Late yesterday afternoon, I completely checked out. I closed the computer, prepared a Negroni and some small snacks, lit up a cigar, and listened to Terry Gross interview Matthew Weiner while enjoying the perfect weather from my balcony. The occasion? We’d just wrapped up the design phase of the new website. There will be small tweaks, but it’s finally headed to development. I’m extremely excited about where we’ve gotten it – expect a completely new content experience on the homepage –  and what it means for the evolution of HSS. That was definitely something to celebrate. But now let’s catch up on the web from this week.

Way back when, I told you that the clothes you wear affect how people think about you. Now there’s been a study to back up my claim.

It sometimes seems like the land of the perpetual sale, but any sale at J.Crew is always worth checking out.

After disclosing that I found my Burberry trench at a vintage store (seen here and here), many of you have asked for some good vintage/second-hand NYC shopping options. This article should help you out.

It’s warming up, so time to revive this divisive topic. It is possible to have the best of both worlds.

Best dressed at The Met, including, ummm, Larry David?

Everyone loves to have something unique, especially when it comes to eyewear. A new company is giving you over 250 options to customize your frames.

You need a classic pair of white sneakers (my personal favorites here). Here are 25 options for you.

Know your barber (if you go to Fellow Barber).

Speaking of hair, do you prefer blondes, brunettes, or redheads?

No matter what her hair color is though, summer is coming and you should go somewhere nice on vacation.

The Campbell Apartment at Grand Central is a classic bar experience filled with cool stories and great cocktails. I recommend going in the late afternoon.

And finally, the weekend’s most burning question: Would you pee into these odd urinals?

Thanks for reading and have a great weekend.

Stylishly Yours,

Brian Sacawa
He Spoke Style


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