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Let's get real. When the weekend rolls around, keeping it casual is often the name of the game. I know that's definitely true for me. A comfortable uniform of jeans and a sweatshirt is sometimes all I need for if I'm just running errands or grabbing coffee. When it comes to casual dress, nothing completes an outfit like a great piece of outerwear. Elevate your off-duty style with a wool bomber jacket. VIEW MORE ▶︎
An unfortunate pant style from the early 2010s reminiscent of the Hammer Pants of the 1980s popularized by Stanley Burell.
A young, urban, heterosexual male with liberal political views, an interest in fashion, and a refined sense of taste.
A man’s comfortable jacket, typically made of velvet, formerly worn while smoking after dinner.
An ankle-length boot made with a suede upper and a crepe leather sole.
A type of outer garment that is half shirt, half jacket. Kind of both. But not either.
A multicolored diamond pattern, sometimes with overplaid, usually in wool; originally knitted in England on hand frames, it is now made by machines and applied primarily to socks and sweaters.
A trend in fashion in which clothing designed for athletic workouts at a gymnasium, sometimes termed activewear, is worn outside of the gym to go to the office or shopping or other social occasions.
A small, thin suitcase that is used especially for carrying papers and documents.
The height, distance and spacing of a coat’s front buttons relative to its front edge and waist.
A man who places particular importance upon physical appearance, refined language, and leisurely hobbies, pursued with the appearance of nonchalance in a cult of Self.
Clothing that is sewn from a standard-sized based pattern.
A unisex fashion trend characterized by unpretentious, average-looking clothing.
My very first car was a Ford Mustang. A 1989 two-door hatchback. It was red and pretty much the coolest car a 16-year-old kid in a high school rock band could have. Plenty of room for carting all my gear around, and plenty of style, which was helpful when chasing cute girls. I still remember going to the used car lot with my father to pick it up and drive it home. My father has always been a big fan of tradition, and what I found out on that trip was that his first car was a Mustang as well. VIEW MORE ▶︎
We call Labor Day the "unofficial" end of summer, but the weather since Monday has been more like the summer we didn't really have this year. Thinking back on it, I can't recall any truly miserable days this year, the usual summer kind, full of high heat and oppressive humidity. But we've been getting a dose of that all week long. I've been trying to stay cool by keeping it loose and casual. VIEW MORE ▶︎
Even if we don't admit it to ourselves, we all like to stand out a little. That could mean having a uniform of sorts, a signature detail, or just something that's identifiable as you in your daily dress. One easy way to stand out without "standing out" in the sense of going overboard, is to go monochromatic. I've done a fair bit of monochromatic dressing on the blog—see here and here for navy, here and here for black, and here for grey. Summer is a great time to go lighter and brighter and here's one way to work in whites and neutrals. VIEW MORE ▶︎
Take a look at just about any list or roundup of essential wardrobe items and you're bound to see a heather grey cotton crew neck sweatshirt included. There's a reason for that. Actually, there are a few. It's a classic piece with a comfortable, casual, and understated style that is second to none. Here's one way to wear it. VIEW MORE ▶︎