We’ve done a bit of research into body shapes of the modern British man. Talking to hundreds of men across the country, we asked them to tell us about their figures and from that we discovered 7 very different body shapes.
The 7 Different Body Shapes Of The Modern Man
The Pear A little bit larger around the middle.
Celebrity examples: Michael McIntyre & Ricky Gervais
New Xbox Announced.
February the 20th saw the announcement of the first next generation console, Sony’s PS4, we’ve been waiting for Microsoft to respond to that with their own announcement, last night at 6pm GMT they did with their next generation console called X-Box One
The show lasted about an hour and here are the bits you need to know!
Well, wedding season is well and truly upon us now. You’ve got your suit sorted, selected your choice off the reception meal menu and picked your present from their wishlist…all sorted, you think. That’s until you’re ready to start an evening of fun and your partner mentions the word “dance”.
Ok, so you might not have the moves like John Travolta!
There tends to be two types of men at weddings – those who you get off the dancefloor and those who have to be dragged there. If you’re in the latter then the idea of being forced to dance is a pretty scary one, especially when you’d rather just sit back and have a beer with your friends!
A quick ask around the Jacamo office proved that you’re usually in one camp when it comes to suits – you either love them or hate them. But if you’re in the first camp as a lover
of suits you’ll probably get quite frustrated that you don’t get enough use out of it, especially when a decent suit is often an investment, it does actually seem like a waste sometimes.
So we’ve put together this Guy’s Guide that gives you loads of tips on how you can wear a suit casually by dressing it down and getting the most out of the money you’ve spent on it. Just because suits are traditionally classed as formal wear, it doesn’t mean they can’t be styled differently.
Beer, glorious beer! We have festivals to celebrate it, we reach for it at the first sign of sunshine and it’s even recently been found by the Indiana Alcohol Research Center to release ‘feel-good’ chemicals in our brains. It’s hardly a surprise, then, that our love of the golden sup has led many of us to a full-blown fascination with microbreweries. But what are they all about, and why should we care?
The preconception: Outdated, stuffy and reserved for geography teachers only. And don’t get us started on the participants of the mind-boggling annual Tweed Run in London! But wait…
We’ve done Northern and Southern, and Irish, so next up in our Top 10 series of funny men and comedians is the Scottish. We love comedy in the Jacamo office and once again this was another difficult list, although we’ll admit some of those listed below were straight onto the list without a second thought!
So here is our list of our top 10 Scottish funny men and comedians.
Quite possibly the king of Scottish comedy, Billy Connolly had to be the first comedian who came into our heads. It’s hard to put him into one genre given that he’s known his comedy, music performances and acting roles, but it’s probably his stand up career that sets him apart from everyone else - he was also voted as the greatest stand-up comic on Channel 4′s 100 Greatest Stand-Ups in 2007 and 2010. His on-stage attire is also one to be noted, since the 1980s, Connolly has worn a custom-made black T-shirt with a shirt tail as part of his act.
Whether they’re an antidote to all the metrosexual fragrances floating around today, or their popularity is simply due to the love of all things retro that’s swept over us for the last few years, “heritage” aftershaves have once again earned a place for themselves on men’s bathroom cabinets. We uncap a few of the most popular scents to find out what they’re all about:
It’s been months now since the merriment of Movember livened up our top lips, but this dignified facial hair still seems to be enjoying the limelight. We decided to have an investigative probe into the trend, and examine whether life (or our looks) really might be better with a little something to twiddle.
They say you can find inspiration in the strangest places, and the scruffy loungewear worn by a 1998 film’s protagonist has got to be among the strangest images to get our sartorial juices flowing. Bear with us though, as we explain why “The Dude” Lebowski deserves our style salute…