Put a Fresh Twist on Your Fall Wardrobe

Posted July 21, 2014 by Jack

Check out these comfortable variations on seasonal classics. The Brown Biker It has all the trappings of the classic leather jacket—close fit, rugged look, across-the-chest zipper—in chocolate instead of the usual black. The Bold Striped Sweater A loose reinterpretation of the nautical trend, this look will liven up even the dreariest fall day. The Modern […]

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Dressing and Style Tips for the Working Man

Posted July 17, 2014 by Jack

The term “blue collar” has its origins in the blue colored shirts of the working class. Unlike “gentlemen” who wore white shirts, the blue collared man labored with his hands and didn’t wear white cuffs or collars as they were impractical. Instead, he wore blue cotton shirts dyed with inexpensive indigo which helped cover up […]

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Reasons To Incorporate Navy Into Your Wardrobe

Posted July 6, 2014 by Anna

When it comes to fashion, it seems the trends are never constant and there’s always some new fad that you’re supposed to keep up with. However, there are several underlying rules of fashion that remain, for the most part, unchanging. Once you know what these few staples are, you can more easily build outfits around […]

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The Benefits Of A Clean Home

Posted June 28, 2014 by Anna

Whether or not your parents had to nag you to clean your room as a kid, everyone succumbs to messiness once in a while when living on their own. Keeping a clean house or apartment might not be your first priority in life, but it is important for a variety of reasons. From its effect […]

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How To Pull Off The Sock-Free Look

Posted June 26, 2014 by Anna

What type of shoes are you wearing this summer? The truth is that wearing stylish, well-made shoes is only half of the equation. The bigger key to pulling off a carefree, fun, summery look is to simply skip the socks, anklets or otherwise. Quite simply, socks look stuffy and are unnecessary on hot summer days, […]

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