Just because the official June Pride month is over doesn’t mean Pride is done. With so much left to do for everyone to be equal and safe, both here at home and around the world, Pride is year-round! It was lovely to see so many brands reaffirm their support for the community and towards causes the past month with new launches and efforts, and hope it continues and that more join.
Among the brands were Mavi Jeans, UGG and Skagen Denmark, each of which released fantastic new styles this season and donated towards LGBTQ causes and organizations. I was already of fan of them, and now more so!
Styled some of their Pride pieces below, a couple new favorite summer styles as well:Read the rest of this entry
With the fall season in full swing, here are my top favorite jackets and coats this season to get right now:
This post is sponsored by Walmart.com but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
Spring is here, which means it’s time to put away the down jackets and wool sweaters and time to shop new styles! To start putting together new looks for this season, I’ve partnered with Walmart as part of their new We Dress America campaign and put together a look from their new assortment of spring apparel to focus on one of springtime’s iconic trends, denim!
Everyone needs a go-to denim jacket for spring, and I’ve found the perfect one that can work for your everyday casual look out in the city, to bring along on your travel when you need something light, or make part of your upcoming festival look. Details about it below along with other spring favorites from Walmart!
Gap is launching a new high-performance men’s brand, Hill City, which will offer technical clothing that can help the wearer transition from work to workout. Each product is designed, tested, and fit to perform and last across a range of conditions without compromising comfort or style.
The clean aesthetics of the logo-light products being released when the brand goes live next month are focused on helping men to purchase fewer, more versatile pieces. Read more below for a couple styles to look out for when the brand launches:
Fresh from another season of men’s fashion at NYFW: Men’s Spring / Summer 2018, I decided to snap in-between shows to put together a new street style set!
Check out all the styles below, along with some summer styling tips. From the two photos above: a few pops of color can go a long way (main photo), and summer stripes are a must (above – pictured: Anthony Urbano, Nathan McCallum, Marcel Floruss, Christian Bendek, and Moti Ankari).
Parke & Ronen returned to NYFW: Men’s this season to present their Spring/Summer 2018 collection for the brand’s 20th anniversary. Find out about the designs below, plus all the backstage moments with models such as Torin Verdone, Matt McGue, Dougie Joseph, Ryan Tift, Vito Basso, Broderick Hunter, and others.
As the weather continues to warm up this spring season, you might’ve already start opting for shorts and slip-ons over boots and down jackets. However, with random weather shifts and rain, you’ll still need a light jacket and jeans as the season continues. Below, find some of my favorite spring styles like the bomber jacket, but also selects for the warmer weather and the upcoming summer. I’ll be updating this post both season, so be sure to come back each month for new additions!
See the selects below:
With winter in full force, here are 25 different sweaters, coats, boots, and other styles that’ll keep you warm and stylish all season: Read the rest of this entry
Leather is a timeless fabric that can work in any season, and to help discuss the material, I recently worked on a story for AskMen where I chatted with a couple of experts in the industry. Read the rest of this entry
As it becomes more evident that fall is here with the temperate dropping, it’s time to rethink the footwear collection. While some year-round footwear options such as leather sneakers are still good, there are some new (and classics) styles out there to consider getting to keep warm and dry, but looking stylish: Read the rest of this entry