My prescribed sartorial on-camera upgrade for podcast host, writer, professor, emergent prince of all media and my future ex-boyfriend, Scott Galloway.
We all love a t-shirt. And a custom, made-to-order process that leaves no waste or unsold garments is a compelling one. But can (or will) people spend $64 for one?
The decline in eyesight that comes with middle age does not mean one needs to be condemned to ugly drugstore reading glasses.
Especially in this time of unparalleled uncertainty, a crisp white dress shirt, a tailored jacket and a pair of polished wingtips can help remind me that all civilization is not necessarily lost and maybe even still worth celebrating a bit. Sweatpants don’t do that for me.
In an uncertain time when so much has been taken away from us, it’s nice to have a reason to get dressed, which takes away some of the sting
Getting a COVID test and buying online custom clothing during a pandemic, when in-person shopping and tailoring is limited.