It is time for this ubiquitous (and hideous) sofa to die.
For his latest film, Quentin Tarantino deploys a lot of the usual tricks and tropes from his well established brand. But this one finishes with a new twist.
A good pair of shoes is like a good suit: you probably only need one, but you need at least one.
In our hyper casual times, men go to great lengths to avoid wearing a tuxedo. And for no good reason.
Something to break up the mind-numbing shit show hitting us from all angles. We need shamelessly good times, forget-me-nots, boogie nights, disco days and clams on the half shell and roller skates.
Online custom suits can be a daunting and confounding prospect. In this episode, I talk about my own experiences with it.
In my new search for a nice dress shirt with unfused collars, unfused cuffs and a placket, I think I’ve found a solution.
In the largest apartment I’ve ever had, an unwelcome compulsion to get more stuff is starting to creep in.
The myriad of dress shirt fabric options can be overwhelming. Cotton broadcloth ticks all the boxes for me.
Home ownership is sold as the American Dream. I’m calling bullshit on that.
My dress sock needs are pretty simple, and Goldtoe meets them beautifully.
When a company you like makes a product you love, and then changes the product, it’s a boner killer.