Guy Stuff

We fully appreciate it when a guy goes beyond the typical suit and tie and pays attention to those finishing touches that elevate a look. Here are a few things that should be on his list.

By Hilary Geisbert - March 2014

Going Beyond the Typical Suit and Tie

We fully appreciate it when a guy goes beyond the typical suit and tie and pays attention to those finishing touches that elevate a look. Here are a few things that should be on his list.

By Hilary Geisbert - March 2014

-Photography by David Colwell

  1. Peter Millar shirt ($115) at Loafers & Laces. 
  2. Joseph Cheaney & Sons Pitlochry shoes ($470) at Loafers & Laces. 
  3. Turnbull & Asser polka-dot tie ($185) at Samuel Parker Clothier. 
  4. Martin Dingman braided belt ($140) at J.S. Edwards. 
  5. Hardwood razor and stand ($79) at Hunting Ground. 
  6. The Ambitious Outsider glasses ($115) at Sixteen Tons. 
  7. Edward Armah boutonnière ($35) at J.S. Edwards. 
  8. Robert Graham socks ($27.50) at J.S. Edwards. 
  9. Shoe brush ($26) at Trohv. 
  10. Grant’s Golden Brand pomade ($25) at Sixteen Tons. 
  11. Round stuffer ($30) at J.S. Edwards. 
  12. J. Fold slim wallet ($65) at J.S. Edwards. 
  13. Flask ($29) at Trohv.




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