Pajamas, or pyjamas as they’re called outside North America, are traditionally forms of nightwear worn by both men and women throughout history and into today’s modern society. While they have certainly changed with the sexual evolution of nightwear, they still are worn to provide protection, improve hygiene and maintain modesty (sometimes).
Whether it’s grilling, barbecuing low and slow or smoking and curing, outdoor cooking has been a technique that men have turned to since the dawn of time. The idea of cooking over a hot fire induced salivation and thoughts of carnivorous delight.
Today the signet ring doesn’t hold much meaning in society. It’s more of a fashion statement or family heirloom handed down from one generation to the next. Rarely seen today, it was once an important part of society and culture and played a significant role in history. Read more
Pocket watches have been my favorite style of watch for as many years as I can remember. It’s something about the simplistic complexity and refined elegance that makes them such an attractive timepiece to me. Read more
One of the most underutilized suit colors in this day in age is certainly brown. Men who wear suits to work often go for navy, charcoal, grey or anything in between, but brown is not really on their radar unless they wear sport coats. Read more
100 years ago, a man would own at least a few hats. Today, sunglasses have taken that place and, today, hats are only worn by very few men. While they certainly protect your eyes, they are also a great way to add personal style to your outfit. With that said, there are some hard and fast rules one should adhere to when wearing the shades. Read more