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Menswear, Travel

Wardrobe Staples

I must admit, I’m a fan of basics, wardrobe staples if you will, and no other brand out there is doing it better than Vince right now. I say this as I’m wearing their comfy as hell basic t-shirt that feels like something you’ve washed 1000 times, while having the perfect fit. You should know me by now that I’m all about fit. I won’t wear it if it doesn’t fit well as I wrote about here a month or two back. With that being said, I’ve got a lot of cool stuff to share with you all in the coming  ...

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Lifestyle, Menswear, Travel

Indy 500 x Guess

Woo woooooot I’ve been blessed enough to be here in Indianapolis for the 100th running of the Indy 500. It really is quite a treat to be here. I was last here 3 years ago and it was pretty rad as I was in the winners circle post-race with Tony Kanaan, talk about something that is unlike anything else. The Indy 500 is such a spectacle as you’ll never see any event like it. It’s like a Super Bowl mixed with a history and past that is like stepping in a time machine.  ...

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Menswear

Peak Lapels and the 9-5 Suit

Shop The Post   The Navy suit. Quite possibly the most essential piece of menswear in my opinion. Every man NEEDS to have a navy suit, plain and simple. It Is leaps and bounds better than the basic charcoal grey (and more youthful too) while also being a bit more sartorial. The hue and color of the navy make the colors that you pair it with pop a bit more as opposed to the dullness of the grey. Tom Ford has recently been gaining traction in the menswear world (as if he wasn’t  ...

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Lifestyle, Menswear

Patterns and Menswear

I could not be more excited to bring you my first post on my personal style and my take on menswear. I am 24 years old. That’s weird to say. But as I progress through my life, my style is ever evolving and changing. I think that’s the natural process of anyone in their life, much like their personalities and hobbies change. Style itself is always changing as well but what I am always drawn to seems to be classic men’s tailoring and old-world class. To me, there is nothing better than a  ...

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