A few years back Lilly Pulitzer brought these badass long sleeve polos to the market.  The mens line was prematurely cut short, much to my dismay (maybe they'll try again, third times a charm, right?).  I voiced my grievances to the powers that be at the legendary prep powerhouse but it was to no avail.  Luckily I acquired a...

As part of a continuing series of posts I am doing on what I like to call 'Blurring The Line' between editorial, advertorial and just plain advertisement that I believe may be occurring with some blogs I would like to note that a fellow menswear blogger, Gentleman's Gazette, has decided to add his word on the subject.  Gentleman's Gazette...

Cravatta Pelliano, ever heard of the brand?  If not, I'm not surprised.  The company is new, only a few months old.  But I suspect it will be around for some time.  The company specializes in ties, damn well designed ones.  They are designed in the Netherlands and produced in Italy.  Weird combination, right?  Anyway, the quality is top shelf,...

Dear New Orleans, Upon graduating college in May of 2010 I spent five weeks driving all over The United States.  It was an experience I will never forget.  In fact, I can't really think of many things I would trade it for.  People need to spend more time traveling our country, it's a shame really, with all of this focus...

You know, I think it was shortly after Banksy, the now famous English graffiti artist, started to make a name for himself that street style photography started doing the same for itself.  Given, Bill Cunningham has been doing street style for decades but the new breed of street photographers took things to a new level, much like Banksy did...

42.  Thou shall not wear a belt when wearing a vest.  The inevitable bulge created under the vest by the belt buckle is far from the best kind of bulge.

I was getting a shoe shine a few weeks back over by Grand Central and happened to notice a gentleman wearing an alternate version of my beloved butterfly loafers.  I had never seen this version before.  The only other version I remember seeing has been at Alan Flusser Custom Shop, but those were more similar to the Poulson Skoane/New...

Ok, so I watched the Super Bowl, not all of it, but a good chunk of it.  Unfortunately, I missed this commercial.  So I must give credit to The Trad for tipping me off to it.  And mind you, Chrysler has been killing it with their commercial game lately.  It is nothing short of badass.  Perhaps Mr. Eastwood is...

Back when I visited Paris this summer it was recommended to me by Justin Fitzpatrick, The Shoe Snob, to stop by a new French shoe brand called Septieme Largeur (Seventh Width).  At first I was apprehensive, as I do not care much for the French shoe silhouette (but that is not to say there are not quality French shoes...

One of the things that I do greatly appreciate about the company I work at is that it draws personnel from all over the world.  With them comes their style.  One of the gentlemen here from abroad is from Tokyo, today he was wearing these shoes, they immediately caught my attention.  At first glance all I saw was the...