Breaking Monotony

You never know what you’ll need to look like in your next work environment, so developing versatility now should be the game plan. Continue reading Breaking Monotony


Acceptable Bags

In a day and age where so many things are gender neutral, many men struggle with what they can and cannot do while still maintaining a standard of masculinity that the deem acceptable.  This includes deciding what bag to carry to work.  Should you keep it college with a backpack, play it safe with a messenger bag, or try something a bit more risqué and fashionable?  Well, if you’ve settled on the last one, I have a few options that will add to your style without causing the guys at the gym to wonder what the heck you’re doing.  Check … Continue reading Acceptable Bags

Chilly Complements: Styling Your Scarf

As the year progresses, cooler winds prevail over warmer ones. I’m sure you’re not surprised by that, being that this has happened each year since long before you or I were born. So, being that that doesn’t come as a shock, neither should the fact that you have to cover your more vulnerable body parts in order to maintain an acceptable level of health. Over the next few weeks, I plan to focus on the add-ons that will make the colder months pass with less of a bite. We will start with scarves. Scarves are one of the most practical … Continue reading Chilly Complements: Styling Your Scarf

The Art of the Pocket Square

Pocket squares are in style right now.  And, while you could just stuff it in your pocket and have it look cool, sometimes it’s nice to start off with a plan of action.  Below is an infographic on various ways to fold your pocket squares.  Check it out and share it with your friends. Continue reading The Art of the Pocket Square


If you know me or follow me on any social network, you know I’m very into my outfits. But anyone can put on a shirt and some jeans. My outfits are defined by my accessories and they have been since I was in middle school. Whether sporting a matching headband and wristband (7th grade), a fitted cap and colored shoe laces (8th grade until), or a fedora and a watch w/ a band that matches my shoes, my ability to compliment my clothes with add ons is undeniable. This skill can be developed in both business and casual settings. Find … Continue reading Accessories