London
GUEST SPOT: The Fix for Men advises on what to wear to their top five favourite Culture Whisper listings.
Rae Morris, The Electric Brixton
Demonstrating a knack for soulful, angst-ridden pop hooks 22 year old Rae Morris is a singer to watch. Thankfully you can, and in style too.
WE RECOMMEND: A chunky polo neck to combat potential snow, moss trousers to take you from day to night and trainers to keep yourself steady as you sway to Morris' melodic tones.
Elbow, Hammersmith Apollo
A Fix for Men favourite, this is a concert that requires impeccable style just in case you bump into Elbow lead singer Guy Garvey..
WE SUGGEST: Style up the basics we a two tone jumper, simple jeans, casual shirt and boots to bounce in.
What to wear: nights out, London
The Cocktail Trading Co at Central & Co.
Offering a modern twist on the Victorian 'gin palace', with vintage chesterfields, cocktail paraphernalia adorning the walls, and rotating exhibitions of the best instreet art, Central & Co. could be a contender for one of the coolest restaurants in London. In such stylish surroundings an outfit to match is essential.
WE RECOMMEND: Neutral coloured basics polished to perfection
What to wear: eating out, London
The Manor restaurant, Clapham
No one wants to look scruffy in The Manor: Dress up and walk tall for this exciting dining experience in South London. We recommend the burnt kale and suckling pig belly.
THE OUTFIT: Make an entrance with an immaculate coat, fedora and Grenson monk strap shoes.
What to wear: shopping, London
Dover Street Market
Shopping in London requires the perfect balance of comfort and style; practical clothes are essential but with many mirrors you want to be reflected in your best light. As a fashion mecca, shopping in Dover Street London requires this balance to be honed to a tee.
WE RECOMMEND: Smart casual, think denim shirt, comfy beanie and stan smiths.
By India Gladstone
The Fix for Men