Monthly Archives: March 2017

The fine folks at Sugarloaf Social Club and Classic Georgia have teamed up for limited t-shirt that is very appropriate for the season: We’re less than ten days until Masters week, and this is a GREAT way to get into the spirit.  Head over to Classic Georgia or Sugarloaf Social Club and get your shirt…

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A round up of some of the coolest, and often forgotten relic of the glorious 80’s and 90’s…especially in fraternity culture:  Corduroy hats.  These ran the show during the colder months, and usually trickled into the Spring, as they were perfectly broken in.  They never matched anything.  They had an old beer label, Ducks Unlimited…

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Ahh…Spring is here.  Time to enjoy a rebirth; not only for the beautiful foliage, The Masters, and longer days, but also for you ankles.  #SansSocks weather is back, so let’s take full advantage.  A lot of your loafers and sandals have found their way to the back of the closet.  It’s time to take stock,…

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As anyone who as read this blog for longer than two sentences knows that we are a very dog-friendly establishment.  Dogs are always welcome, and encouraged.  You’ve all watched our beloved #FrankDawg grow up over the last year and a half via Instagram, and he has become a beloved member of our family.  We love…

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I did my bracket, and I’m all set.  For discussion, here are my final four picks…Thanks for the lids, State Traditions.  I’d like to apologize in advance for jinxing these teams, as it’s usually better to light a $20 bill on fire than watch my bracket.  Less of a calorie burn. Who you got?

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Mrs. RCS and I made our way down to Scott Antique Market for the March stop in Atlanta.  We had a few things we were looking for (and found success! – More on this later), but as per usual, there were some GREAT finds.  Here are the goods: There was a good collection of Peter…

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I came to know Holderness & Bourne last Spring.  Alex Holderness & John Bourne reached out to let me know they had started a golf brand that was right up my ally.  The sent me a couple, and they have become my go-to shirts. Here’s what I like about H&B: their shirts and gear are meant…

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