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The Heat Is On: Elegant Dressing in Warmer Months

This topic is near and dear to the heart of any Southerner. When summer comes we often talk of the “three h’s.” Hazy. Hot. Humid.  Even as far north as Washington, D.C., which we all know was built on a … Continue reading

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Rule No. 4 of The Middle Ground. Subtle Colors; It’s Still Business.

You may be tempted to splash out on trendy colorful clothing. Don’t. Red trousers are for sailing, not for selling. Unless your business is fashion, stick to pieces in grey, blue, black, camel/tan. The biggest “mistake” I see is the … Continue reading

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Taking Some of the Starch Out of Business Wear.

Fairly conservative suit (Oxxford, grey sharkskin with a faint blue windowpane), Leviner Wood custom blue, black, white striped shirt, Drake’s plaid silk tie, RL black captoes … all very conservative. I didn’t have time to iron the ancient linen pocket … Continue reading

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