Your belt should look good, but barely noticeable. Two requirements, met, for under $20.
Topman Brown School Satchel – $60 The Previous “upgrade your workbag” post featured a Kenneth Cole Portfolio that was gone pretty quick from their website. So, with that… here’s another. Topman is a website that delivers some stuff that’s a little too-hip-for-the-room for my tastes, but… there’s plenty of toned down options on their site […]
Two jackets that can be worn with jeans.
On the ever-changing world of men’s wear.
Original Penguin Men’s Flat Line Polo Shirt – $34.99 Polo shirts can be boring. But they go with everything. Original Penguin has found a way to balance the totally boring solid, with the somewhat busy striped polo… with a (wait for it) mainly solid polo with just one stripe. They do say that necessity is […]
It’s tough to find a work-bag for $100. It’s even more difficult to find one that looks like this.
With a coat like this, you’ll look forward to colder weather.
Esquire’s primer on what’s what.
A Wokrshirt that no one would ever work in.
Time Magazine attempts to defend the resurgence of men wearing what they call “serious hats.” Seriously…
Steve Madden’s not too retro, not too futuristic, inexpensive shades.
It tells time, it looks good, it costs less than $100.
Sierra Trading post is the place to save a boatload of money on your outdoor gear.
Getting a great deal on a cold weather piece of clothing can happen 12 months out of the year.
Boardshorts that don’t drop too low and aren’t riding up your rear.
An Oxford Shirt that would be perfect for anything, if it weren’t so good for some things.
Well look who just bought who.
The Leader of the Free World and his choice of jeans.
Gap Unlined Herringbone Blazer – $39.99 There just isn’t anything wrong with an unlined, unstructured, cotton blazer. And to find one on the sale rack at the Gap for under $40.00 is a deal to take advantage of. The Herringbone pattern is extremely faint so, it looks more like just a solid Navy cotton Blazer. […]
Six Rules to avoid making a $200 Mistake. From a guy who’s made a few of them.