RCS Gift Guide Part One: Lawyers

Who doesn’t like themes…  For this year’s RCS Gift Guides, let’s tribute Warren Zevon.  It’ll make more sense as the week progresses.  First up: Lawyers

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1. Red Fox Tie from Ben Silver:  Sly like a fox.
2. Waterford Lismore DOF Box Set:  If you are going to sneak a bottle of something good in your bottom desk drawer, have something nice to drink it out of.
3. Dress Shirts from Ledbury:  Very nice shirts…these should always be given in pairs.  Bring them to your local seamstress and get your initials embroidered on the cuffs.
4. IWC Automatic Steel Watch:  Don’t be late.  Ever.
5. Martin Dingman Smith Black Belt:  Dressing up every day calls for a nice dress belt.
6. Oxxford Made To Measure Suit:  Everyone plays better when they look good.  Take a trip up to Chicago and get a good made-to-measure suit.
7. Smith & Wesson .38 Special:  You never know.  Celebrate the 2nd Amendment.
8. Macbook Air:  No need for those stacks of legal pads and folders anymore.
9. Pelikan Fountain Pen:  Use something nice when you have to sign on the line that is dotted.
10: Col. Littleton No. 18 Portfolio:  For when you have to take notes.  Initials are a must.
11. Alden Shell Cordovan Cap Toe Bal Oxford:  It will be next to impossible to wear these out.  Keep a shine on them for the perfect finishing touch to the uniform.
12. Frank Clegg American Briefcase:  Gone are the days of needing the thick briefcase.  Carry something sleek and classic.  It doesn’t get any better than this.

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  • Drake12/10/2012 - 8:05 AM

    cant wait for tomorrows post on gunsReplyCancel

  • Drake12/10/2012 - 8:08 AM

    Also, that pen better be blue ink or no one will trust anything you signReplyCancel

  • Tad12/10/2012 - 8:21 AM

    +1 for the Glengarry Glen Ross reference.ReplyCancel

  • Matt12/10/2012 - 2:39 PM

    Just send directly to my fianceeReplyCancel

  • Terry Williams12/10/2012 - 5:05 PM

    Monogram on the cuff? Please. Very tacky.ReplyCancel

  • TJ12/11/2012 - 10:55 AM

    As an attorney who uses Col. Littleton products every day, I highly recommend one minor change – go with the No. 18L Legal Portfolio.ReplyCancel

  • Moss12/11/2012 - 4:32 PM

    Excellent work hereReplyCancel



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