The rule for how to wear sandals or flip-flops in public is simple: don’t.
If he had never even written a word, he probably still would have been an icon merely for his for his sartorial savoir faire.
Despite constant (and annoying) pressure to upgrade to the luxury/designer level, I’ve managed to avoid it and get along just fine.
My taste in shoes is like my taste in humor: the darker the better.
I love my winter coats, but every year around this time – as cold weather persists – I’m ready to set them on fire.
My three black tie favorites from this year’s Oscars.
Most men’s fragrances are obnoxious. Scented grooming products aren’t helping.
Based on what I’ve said, written, tweeted, etc., about cars, I seem to have cultivated the perception that I’m anti-car. I’m not. It would be more accurate to…
There has been a handful of influential people in my life who helped shape my character, inspired me to be a better man and made me laugh in the process. Jimmy Burke was one of them.
The latest episode of The George Hahn Podcast, a show about sartorial stealth and effective living for the self-made thousandaire.
I’ve said it 1,000 times, and I’ll say it again: Nothing makes a man look better than a well-tailored suit.
This episode is about a fabulous Ethiopian restaurant I discovered in Cleveland, my new (old) Harris Tweed and the joys and challenges of furnishing my new apartment.
When someone opens an online store, the return/exchange process should be painless. In this episode, I talk about a recent online shopping experience that drove me nuts. I also give a brief update on the Cleveland Experiment.
In this episode, I talk with Steve Wright, a smart and stylish young man who has the most edited wardrobe I’ve ever seen.
My first episode as a resident of a well-kept secret on Ohio’s north coast called Cleveland.