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Category Archives: Menswear

August 20, 2014 Going BROgue

by style contributor, Julie Fashion is a massive merry-go-round of borrowing. It’s a field where original ideas are a farce, but repurposing is paramount. You’ve surely heard someone say, “If you hold on to that long enough it’ll be back … Continue reading

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September 5, 2013 Making It Our Own: Menswear in Women’s Fashion

The term “menswear” is nearly devoid of meaning these days, as women have deftly made it their own over the past century.  Long gone are the days when women were expected to only wear constrictive corsets, heavy underskirts and long … Continue reading

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June 6, 2008 Father’s Day: It’s In the Details

Alpaca_links_cardigan Father’s Day became official here in 1972, but at least one of the stories circulated about its origin began a century earlier in Spokane, Washington.  U.S. Civil War veteran William Jackson Smart reared his six children as a single … Continue reading

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May 30, 2008 Father’s Day: Bigger & Better

Men’s Pima Cotton Polo: Peruvian Connection Here in America, we’re always thinking about size. The bigger, the better. You know, the Empire State Building, the Mighty Mississippi, the Giant Redwoods, the Great Plains. I noticed the other day that the … Continue reading

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October 30, 2007 Menzzzzwear!

Img_3717_2 Men: You are not mediocre so why should your clothes be?!? Whenever I put away my husband’s clothes after a fun-filled weekend laundry session, I can’t help but think of how lucky I am as a woman to have … Continue reading

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