24 11 / 2013

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29 10 / 2013

Lifehacker really has all the tips!

26 9 / 2013

A helpful guide via lifehacker

18 9 / 2013

hangingfire:

All the useful things.

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24 8 / 2013

gqfashion:

The iconic @fredperry_1952 collar stripe. Always a classic in any color combo -MS (@projectshow)

gqfashion:

The iconic @fredperry_1952 collar stripe. Always a classic in any color combo -MS (@projectshow)

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21 7 / 2013

truebluemeandyou:

truebluemeandyouSunglasses Infographic. Have you looked at your “activity” on Tumblr i.e. Tumblr’s analytics? I had no idea this would be as popular as Know Your Shoes Part 1. It has been my top post all day.

DIY Know Your Sunglasses from Enerie here. For the popular posts Know Your Shoes go here for part 1 (Lobster Claws anyone? Hilarious) and here for part 2.

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08 6 / 2013

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06 5 / 2013

nedhepburn:

Today on The Worst we have a great piece by Mitchell Goldstein. Here’s an excerpt: 

Having a new basis of comparison from living in Brooklyn, I was suddenly hit with how the music and people coming out of the bars back home in Florida seemed dated. This isn’t the first time that the idea has been raised that the reach of men’s fashion grows exponentially in major cities like New York and Los Angeles and then slowly moves outwards at the pace of a geriatric snail. It doesn’t need to be said that all of our friends back in our respective hometowns do not dress like our friends in the city, but it wasn’t until recently that I reflected on why that might be. Some argued that it is simply the time it takes for trends to spread. However, others raised the point that this hesitance to dress more fashion consciously is due to the general homophobia that exists in smaller towns. They have a point.

Read more. 

nedhepburn:

Today on The Worst we have a great piece by Mitchell Goldstein. Here’s an excerpt: 

Having a new basis of comparison from living in Brooklyn, I was suddenly hit with how the music and people coming out of the bars back home in Florida seemed dated. This isn’t the first time that the idea has been raised that the reach of men’s fashion grows exponentially in major cities like New York and Los Angeles and then slowly moves outwards at the pace of a geriatric snail. It doesn’t need to be said that all of our friends back in our respective hometowns do not dress like our friends in the city, but it wasn’t until recently that I reflected on why that might be. Some argued that it is simply the time it takes for trends to spread. However, others raised the point that this hesitance to dress more fashion consciously is due to the general homophobia that exists in smaller towns. They have a point.

Read more

04 5 / 2013

gthegentleman:

Bond

23 3 / 2013

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