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The Summer that Keeps on Giving

Hello friends! I was greeted this week by the some of the greatest news I’ve received… my hard drive is alive and well. So apologies for the late posting on summer pictures, I figured if you’re traveling this fall to sunnier skies you could pick up a tip here… So as I mentioned in my earlier posts here and here, there are many things you must take with you on a trip to Mexico. These pants from Vince are a must own for the casual-sphere, and I’ve found myself  ...

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Collaboration, Menswear, Travel

Topman and The Casual Summer

Fall is almost here and that means jacket season is almost here. I was lucky enough to take a trip too Cabo last month and some of the evenings I was able to wear this new Topman suede jacket.  Shop The Post The thing I love most about this jacket is not only the color, but the texture. I have to admit, this is my first suede piece of any substantial value, and this jacket is at the right price to have you try it out yourself. A lot of the suede jackets you’ll find will be closer to the  ...

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Collaboration, Menswear, Travel

Summertime and The Linen Blazer that Saves Lives (pits)

Summertime. We’re in the throngs of it, people, and it’s hot. There’s no need for wool suits and fabrics, but rather swap out your blazer for a linen blazer like this one. I spent the weekend at the lake and it was a scorcher, most days topping out at 100 degrees! New Orleans was no different, like the one my girlfriend Axie and I took and I detailed that one here for Stanley Korshak which has TONS of incredible clothes. We stayed in the coolest hotel and I wrote up on  ...

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Hotel, Lifestyle, Travel

Hotel Review: The Old No 77 Hotel & Chandlery

So about a week ago as I alluded to in my earlier post on New Orleans and working for Tasc, my girlfriend and I got to stay in quite a swanky little gem called The Old No 77 Hotel & Chandlery in New Orleans. The Hotel We stayed at the Old No 77 Hotel & Chandlery in the CBD (central business district) of New Orleans and it was quite a treat. We walked in and were greeted to what looked to be a cross between a SOHO House and an old saloon. The building used to be an old tobacco  ...

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