In liberal environments, don't do the most when it comes to dressing, but don't do the least. Be you and be comfortable. People will respect your style and your ability to maneuver in and out of different situations with apparent ease.
During my undergraduate years, chances were you’d find me with a collared shirt on 3 out of 5 days a week, a tie 2 out of those 3, and a full suit once. I was looking to break into corporate America and the corporate America I wanted to be a part of required that every … Continue reading The Ins and Outs of Dress
"I don't wear clothes. I wear dreams." -- D. A. Daniels, Jr. Develop a style. A style of your own. A style that, though cognizant of contemporary fashion norms, is nowhere near restricted to them. Allow your style to be timeless, not just timely. I see people I work with every week outside of work settings. They … Continue reading Wear Dreams
Yesterday, I ended up reading my brother Marcus Hawley's, owner of Natty Neckware, blog post, "The men’s white button up…really necessary?" I'm telling you, this guy hit the nail on the head. Marcus's specialty is neckwear but how often do you see a bow or necktie without a collared shirt? (Don't worry. I'll wait.) Therefore, … Continue reading The men’s white button up…really necessary? (Response)
We all have Facebook and Instagram and Twitter. All three platforms allow us to post photographs. But do all three apps allow you to develop your fashion sense by knowing what brands the people you're following are wearing? Do they allow you click on the brand and see who else is wearing that brand and … Continue reading fit Capture
Do you ever know you ever feel like you need a wardrobe staple but can't afford it? A pair of lightweight jeans? An overcoat for the winter? Well, I strongly suggest making an off-season wishlist. Buying things at the ends of seasons or completely out of season is the thing to do. See, at the … Continue reading Off-Season Wishlist
The older I've gotten, the more my style has matured and, with that, I've fallen in love with tailored clothes. I love it when my blothes feel like they were cut for my body and my body alone. The problem is, I don't have the money to have my clothes made for me. So, over … Continue reading Finding the Right Fit — Shirts