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Nov 25, 2011 Comments

Jepsen Linchpin Belt

Now here's a pretty cool belt called the Linchpin that's made to order by Jepsen. The Linchpin belt, along with their other leather goods, are made with leather sourced from Hermann Oak Leather (a tannery which has been in business since 1881) and created in Mdison, WI. GO USA!

Now the Linchpin belt measures 1.5" wide and is made of sturdy 7-8 oz. vegetable tanned leather. It features a unique interlocking front closure that is fastened with a steel linchpin. All rivets and Chicago screws are made of solid brass. You have to adjust the two screws on the back of the belt to fit your waist. These screws allow the belt to be adjustable to three sizes (ex. If your belt size is 32”, the belt will be made to adjust to 31”, 32”, and 33”). Line up the front closure and slide linchpin through holes, you're now ready to go. If you prefer the belt be one size only (i.e. No back adjustments) this can be accommodated by emailing Jespsen directly.

Purchase your sturdy vegetable tanned leather belt directly from the Jepsen website - $78.

Nov 24, 2011 Comments

Harris Tweed Inset Gloves

Maybe you wanted something more unique than a regular pair of black leather gloves? But you still have to keep it classy while the winter is upon us, so look no further than the Harris Tweed Inset Gloves. The top side of the glove is 100% wool herringbone tweed, the underside is made of soft sturdy deerskin leather and the inside is lined with warm Thermolite polyester fleece. This is a great way to add Tweed into your wardrobe if you can't afford to spring for that Tweed jacket or suit. For one quick style tip: Do not wear your Tweed gloves with a Tweed suit or jacket, you'll look like a Tweed robot.

The Harris Tweed Inset Gloves are from Land's End and only cost $56.

Nov 22, 2011 Comments

Classic Fit Rugged Twill Shirt

We love winter time because it's the only time you can wear these type of shirts in the city without looking like a hipster. Eddie Bauer has released their rugged twill shirt in a classic fit that would look great paired with jeans or chinos. It is made with premium cotton twill in heritage-inspired plaids, and garment washed for a comfortable, worn-in look from the first time you put it on. The classic fit rugged twill shirt is made in 8 different colors and carries the perfect weight for layering.

Pick up your Eddie Bauer Classic Fit Rugged Twill Shirt for just $40.

Nov 19, 2011 Comments

Oakley Holbrook Sunglasses

The Oakley brand started in 1975 in a tiny garage and with a $300 investment. Sometime in 2007 the Oakley brand merged with Luxottica (for a 2.1 billion dollar cash deal) who now produces the Oakley sunglasses along side Ray-Ban, Persol and Arnette. Now that I provided you with a few interesting facts lets move on to the actual product: The Oakley Holbrook Sunglasses.

The Oakley Holbrook Sunglasses are made of stress-resistant "O Matter" frames that are comfortable and super lightweight. With his brother Jesse acting as his creative director, snowboarding superstar Shaun White worked closely with Oakley during the creation of Holbrook. Together they went back to vintage styles like the original Oakley Frogskins then set out to distill their own vision of American cool. The standard glasses come with "pure Plutonite lenses that filter out every ray of UV" or you can get Oakley HDPolarized lenses for filtering that cuts more than 99% of reflected glare. These are also available with Oakley Authentic Prescription Lenses for all you bookworms. Or your final option is to go with the Iridium lens coating that is supposed to reduce even more glare while balancing light transmission. Between all the color options, the limited edition models and the lens options you have about a million options (Maybe that's a slight exaggeration). So you'll have no problem finding the perfect pair for you.

Check out the many offerings of Oakley Holbrook Sunglasses directly on their website $110-$160.

Nov 17, 2011 Comments

H&M Cardigan

Your grandpa wore one, both of your parents probably rocked it and even Mr. Rodgers (No, he was not a sniper – that is a false rumor) was able to make the cardigan look cool. Now it’s your turn to make the family tree proud and start wearing a cardigan this winter. If you’re unsure about the likeability of a cardigan then you shouldn’t go overboard and spend your full allowance. Look the way of H&M for a low cost cotton and polyester mixed piece with “imitation suede elbow patches” to get you started and keep you under budget.

This cardigan will look classic without breaking the bank - $35.

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