Ties & Pocket Squares

Gents, pocket squares are the new go to accessory but many of us don't know how to pair them w/ a tie. Well, this cheat sheet I found will most certainly help with that.


Selecting Your Supsenders

Suspenders are pretty neat, aren't they?  They're becoming more and more popular but there are those of us who will wear them long after the trend passes.  And, if you're one of those people (or if not), I have some advice for you: Wear them right. Clip on suspenders are all well and good... when … Continue reading Selecting Your Supsenders

Color Chart for the Discerning Gentleman

Hear ye, hear ye!  2013 has passed and we are now in 2014 and, in 2014, there is no excuse for you all to not be able to dress.  But everyone needs a bit of help sometimes.  Even I'm still learning all the time and I write weekly.  If you're new to #TheReader, I'm not … Continue reading Color Chart for the Discerning Gentleman

#TrendingThursday Week 73

Good morning!  One more week down.   Here are a few stories that I came across to help you as you continue to grow professionally.  Click, comment, and share.  Have a great weekend. Five Things Every Business Blogger Should Remember by James Caan The 4 Most Effective Ways Leaders Solve Problems by Glenn Llopis Overwhelmed? Uncertain? … Continue reading #TrendingThursday Week 73

Trending Thursday Week 69

Just a few of the articles I've been reading this past week to help you grow as a young professional.  Check out those that apply to you, share those that don't (as well as those that do).   Have a great weekend! Does Your Resume Tell Your Story? by Liz Ryan Is Texting the Future of … Continue reading Trending Thursday Week 69

Look the Part

Time and time again, I go to Valet for a ton of my Well-Dressed Wednesday posts because Valet has a wealth of information on traditions and trends when it comes to menswear.  Don't sleep on them just because GQ or Esquire have a bigger market share and are more common household names.  Valet will keep … Continue reading Look the Part

A rickety rebound

If you're keeping up with the economy (which you should be), you will appreciate this story... Unless of course you're one of my readers who isn't a U.S. citizen and then, depending on your country of origin, this read may prove to be a bit troublesome.  Either way, it's a very necessary one. THE dog days … Continue reading A rickety rebound