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Three Stylish Ways to Keep Warm this Winter

We’re heading into the coldest parts of the year, and that means it’s time for the warmest garments to make their starring appearance. If your older outerwear from winters past is leaving you feeling uninspired, here are a few ways you can change things up and really take advantage of everything the season has to… Read more »

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How Our Trade-In Sale Turns Old into Gold

It’s that time of year – our 23rd annual Trade-In Sale has come around once again! This year we’re doing it bigger and better than ever, giving you the opportunity to refresh your wardrobe in a sustainable way, while helping the community at the same time. We all have old, worn, outdated clothes that we… Read more »

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Three Ways to Find Your Perfect Style Balance This Fall

Fall is just around the corner, and although it’s arguably the most exciting time of year for men’s clothing, it’s also one of the trickiest to get right. If you struggle to know whether you should be hanging onto your summer look a while longer or jumping ahead to your October outfits, here are three… Read more »

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Is It Too Early to Plan Your Fall Wardrobe?

Everyone likes to talk about spring cleaning to get ready for the summer, but what about getting ready for the fall and winter? It may seem crazy to talk about the colder seasons when the summer weather is still raging outside… so is it still too early to start thinking about what you’re going to… Read more »

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How Quality Beats Quantity Every Time

One of the biggest things people get wrong about dressing well is how much it costs. There’s a pervasive misconception that there’s no point in trying to dress well unless you have endless amounts of disposable income. The truth, though, is that most people race through their clothing budget buying the wrong things, and buying… Read more »

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Are You Ready for Wedding Season?

Summer is coming, and you know what that means – you’re going to be attending at least one wedding, and there will probably be multiple invitations to other elegant summer events, as well. Instead of waiting until the last minute and panicking about what you’re going to wear, here’s how to get yourself organized now… Read more »

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Five Style Adjustments You Should Prepare for This Spring

The official change of seasons is just about upon us, which means we’ll all soon be casting off those extra layers and getting back to the basics of spring and summer. Here are five things you can start preparing for now, so that you have your wardrobe up-to-date and ready for the next few months…. Read more »

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Why All the Style Stereotypes Are Wrong

If you haven’t yet moved forward on your style goals for this year, it’s likely because you’re still making some excuses about how difficult it will be, or why you just might not be ‘that kind of guy’. Usually these excuses are based on completely untrue stereotypes about what dressing well involves. Here are the… Read more »

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How Expert Advice Can Be Your Secret Style Weapon

Do you find that no matter how hard you try, your style doesn’t ever change all that much? It can be really difficult to let go of the image we’ve crafted for ourselves over the years – here’s why speaking to a professional style advisor is something you should do if you really want to… Read more »

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5 Ways to Explore New Style Horizons

Do you feel like your style is too forgettable? How can you become the guy who wows people every time you walk in a room? If you tend to err on the safe side and wear the same kinds of things you’ve always worn, it’s easier said than done to set aside your standard personal… Read more »

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How to Unlock the Door to the “New Luxury” Lifestyle

Have you noticed that “luxury” means something different now than it did fifty years ago? Sure, it’s still about living your best life and all the things that come along with that, but the idea has evolved into something that’s no longer just for celebrities and billionaires. The new definition of luxury reaches across a… Read more »

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How to Have a Healthy Wardrobe Attitude

It’s the beginning of the year, and already a lot of people are moving forward on resolutions to elevate their style. While this is a great goal to have, quality clothing is an investment, so you want to make sure you’re building your wardrobe in a way that will see you through for the long… Read more »

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How Dressing Well Affects Your Whole Life

Have you ever heard the phrase “fake it ’til you make it”? Despite how it may sound on the surface, it’s not about a lack of authenticity or pretending to be someone you’re not. It’s actually about the undeniable power of the domino effect, and how one deliberate shift in your behavior can set you… Read more »

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The Essential Suits Every Man Should Have

How many suits does a man actually need? The answer depends on how well you plan things out. Of course you can have as many suits as you like, if you have an endless budget and closet space, but bigger isn’t necessarily better when it comes to the size of your wardrobe. Closet clutter is… Read more »

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Top Style Themes to Keep in Mind This Fall

We may still be in the heat of the summer now, but before you know it we’ll be turning the corner into cooler temperatures and longer nights. This means that it’s the perfect time to start thinking about what sort of style statement you want to be making in the fall and winter, and here… Read more »

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How to Navigate a Wardrobe Edit

A couple of weeks ago we talked about late summer being the perfect time for a wardrobe clean-out, but if you have a huge closet full of clothes, the idea of tackling it all can be overwhelming. What helps is having a clear game plan for what to keep, what to modify, and what simply… Read more »

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Why Now Is a Good Time for a Wardrobe Clean-Out

Everyone likes to talk about spring cleaning, but one of the best times to clear out your wardrobe is actually right now, before the end of the summer. With fall on the way, there’s a lot to do to get ready for the colder months, so here are a few things to consider. You need… Read more »