A couple of heritage, Made in the USA pieces here. Also, sock monkey socks!
Some sharp minimalism and monochrome, plus early spring air. If it’s allowed.
“Today… I wear a tux. A Canadian tux, but a tux all the same.”
The students have their 3 weeks of homework. The cow chores are calling.
Location is overrated. Put on a suit.
Come for the outfit where each piece averages $41. Stay for the video of a dog watching television.
Come for the affordable, smart layers. Stay for the dog photo.
Warm? Cold? Doesn’t matter. Average price per piece is $43.
Let’s lighten up, Francis.
What to wear to an interview when your potential co-workers are in… flip flops and cargo shorts.
What to wear for an interview when the dress code is more relaxed… but no one’s in cargo shorts.
Blue on blue on blue. Everybody get the blues! In a good way.
The first of three interview style scenarios. Starting with a dressed up workplace.
Better to be single and smart than stupidly shacked up for the sake of having (toxic) companionship.
Just because you’re not going out, doesn’t mean you should give up on looking good.
Suggestions for what to wear if you’re headed out with a date on Valentine’s Day.
Balancing intention, color, and fit… with not freezing to death. Grab a shovel. Let’s “party.”
Oh hello, you say there’s the possibility of a large professional sporting contest being televised this weekend?
Brightening up the winter doldrums. Nothing too crazy. It’s still very much winter after all.
How to look more on the athletic side, and less on the “I’ve just stopped trying” side.