Monthly Archives: December 2014

Being that it’s New Year’s Eve, I celebrate for a couple reasons: first, you get to reflect on all the good stuff from the past year, and carry the good memories with you.  Second, you get to drink a little too much and stay up late, which leads me to number three: you can recover…

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Continuing with the holiday tradition, the after-Christmas sales are now in full swing.  Joining the ranks for a quick, but massive sale is East Dane.  they are offering an extra 25% off items that are already on sale.  Yes – that means up to 77% off. What does that mean?  Well – here are some…

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Last weekend, I lost a couple hours digging through the End. Clothing website.  Some of you know about End., and now I feel like I’m a part of the club.  Here are the details: Founded in 2005, based in England, and a straight forward, almost utilitarian perspective of high-end menswear and some street wear.  What…

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I may be a little late, but I just came across this video…for those of you that like dogs AND Star Wars, this is for you… Source: Vimeo

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It’s time for some after Christmas shopping.  If you feel like I do this morning (see above), some online shopping for the Mrs. and me might be a good way to recover after our food comas.  Lots of good stuff going on, folks, and I’ve tried to capture as much as I can.  Did I…

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Merry Christmas, Red Clay Soul readers.  I’m very grateful for all of you.  Y’all are number one in my book…

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Down here in Atlanta, we are in that weird time of year when it’s 35 when we wake up, but 55 when we clock out.  That temperature variation makes it a little tough to find something work-able all day long.  A solution that I like?  A puffer vest over a tweed jacket.  This is traditionally…

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