My first made to measure experience came about when I got the opportunity to review a shirt by Tailor4Less. Since then I have joined their affiliate program and I've been wearing their shirts quite often, also seen here. They have recently sent me another shirt to review and this time I went with something bolder to switch it up from my usual white and blue dress shirts.
Last week was officially Good Friday, but this Friday is also going to be a good one. I am hosting a giveaway sponsored by Johnston & Murphywhere one lucky reader will win a free pair of these Conard Wingtips. These shoes are ideal for the spring/summer season so enter for a chance to win a pair. Good luck!
Q: Lately, you've been featuring a bunch of different guys with different styles, but I haven't seen any military inspired looks. What are your thoughts on that style?
A: I am actually a huge fan of military inspired looks and vintage military clothing in general. Military green is one of my favorite colors because it looks good with just about everything. In fact, I recently purchased this field jacket from a local military surplus store and I've been wearing it a lot lately, especially when I'm out and about shooting features. The large pockets are ideal for holding all of my camera equipment and the jacket's material is unlike anything else I own.
I recently caught up with my brother Rashawn while I was in NYC and let's just say it's always a good time whenever we link up. It's been a while since his last feature, so I thought it was only right to do a follow-up, especially since his first feature was one of my personal favorites. Here are three looks from Rashawn along with an update on his career in television production.