The Working Man: Leather Portfolios

by Jordan Zeman | July 10th, 2014

Today’s working man has paired down his essentials considerably. Gone are the days of mountains of paperwork, clunky cell phones and thick laptops. Instead, many guys are opting for a much lighter work bag, especially with the variety of tablet computers and slim smart phones that can take the place of products from the Stone… Read more…

The Working Man: Taking Cues from Burberry Prorsum Spring 2015

by Jordan Zeman | June 25th, 2014

As with women, some men are afraid to take chances on color with work wear. There is a misconception that something bright or mixing colors together can come across as too casual for the office. While mismatched prints may not fit in the work environment, bold and saturated colors can look very sophisticated.   Burberry… Read more…

The Working Man: Make Your Collar Pop

by Jordan Zeman | June 19th, 2014

As a budget-conscious female, I tend to rely heavily on the statement necklace. A few of these in your arsenal can take a plain tee and jeans out to dinner, bring a tired black dress back to life and even cover a rogue makeup stain around a neckline. For men, however, a rhinestone bib may… Read more…

The Working Man: Your Work Wear Shopping Destination

by Rachel Yeomans | March 19th, 2014
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I have taken almost every male friend of mine shopping for work clothes at least once during the course of our relationship. And each time, they all end up buying the most items at H&M. And each time, they are all surprised that the discount retailer fit them the best and offered pretty decent quality… Read more…

The Working Man: Metrosexual No More

by Rachel Yeomans | January 9th, 2014

Remember when the term “metrosexual” came out in 2003? The New York Times wrote an article in its Sunday Styles section with the headline “Metrosexuals Come Out” and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy became a television hit. Fast forward and here we are in 2014 and the New York Times wrote a new article…. Read more…

The Working Man: The Car Shoe

by Kaitlin Chad | February 20th, 2013

The car shoe: a step up from the loafer? A driving shoe? A more comfortable shoe at the end of the day? What ever it is, we love them. A casual option for a dress shoe but still office appropriate (just don’t wear them to a big meeting with a client or your superiors). Neiman… Read more…

The Working Man: Being Briefed

by Rachel Yeomans | February 6th, 2013
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This Sunday’s New York Times T Magazine brought up a very valid point all of us have to consider when dressing for the day – yes what we put on for work wear, but also what we put on underneath said work wear. This particular call-out focused on men’s briefs. Let this one quote answer… Read more…

The Working Man: To Bling or Not to Bling? Cufflinks and Their History in the Workplace

by Rachel Yeomans | November 9th, 2011

By Alan Neff Today, we speak of men’s jewelry.  We ask, “To bling…or not to bling?  That is the question.” Okay, perhaps it isn’t of Shakespearean magnitude, but it works for us. Until recently, when men considered adding shiny, eye-catching jeweled/precious-metal accessories to their wardrobes, they confined their choices to cufflinks, tie bars, tie tacks, tie-chains,… Read more…

Today’s Coveted Working Look: J. Crew Suits Up

by Rachel Yeomans | September 2nd, 2011
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Have you seen the layout of J. Crew’s website lately? I may have been out of touch when it was redesigned, but the result is amazing! The chic look books, the photography, it actually reminds me an online magazine. Amazing layout aside, one of the features was the impetus for men to “suit it up”…. Read more…

The Working Man: Sizing, Tailoring, and Cleaning Your Basic Business Wardrobe

by Rachel Yeomans | July 6th, 2011

By Alan Neff Here are a few basic pieces of advice about selecting and caring for your clothes.  Keep in mind that your clothes will be your biggest initial investment in your career after your education and your car, if you need one.  Take care of them and they will serve you well. Sizing Pick clothes… Read more…