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Very Early Morning Suit: What to Look for at the Royal Wedding

May 17, 2018

Very Early Morning Suit: What To Look For At The Royal Wedding

Weddings are one of the few remaining occasions where any real dress code applies, and even there, the rules today…

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So You Want to Sell Your Clothes Online

May 14, 2018

So You Want To Sell Your Clothes Online

If you, like me, are chipping away at your spring cleaning day-by-day, you’ve probably dug out some clothes that you…

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What You Can Really Afford: Dickies Work Pants

May 2, 2018

What You Can Really Afford: Dickies Work Pants

A significant influence on my personal style was a joke-y name tag sticker from an early 2000s magazine whose title…

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Is Your Tshirt Cooler Than You?

April 27, 2018

Is Your Tshirt Cooler Than You?

Remember the “Jesus is my homeboy” tshirt? For a long time, when I thought of graphic tshirts, I thought of…

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The Greatest Sweater of a Generation?

April 19, 2018

The Greatest Sweater Of A Generation?

Daniel Day-Lewis likes clothes. He is a second generation Anderson and Sheppard customer, and once studied how to make handmade…

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The Most Practical Impractical Jacket: The Denim Jacket (part 2)

April 12, 2018

The Most Practical Impractical Jacket: The Denim Jacket (part 2)

Yesterday I talked a bit about the different styles of denim jacket that are out there, and what makes a…

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The Most Practical Impractical Jacket: The Denim Jacket (Part One)

April 12, 2018

The Most Practical Impractical Jacket: The Denim Jacket (Part One)

On balance, denim sort of sucks, especially for outerwear. It’s stiff when new and wears out reliably, ripping at stress…

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Feeling Pretty Psyched: The Style of Michael Stipe

April 4, 2018

Feeling Pretty Psyched: The Style Of Michael Stipe

Rock stars weren’t meant to stick around. They ignite, burn, and burn out. Rock music as a genre is reaching…

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What’s Worth Shopping for Online Versus in Person

March 29, 2018

What’s Worth Shopping For Online Versus In Person

Browsing a site like Mr. Porter, with multiple, clear photos of nearly every item (on a model! with other clothes!), measurements,…

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Transitioning out of Dress Codes Altogether

March 22, 2018

Transitioning Out Of Dress Codes Altogether

I’ve always paid attention to what I wear — I specifically remember the floral tie and pegged pants I wore…

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Flyin’ the Flannel: A Comparison of Five Affordable Gray Flannel Trousers

March 15, 2018

Flyin’ The Flannel: A Comparison Of Five Affordable Gray Flannel Trousers

No one wants to be a flâneur anymore. It sounds too dandy, too affected. Even if the idea of strolling…

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Five Sneakers to Consider Right Now

March 1, 2018

Five Sneakers To Consider Right Now

I just got back from a trip to Florida during which I wore sneakers almost exclusively (the versatile, relatively anonymous J….

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It’s on Sale: Moon-Star-made Sneakers from Huf

February 19, 2018

It’s On Sale: Moon-Star-made Sneakers From Huf

I like the basic canvas’n’rubber sneakers made by Japan’s Moon Star factory–which I’ve talked about before–they make, among others, the…

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Abiding, Personal Style with Terry Ellis of Beams/Fennica

February 15, 2018

Abiding, Personal Style With Terry Ellis Of Beams/Fennica

My favorite Instagram accounts to follow (1) use original, in-phone photos vs. perfectly lit DSLR shots transferred to Instagram, (2)…

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Is the Idea of Wearing a Personal Uniform Dead?

February 8, 2018

Is The Idea Of Wearing A Personal Uniform Dead?

President Obama, whose reputation for style only seems to improve now that he’s out of the public eye, famously told an…

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