A new direction? And a call to action!

When I started this blog I didn’t expect anyone to read it… Well, my recent blog post showed me that a lot of people read my scribbles… I didn’t expect that at all. So this time I want to give the pen to one of my readers that has definitely something interesting to write! Maybe…

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Transitioning to a summer wardrobe

It’s always a lot of work to store your winter clothes and get the summer linens out. It’s even harder to get confronted with all the clothing you didn’t wear that fall/winter. What a shame that I didn’t get to wear my beloved rollneck sweaters. Then comes the real hassle, how do you store your…

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On long sweaters

A few weeks ago I got the opportunity to talk to an Italian follower. He voiced his biggest ‘pet-peeve’: long sweaters. This is only a problem when you like to wear high-rise trousers. Because you have to incorporat the rest of your outfit with it. Sweaters are the hardest to match with high-rise trousers. Why?…

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The style of Elmer Thomas

A lot of bloggers write about stylish men. Most of the time they talk about Hollywood-stars or other artists. Politicians don’t get a lot of attention, why would they? Most of the time they dress conservatively. Today we look at another snappy dresser and he was a politician that also got voted ‘best-dressed man in…

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What is style?

Yesterday I was inspired by an article from ‘Thehogtownrake’ blogger Pedro Mendes. He talked about the best-dressed man in Italy. It wasn’t a young fashion-forward guy but unsurprisingly an older man, wearing clothing he wore for many many years. I talk a lot about style and the style journey I think the time has come…

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Transitioning to my fall wardrobe

A lot of blogs talk about the transition to fall. For many style enthusiasts, it’s the best time of the year. Because you can start to layer and bring out those really nice tweed coats. Last year when I was also transitioning to more ‘classic’ clothing it was not a fun time. I didn’t have…

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Vintage flair at Tommy Page

At Monday 3 September 2018 I visited Tommy Page in Amsterdam. A small boutique (he calls it a ‘mantique’) dedicated to vintage menswear. Tommy was in store and waited for me after closing hour. So I didn’t have a lot of time to try everything he had in store for me. Tommy is friendly and…

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