Nicholas Boylan
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Short Men's Khakis

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chuck Knight Aug 26, 2012. 2 Replies

New Grilling Season, New Lease Restrictions

Started this discussion. Last reply by Craig McCurdy Mar 11, 2012. 2 Replies

No-Tie Rule

Started this discussion. Last reply by Liam O. Jan 30, 2012. 17 Replies

 

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Chuck Knight replied to Nicholas Boylan's discussion Short Men's Khakis
"I'm rather short, and one thing I've discovered is that the "rise" of the pants is also very important.  What invariably happens with me, when wearing a regular rise, is that the pants fall to my natural waistline, which…"
Aug 26, 2012
Nicholas Boylan replied to Shawn Barter's discussion Tie Shops
"I'm an oddball tie lover, and the Jerry Garcia abstract ties at Kohls are great. For a more standard look, however, I find you can buy good ties at pretty much any menswear store. Macy's sometimes has good builds. Also, can't go wrong…"
Aug 26, 2012
Nicholas Boylan posted a discussion

Short Men's Khakis

I'm 5'5". Not exceptionally short, but short enough that buying pants is a huge pain in the ass. See, my inseam is ~27".A while ago I taught myself to hem my own pants. This, after some extreme frustration, turned out to be a not-so-bad thing as I could actually get a decent look going. I've got hemming dress slacks down pat, and if I buy 29" inseam jeans (kind of hard to find) it doesn't look bad. No matter how I try, though, or what style I purchase, I can't seem to find khaki's that look…See More
Aug 26, 2012
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Aug 26, 2012
Craig McCurdy replied to Nicholas Boylan's discussion New Grilling Season, New Lease Restrictions
"Buy a  gas fired  Smoker or make chip packs with aluminum fiol to use on a Gas grill or buy a house and do as you please."
Mar 11, 2012
Suburban Sentinel replied to Nicholas Boylan's discussion New Grilling Season, New Lease Restrictions
"We use wooden chips or planks (apple, hickory, mesquite) soaked in water on a propane grill.  Nowhere near the real deal but better than nuthin'."
Mar 11, 2012
Nicholas Boylan posted a discussion

New Grilling Season, New Lease Restrictions

With a new grilling season now upon us, I'd like to get the AoM community's opinion on something.I've recently moved to a new apartment, and we've got walk-out porches off the backs. The lease states that we can only have propane or gas grills, and nothing that burns charcoal/wood/etc. I'm fairly certain this is because the porches are wooden, and at some point someone probably did something stupid and caught their third-story porch on fire with briquettes. I've previously been spoiled, and had…See More
Mar 11, 2012
Liam O. replied to Nicholas Boylan's discussion No-Tie Rule
"Got it. Flat front slightly fitted glen check slacks. white, spread collar french cuff shirt with plain silver cufflinks. fitted double-breasted peak lapel 6/4 navy blazer Burgundy paisley pocket square burgundy socks London Tan monkstraps. That…"
Jan 30, 2012
David F. replied to Nicholas Boylan's discussion No-Tie Rule
"Just thought of this.  You add a splash of color by using colored undershirts if they don't show through the shirts otherwise.  It would give you the counter color effect of a tie."
Jan 30, 2012
Native Son replied to Nicholas Boylan's discussion No-Tie Rule
"Just don't wear your dress shirts buttoned all the way up...unless you really want to look like an Iranian politico."
Jan 30, 2012
BJ McGeever replied to Nicholas Boylan's discussion No-Tie Rule
"You could go for some patterned shirts to bring more color in. Stripes or check with some colors could bring the outfits to life."
Jan 30, 2012
David F. replied to Nicholas Boylan's discussion No-Tie Rule
"Ya I have the same problem.  My boss does not ware a tie.  I deal with it by dressing well in all other aspects including having fun with cuff links.  You can dress well without a tie, you just switch the details.  Also get…"
Jan 25, 2012
Holzie replied to Nicholas Boylan's discussion No-Tie Rule
"I love wearing ties, I truly get treated different when not wearing them.  That said I think the pocket square in colorful patterns are a great way to compliment the wardrobe. You can have fun with monograms on your pocket and cufflinks as…"
Jan 24, 2012
Mike Wisbrock replied to Nicholas Boylan's discussion No-Tie Rule
"Depending on where you are, you could go with Boots and an unbuttoned longsleev, or, alternately, colored silk tees or woven shirts with slacks and sport coats."
Jan 24, 2012
Liam O. replied to Nicholas Boylan's discussion No-Tie Rule
"call me crazy but i think if someone wanted to help me relax, telling me I couldn't dress in the manner I considered appropriate for meeting with a client would be a bad start."
Jan 24, 2012
Nathanael replied to Nicholas Boylan's discussion No-Tie Rule
"Certainly not with a sport coat.  With a business suit, perhaps."
Jan 24, 2012

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At 5:35pm on May 30, 2010, M. said…
Happy birthday, Nicholas!
At 1:15am on August 22, 2009, Shaun Daws said…
Welcome to AoM Nicholas!
At 6:38pm on August 21, 2009, Russel G. said…
Nicholas, welcome to AoM! Feel free to peruse the groups and get involved.
At 6:16pm on August 21, 2009, thehuhman said…
Welcome to thr community, Nicholas!
 
 
 

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