Posted by Better Blueprint on September 9, 2011
The other day, a longtime friend Anthony says to me, "Hey I'm an attorney, what do I need to know about style?" I replied that image and outward appearance is one of the first things we use as an indicator of competence (we can argue whether that's good or bad, right or wrong later)...and think of something as simple as adding a pocket square to your repetoire. Anthony replies, "Mony [that's his nickname for me], I'm a simple guy and pocket squares are for old men."
Somebody tell me, do these look like old men? Or fuddy duddies to you?!
Posted in Furnishings, Men's Matters
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