Monthly Archives: January 2011

Hat and Suit

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Hat: Vintage Ken Kobb, antique store, $20 Suit: Oxxford, consignment store, $60 Shirt: Jos. A. Banks, store clearance, $20 Tie: Drakes, thrifted, $1.50 Pocket square: Brooks Brothers, $15 Socks: Target, … Continue reading

Colorful Friday

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Today was sort of an experiment in dressing colorfully.  One that I don’t intend to repeat, at least not to this level. Jacket: Southwick, thrifted, $6 Pants: Eddie Bauer, store … Continue reading

The Churchill Dot Tie

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I’ve begun making my photos clickable links that will bring up a (slightly) larger version of the picture so you can see detail more. Suit: Brooks Brothers, store clearance sale, … Continue reading

Not A LSU Tie

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Dealing with a point-and-shoot camera’s autofocus can be tricky when you’re using the self-timer.  To compensate, I normally use manual focus and set the aperture all the way down at … Continue reading

Stripes with Stripes

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Sorry for the poor picture quality.  I forgot my camera today and had to use my phone. Suit: Southwick, bought secondhand online, $30 Shirt: Brooks Brothers, thrifted, $5 Tie: Brooks … Continue reading

Pink, Green, and Blue

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Can’t you tell how glad I am to be back at work after a week off? Suit: Oxxford, consignment store, $60 Shirt: Brooks Brothers, store 60% off sale, $32 Tie: … Continue reading

Three Piece Tweed

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Suit: Stanley Blacker, thrifted, $17 Shirt: Gitman Bros, gift, $0 Tie: Brooks Bros, discount store, $15 Socks: Daniel Cremieux, store clearance, $7 Boots: Allen-Edmonds, Ebay, $40 Tailoring cost: $0 (did … Continue reading

Flat Cap

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I’m reaching into the archives today and posting an outfit from a couple months ago.  Since it’s a snow day and since I’ve been in school and not at work … Continue reading

Days gone by…

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Many American clothing and shoe manufacturers that were once top-quality are either out of business now, or the product they make today is worthless junk.  But if you know what … Continue reading

Consignment Stores

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Consignment stores occupy sort of a middle ground between thrift stores and retail stores in the value hierarchy.  They’re generally cleaner and better organized than thrift stores, often with an … Continue reading

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