Tag Archives: Polo Ralph Lauren

Fudging It

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I picked up a new navy blazer recently, anticipating losing a bit more weight.  I’m not quite there yet, and the jacket is a bit tight in the middle.  No … Continue reading

Dedication

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When you go out in the snow to get pictures of your outfit, you know you’re dedicated.  Or that you have a problem.  I’ll leave it to you to decide … Continue reading

Smart?

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My office, which is a corporate headquarters and was until recently one of the last business-professional-dress (e.g., suits and ties) holdouts in town, has decided to change the dress code to … Continue reading

That Roll

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In my opinion, a button-down collar should be bold about its identity.  It shouldn’t have short, stubby little collar points that barely button down.  The collar points should be long … Continue reading

Comfy

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  Let’s face it, tailored clothing is not usually the most comfortable way to dress.  Jackets, buttoned-up collars, ties, leather-soled shoes – all can be constrictive and are certainly less … Continue reading

Something’s Missing

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I don’t like wearing a jacket and tie without a pocket square of some kind in the breast pocket of my jacket.  I’ve gotten so used to it that it … Continue reading

Swing and a Miss

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Sometimes when you try out a new combination of pieces in an outfit it works well…and sometimes it doesn’t.  This, I think, is the latter – I wanted to wear … Continue reading

Casual Friday

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Cotton trousers, like khakis/chinos or these corduroys, generally aren’t good for dressy, formal occasions because they don’t drape well and wrinkle easily.  But they’re perfect for casual Fridays when a … Continue reading

Brrrr

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Fall arrived with a vengeance this weekend, with highs in the low 50s on Sunday.  I was scheduled to be outside for a couple of hours volunteering at an art … Continue reading

Mixing It Up

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The classic and most common way to wear an odd jacket is to wear a relatively dark one with lighter-colored trousers for contrast.  That goes back to the invention of … Continue reading

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