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    That blue blazer.

    That blue blazer.

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    Tags: menswear style

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    The Spring 2013 looks that’ll get you the attention you deserve.

    For Spring 2013 men’s style it’s all about the bright pants, blazer, and the rugged leather boot.

    Spring is the time to let loose and get out of the typical solid colors of the fall and brighten it up. Bright pants are great editions to your spring wardrobe. It harkens back to the prep style of the northeast. My favorite colors are red and a light lavender. When you are wearing bright colored pants you will want to keep your shirt a basic color or pattern. You want the pants to stand out and not the whole outfit. For red colored pants I would suggest wearing a white button down, a red or blue gingham shirt, and a basic color v neck.

    Blazers are a must have item for any guy in his spring collection. Blazers are one of the most versatile items you can have. You can wear it during the day for work and transition to night with a blazer and denim combo. You will want to buy a light weight blazer and not use the heavier fabric blazer from the fall. Fabrics I suggest are a light weight wool (8-9oz), cotton, and linen. I’m a classic guy and I prefer a light weight navy blazer. It’s versatile. For work you can wear a navy blazer with a light blue shirt, pattern tie, and grey or khaki pants to give you a current but classic look. For night I suggest wearing the navy blazer, a v-neck or open collared button down, and dark denim jeans. It’s a clean masculine classic look.

    Finally, the brown leather boot. I love adding a rugged element into what I’m wearing and a leather boot does just that. For your day work look you can wear these with a gray pant and the navy blazer I mentioned above. For the night look ill reveal my simple secret look that work every time: a black v-neck, dark denim jeans, and a brown leather boot. It’s simple but it works.

    If you want to stand out and take Spring 2013 by the horns take the suggestions I’ve mentioned. It’s simple, classic, and you’ll get the attention you deserve.

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    *Indiegogo Project* Rob Marshall USA: American Made Custom Shirts

    Donate and Support: Here!

    I wanted thank you all for clicking on my project and I appreciate the time you have taken out of your day to read my story. I wanted to create a company that stood for a cause and had a purpose. That purpose is to prove that the American dream is still alive, the dream that people can create something out of nothing and help others in the process.

     So how did I arrive at custom shirting? 

     Being once a military guy and doing all those push-ups and sit-ups turned my body into a lean mean fighting machine. I have broad shoulders, a large neck and a trim waist. That mix doesn’t go well with standard off-the-rack clothing. It’s really frustrating when out of all the clothing companies that sell in America you can’t find one that makes clothes that fit you properly. I never wear ties because I can’t even button my collar. If I want a shirt that fits my neck, the material around my waist looks like a boat sail! The reality is most off-the-rack clothing companies don’t make shirts that fit men. Most are standard sizes they figured most men would fit into. The reality is that most men don’t fit into those sizes. If you’re trying to make a first impression you need to make sure you’re wearing clothing that fit. I know a lot of you men out there have the same problem with finding clothing that fits correctly like I do. You know what they say: If you have a problem don’t cry about it, fix it,” and that’s what I set out to do.

    I went out and searched for a great American manufacturer. It took longer than I thought because I didn’t realize how much of our manufacturing base was sent overseas. There were many companies I found that claimed they were an American manufacturing company but their factories were overseas and this wasn’t going to cut it for me. Never giving up I finally found a shirting company in Newark, New Jersey who made all of their shirts here in America. I ordered a couple of samples and when I tried them on they were the best fitting shirts I ever wore. The first thought that came to mind was that these shirts felt like butter. Better yet I could finally button my collar and there was no sail billowing around my waist! I want every man to feel the same thing I felt when I put on that shirt for the first time. There is no reason why men in America should be walking around with shirts that don’t fit them because there is not a company out there serving their needs.

    I am bootstrapping this company from the ground up and now to make this all happen in a meaningful way I need your support. Below is more info on the project. Thank so much for your time.

    Donate and Support: http://igg.me/p/167365?a=203722

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    aer0phanesorceress:

5 Speed Cuff Links

Always go manual on your wedding day.

    aer0phanesorceress:

    5 Speed Cuff Links

    Always go manual on your wedding day.

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    exquisitetrappin:

Silver Revolver Cufflinks

    exquisitetrappin:

    Silver Revolver Cufflinks

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