As basic as these two colors may be, they'll never really go out of style. All black and all white affairs will always find their ways into social settings.
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)
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
Do you know what I don't understand? So many professionals not knowing how to dress. In 2015, there is no excuse for you to be 5'8" in a 3 button suit with all three buttons buttoned. Or to have your belt not matching your shoes when you have a full suit on. I know you … Continue reading Young Professional See, Young Professional Do
For the longest time, I knew very little about the fabrics I chose to cover my skin with. I'm still learning but, the more exposure I get to the fashion world, the more I am able to differentiate one fabric from another. I wanted to provide you all with a very helpful infographic that will … Continue reading What Exactly Are You Wearing?
When it comes to your clothes, it’s worth investing time and money in key pieces that will last a lifetime. by Yale Breslin ONCE UPON A TIME, men’s fashion was simple. A few pairs of jeans, a few good suits and you were set—not just for a season but for years. Talk about the good … Continue reading Five Essential Items for Every Man’s Closet
To all of my travelers, making sure that your shirts are packed properly is often a challenge. Especially on a short trip, taking the time to unpack, iron, and repack can be a tiresome to say the least. Generally, I use method 3, taught to me by my girlfriend, but the other two methods might … Continue reading How To Pack a Shirt