Easy and Elegant Life

The Search for Everyday Elegance and the Art of Living Well.

The Easy and Elegant Life Everyday Wear Survey


Well, forgive me for yesterday, but Mrs. E.’s aunt became a citizen! What a wonderful ceremony. I recommend it highly. It also turns out that we know the Federal Magistrate who gave the oath, so we were invited back to Chambers for a quick meet and greet. What a day!

After the everyday elegance post, I started to wonder what constitutes most of my (male) readership’s wardrobes and what you wear day-to-day?

(I’m still working on thoughts about the elegance of women’s clothing as I tend to go far too formal. I’m beginning to think that women in general are more predisposed to elegance and can pull off a more casual variation without looking underdressed. Suits are no longer the strict rule, to my way of thinking. But that may be a tailoring issue, too? How many of you use alterations tailors?)

Back to the topic at hand. I thought it might be fun to put together a survey to find out what you wear (tailored clothing-wise.) If I’ve done this correctly, you should be able to anonymously take a survey by clicking the link below. I’ll tally results over the weekend and we’ll go on from there!

Thanks in advance, if you choose to take the survey. It’s only 10 questions long and multiple choice, so it shouldn’t intrude on your day.

Click Here to take survey

6 thoughts on “The Easy and Elegant Life Everyday Wear Survey

  1. Will you post a quiz for what women wear everyday? I would be interested to see that, as well.

  2. Mr. Elegantologist, I was reading this book yesterday and I think you would like this book (if you haven’t got it already). It’s something Scottish but the whole book is fashionable and there are so many great photos of all the famous designers (including Ralph Lauren, Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Jacob & Vivienne Westwood, to name a few). Lots of inspirations in it! It’s titled Tartan: Romancing the Plaid: Jeffrey Banks.


  3. Hi m21! You really can’t go wrong with a Lacoste shirt (add Chucks, Topsiders or penny loafers instead of tennis shoes and you’re describing my school weekend wear.)

    DD, I think I might. I’m still sorting out a few things about what I think constitutes the elegant woman’s wardrobe. There are a few more grey areas there.

    G-M Jones, Thanks. Great title!

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