Hey, gidday mates! Today is Blue Oxford Day — a partnership between Lands’ End and the Prostate Cancer Foundation — by wearing a Lands’ End Blue No Iron Pinpoint Oxford Shirt today, you’ll be standing in solidarity with survivors and sufferers of this brutal disease. Prostate cancer affects approximately one in every seven men, and my family is not immune; my grandfather died almost exactly three months after being diagnosed with the disease in 2007. So here’s what you can do: Get regular checkups, and purchase a Lands’ End Blue No Iron Pinpoint Oxford Shirt between now and February 13, 2016 — they’re donating 10% of sales to the Prostate Cancer Foundation.Click to Continue!
I’ve been thinking about trench coats quite a lot recently, because right now New York always seems to be chilly but not freezing, blustery but not torrential; that time of year when you always need a lightweight jacket of some variety or other, but it’s still too early for a full-blown woolen overcoat. Trench coat weather, if you will.Click to Continue!
Did you know that up until I got these jeans from Lands’ End, I only owned one black item of clothing? (It’s an old Cats t-shirt I got years ago when the show came to Auckland.)Click to Continue!
Day 1 – Jacket and tie: Crane Brothers; pocket square: vintage; jeans: 3X1; shoes: Converse; shirt: Lands’ End. Last week Lands’ End issued me with my dream challenge. They said: “We’ll send you five of our No Iron Dress Shirts, you wear one each day, and blog the results.” I said: “Okayyyy!” It was good for a couple of reasons — I do not own an iron, so no iron is always my preference; it forced me to wear an actual different outfit every day for five days (which is an extreme rarity… confession: I did wear the same pairClick to Continue!