Monthly Archives: May 2011


Madras the patchwork, lightweight cotton fabric with typically patterned texture and plaid design. Primarily a preppy staple, it has become more main stream in the past few summers. Madras clothing comes in various colors and designs. You can find this … Continue reading

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Manscaping Part 2: The manicure and pedicure

As a continuation to last month’s edition of Manscaping, we address the benefits and importance of regular scheduled manicure and pedicure. Generally speaking, most men associate the mani-pedi with women, metrosexuals, or anyone but “real” men. Contrary to your opinion, … Continue reading

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“The Preferred Hue”

I would like to take this time to address an issue that has driven a wedge into this country since it’s inception. Before I begin, I must first say that my words are not intended to offend any one group of people.  They … Continue reading

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Exotic Fabrics: Linen (Part 1)

Some form of linen clothing should be in every gentlemen’s summer wardrobe. A linen shirt, pair of pants or shorts can be combined with any cloth or silk item for a cool and fairly maintenance free look. The comfort of … Continue reading

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Rugby shirts: Add a splash of color to your weekend…

I had one classmate in college that played rugby. I never understood the idea of football without protective pads but I always liked the fashionable rugby shirt. The rugby shirt is a versatile shirt that I think is a good … Continue reading

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“A Mean Shoe Game”

Step out this summer in style, with a new take on The Wing Tip & The Saddle Shoe.                                      All shoes Florsheim by Duckie Brown

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Casual Comfort: The Boat Shoe…

The boat (top-sider or deck) shoe has been around for over 70 years. Typically made of leather and featuring a soft white sole to avoid marring or scratching a boat deck. The original boat shoe was created by Paul Sperry in 1935. This casual … Continue reading

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