"I can understand your flabbergastedness (is that a word?). Obviously the people involved were not as well versed in the sartorial arts as we here at AoM.
However I would like to think I would take the high ground and give him the compliment that it…"
"I decided to start dressing well two years ago, in my Sophomore year of college. I started by gradually phasing out my high-school t-shirts. Then I started buying slim jeans and corduroys to replace the baggier jeans I used to wear. After that, it…"
"It is sad, but what gets me now Is for dressy occasions I see men in polos and khakis as if that was being dressed up. I consider that to be on the far side of casual, I miss the days where casual was a button up and slacks and it was not…"
"It's sad that our society can be so badly misinformed, and downright ignorant. Ah well, pay no mind to modern aesthetic conceptions of any kind, nor to the modern idea of having no rules of conduct based on traditions…"
"My interest was piqued so I smelled it in the store today. My best description would be that it smells like bathroom spray for the body. I couldn't wait to get the smell out of my nostrils. No offense but, IMHO, best used by 13-year old boys…"
"I think it's common for preferences to change- I know mine have. But in the case of English Leather, I think the formula has changed, if only slightly. Something that has been around as long as EL is likely to have been tweaked at least once."
"I used to wear English Leather a lot. After not using it for 20+ years, I tried it this week and didn't like it on me at all. Ditto for Grey Flannel. When I wore these, I lived in a much colder part of the country. Now I live in the southwest,…"
"I haven't come across the musk version of Royal Copenhagen; sounds like that may be lucky for me :)
On a different note I have tried English Leather recently and actually like it again. I'm glad I gave it another chance."
"Royal Copenhagen has been my primary scent for at least 20 years. That said, I despise Royal Copenhagen Musk. My friend was wearing it when we went shopping for suits. We were in the closed up car together for about an hour and I felt like I…"
"Liam, I'm sure you dress well, and it's a pleasure to me someone like you who pays attention to the way he dresses. I meet fewer and fewer men who seem to care about a tie knot style or wearing a tie clip, or (really) never have…"
Philosophy, Political Science and Theory, Rock Climbing, Writing, Reading, Health and Nutrition, Fitness, Men's Fashion, Sensible Women
In no particular order: Confucius' Analects, The Prince, Meditations, Diary of a Man in Despair, Nineteen Eighty-Four, Animal Farm, Candide, Othello, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Three Kingdoms, The Painted Bird, The Magus, The Giver, Fahrenheit 451, Macbeth
Johann Sebastian Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, George Frideric Handel
"Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs even though checkered by failure, than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much because they live in the gray twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat."
26th president of US (1858 - 1919)
"Yeah, I've known for a while that although I'm comfortable with working class, because that's where I grew up, I can never be working class. But now I'm seeing how I feel superior to the lower class -- a fault that I blame…"
"Depends on what you mean by "inferior." Regardless, the claim used to market him that he was a centrist is patently false. One scale put him to the left of Kagan, and almost to the left of Ginsburg.
Also, boring picks are underrated."
"Constitutionally, we don't. But, there is statutory legislation setting the number of Justices. Congress would have to change it.
After Scalia died, I read an interesting opinion article (at the Federalist, maybe) that we ought to de-fang the…"