Start by simplifying.

putthison:

Do you want to know how to start looking better?  Simplify.

Stop wearing clothes with logos, prints and crazy details.

Instead, focus on great basics.  When I say basics, I mean basics.  White t-shirt.  Blue dress shirt.  White oxford.  Blue jeans.  Gray wool pants.  Khaki chinos.  Blue blazer.  Gray suit.  Great boots.  Basic shoes.  Focus on blue, white, gray.  Buy good clothes that fit.

Minimalize.

It’s OK for your clothes to be a simple frame for what’s important: you.

Friendly reminder, friends.

The Huber men. Protectors of the Realm.

The Huber men. Protectors of the Realm.

There is no prize for wearing as many patterns as possible.

Have we not learned this shit by now?

Michael Williams in 2006.

Michael Williams in 2006.

Eat right. Get physical activity. Don’t smoke. Alcohol in moderation. Spend time with friends. — Tom Frieden, CDC Director on how to be healthy.
The Ivy League Clothiers were primarily custom tailors until World War II. During that time they fit the personal tailoring requirements of each individual customer. A 39 chest, 32 waist, 33 seat was appropriately draped to those dimensions. If the man was slim, the wardrobe fit his frame, i.e., a slim frame. The silhouette still followed the J. Press pattern, vis a vis natural shoulder, gorge ratio/width of the lapel, button placement, etc. — Richard Press

Happy retirement, Carl.

Carl Kasell

Before the playoff beard days…

Not sure this is during the playoffs, but I don’t really care.

Before the playoff beard days…

Not sure this is during the playoffs, but I don’t really care.