Opera Carolina’s “Opera Recycles” presentation was not only one of artistic excellence; it was a call to environmental action. That is certainly a melody that I will dance to.
You never know what you'll need to look like in your next work environment, so developing versatility now should be the game plan.
The problem is many of us want to look like Jay Z or Beyoncé in their clothes when we were made to look like Jack and Jill in our own. Let them inspire you but never try to be them. You're doing yourself and the rest of the world a disservice.
I'm at a point in my life where I just don't want to do illogical things in relation to my professional life. Pointless tradition in families is entertained for nostalgia's sake. In work settings, it can often be little more than an irritant.
Contrary to popular belief, everyone isn't an urban hipster. Everyone doesn't live in a loft, have a wild sex life, and drink lattes every morning. Everyone isn't a creative nor an entrepreneur nor a photographer nor a Crossfit enthusiast. Everyone doesn't dress like a model every day. Everyone doesn't do everything. Everyone doesn't do anything. … Continue reading Don’t Believe The Hype
"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)