Bill Murray, New Yorker Cartoons & Skunk Locks

Our weekly link roundup to help you fend of the Mondays

It’s getting harder and harder to avoid politics-ridden news, comedy relief, and even fashion discussions online and in life in general these days. While people’s sensitivities will only be heightening over the next two weeks – hopefully not too many more – let us know what “relief” you’d like to see in the comments, if the items below aren’t hitting you in the right spot.

On the note of disagreements, if you are having one with your boss, here are some tips on how to handle it like an adult.

If the New Yorker’s cartoons warm your heart, their cartoon-specific Instagram channel will bring you laughs amidst the photos of food, OOTDs, and travel pics (not that there is anything wrong with that. #guilty).

When in doubt, tweed. There are more ways to wear it than you think!

We just talked about what to wear on a first date to make the best first impression, but your drink order also says something about you.

Bill Muray had a busy week. First, he crashed the White House briefing room to talk about the Cubs, then he was caught as an emotional fan on Saturday night.

“I’m dressing as a sign of respect” is just one of the great pieces of advice to take from GQ’s interview with Gay Talese.

Sure! A “Skunk Lock” is definitely one way to deter bike theft.

If you follow NYFW Mens, you’ll be happy to know that Raf Simmons will be making his first appearance there this coming February.

Condé Nast Traveler’s Readers Choice 2016 is out and the lists are really, really good. Our stomachs are truly grateful for living across the street from one of the best restaurants in the U.S., Woodberry Kitchen.

Is this legal? NYC is deploying its feral cats to help rid them of rats.

Thanks for reading.

Stylishly Yours,

Robin West
He Spoke Style

Image via @newyorkercartoons

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