GIVEAWAY: $200 Florsheim Shoes Giftcard
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Over the years I’ve fallen in love with Florsheim as one of my favorite go-to brands when it comes to finding the perfect pair of shoes. From traditional looks to those with a little more edge, there’s always a pair that seems to go with whatever’s in my closet. Just take a look at some of the images of my favorite outfits above featuring my ever-growing collection of their shoes.
Today I’m giving all you loyal readers a chance to discover which Florsheim shoe works best for you by teaming up with the brand to offer one reader a $200 giftcard to use towards a purchase on their site.
The rules are simple! Use the widget below to enter and gain as many points as you can. Open to residents of the contiguous US only and the winner will be announced next Tuesday 4/15 so good luck!
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If The Suit Fits
A Spring Suit With Some Personality
I have a pretty adventurous spirit so it only makes sense that my personal style would follow “suit”. When it comes to tailored menswear, I can appreciate tradition and well-made garments but I’m always looking for that special something to match my vibrant personality. I recently picked out this suit from Ted Baker to wear to a wedding and I couldn’t be happier with my choice. Ted Baker is known for their quirkier twist on menswear and it’s this special quality that I’ve alway admired in the brand, one that makes it a perfect match for my eclectic style. Every detail from the red threading on the lapel hole, built in polka dot pocket square, and the unexpected mix of colors in the fabric were exactly what I needed for a pop of personality in my suit. Life inside the box can be pretty boring so next time you’re looking for a special occasion suit consider trying something a little more daring!
Ted Baker Suit // Title Of Work Tie // To Boot New York Shoes // TRIWA Watch
Is That A Banana In Your Pocket?
I Mean It Coud Be… | Why Cargo Pants Are Still Kewl
There was a time when cargo pants were reserved strictly for the military and then in the 90’s Old Navy happened and everyone had a pair of them baggy pants with those big ass pockets protruding from the side of your thighs. Although they’ve had their fair share of fashion shame and a reputation for not being the most flattering pair of pants, I happen to love the look and here’s why. First of all they’re actually useful. You may not be filing your cargo pockets with extra bullets like a solider (if you are, well, we just won’t touch that subject for right now), but you can now ditch the murse and put your gum, keys, or hey even a banana in your pockets. Second, they can be flattering as long as you buy the right kind. Slim down the legs and pockets, and your cargos will look just as clean as a pair of plain chinos except these will have more flair. I chose a bit of a baggier style for my cargos, but because i rolled them tight at the bottom, they still have that slim look. And lastly, they’re so versatile. Wear them casually with a tee or dress them up with a blazer. You can style them as you would your favorite pair of chinos if you’re looking to mix things up in your personal style.
And not to be neglected, I made sure my top had some pockets as well. But not just one, like a lot, in this super cute utilitarian-ish bomber I recently got. Links below for some shopping if you’re so inclined. Happy Friday!
French Connection Jacket // French Connection Shirt // Armani Exchange Pants // Tsubo Shoes // David & Young Scarf