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FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION.JOIN THE RALLY THIS THURSDAY, IN SUPPORT OF CHINA AND THE ARTIST AI WEIWEI.

blkdnm:

FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION.

JOIN THE RALLY THIS THURSDAY, IN SUPPORT OF CHINA AND THE ARTIST AI WEIWEI.

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Zaremba Bespoke Warsaw

DB in brown

Tie: Marzzullo

Denim MTM shirt: E. Berg

Pocket Square: Drake’s London

acollectedgentleman:

A Collected Review:


Ellington Cap Toe Saddle by Johnston&Murphy 

The Ellington Cap Toe Saddle  is the perfect shoe for the spring/ summer. After breaking them in for a few weeks,  I’m happy to have them in my collection. 

Comfort-The shoe features a leather lining with a sheepskin/chambray insole. This shoe really allows your feet to stay dry and breathe, especially if you like to ditch the socks on those hot summer days.

Durability- The shoe will last you a long time, but it  depends on how you take care them. I really recommend wearing these when the weather is just right. Avoid rain and snow. Fall, spring and summer are 

Style- What I truly loved about this shoe is the design and look. In my opinion, it’s a very beautiful shoe and you’re destined to turn heads and receive compliments, when you’re out and about.

Final Words- The Ellington Cap Toe Saddle is a great shoe for the spring and summer. It’s truly a great shoe that looks and feels good.  I recommend you visit Johnston & Murphy and check them out. They don’t just offer amazing looking  shoes, but apparel and accessories for men and women as well.

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dresslikea:

Monday inspiration - dressed down spring casual
An ensemble probably not that appropriate to wear at work (in office) but combining your suit with a pair of classic sneakers such as Jack Purcells or Supergas and a denim shirt is an optimal way to dress down your outfit. For example if you’re heading to have a few drinks after work…
Just be sure that the construction of the suit you’re wearing is lightweight, rightly fitted and not too business-oriented. And another thing to remember, wear no socks.
Field jacket: Herno Suit: Boglioli Shirt: Barba Sneakers: Converse
PS: Christian Kimber Bag: Want Essentiels
Shades: Gucci  Watch: Rolex

dresslikea:

Monday inspiration - dressed down spring casual

An ensemble probably not that appropriate to wear at work (in office) but combining your suit with a pair of classic sneakers such as Jack Purcells or Supergas and a denim shirt is an optimal way to dress down your outfit. For example if you’re heading to have a few drinks after work…

Just be sure that the construction of the suit you’re wearing is lightweight, rightly fitted and not too business-oriented. And another thing to remember, wear no socks.

Field jacket: Herno Suit: Boglioli Shirt: Barba Sneakers: Converse

PS: Christian Kimber Bag: Want Essentiels

Shades: Gucci  Watch: Rolex

icloud-nine:

In 1973, Colonel William Pogue brought his Seiko 6139 Automatic Chronograph on board the Skylab 4 mission as part of his personal kit. He had purchased the watch from the PX at Ellington AFB, and although the watch wasn’t Flight-Approved by NASA, he was allowed to bring it on the flight. The Skylab 4 mission was manned by Pogue, along with astronauts Gerald Carr and Edward Gibson, and was the third and final manned mission on the United States’ first space station. During the 84-day flight, the astronauts performed experiments pertaining to human endurance in zero gravity, along with observation of the earth, sun, and the Comet Kohoutek. While the mission was ultimately a success, the Skylab project was scrapped as NASA’s shuttle program got underway.

liamdryden:

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A high school friend of mine bought a square foot of Sealand and is a Baron of the Principality. True story

liamdryden:

did-you-kno:

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A high school friend of mine bought a square foot of Sealand and is a Baron of the Principality. True story