Monthly Archives: June 2012

Sid Mashburn’s New Suit

Sid Mashburn, the owner of the iconic Atlanta men’s store of the same name, has taken a sockless leap forward with the recent release of his own suit. The Suit in Charcoal This suit is different. Made in Italy with full-canvas construction, Bemberg lining, horn buttons, and significant hand work, there’s nothing like it at…

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I Should Have Mentioned – New Designs from Brewer’s Lantern

The Ladies at Brewer’s Lantern have recently released some great new t-shirt designs – and they look outstanding.  How about that yellow lab?  I plan on wearing these out this summer…

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Open for Business: Knot Belt Co.’s “Four Majors” Belt

My buddy Nick over at Knot Belt Company has released his leather tabbed belts – a great addition to his current d-ring selection.  One design that is completely brilliant is the ‘Four Majors’.  Nick sent me one to check out, and I must say – this belt is excellent.  All you’d expect and more in a…

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Wanted: Fuji X10

I really like photography, and want to add a good point and shoot to my arsenal.  Something I can carry with me all the time that takes excellent photos.  After a conversation with a trusted friend, and some research, it has been added to the list, along with the leather case and strap…  Wanted: the…

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Summer Goods III – The Father’s Day Edition

Father’s Day is this weekend, and it’s a great opportunity to get your old man some very useful gifts.  Nothing that will sit on the shelf – the good stuff that he will use.  He has put up with you for years – good and bad, so take this time to not only get him…

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The Carolina Shag

I grew up listening to beach music.  My folks graduated from small schools in South Carolina, and spent as much time as they could doing the Carolina Shag.  I vividly remember stories about Myrtle Beach and Dad’s fraternity parties where they listened to beach music and danced… They are still into it – going back…

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