Shopping for shirts is still a hassle for me. The medium is too large or the small is too small. A shirt will have the perfect neck size for me but be baggy. Another shirt will be tight enough for me but I will be unable to button the top. Another problem is my chest. The middle button will pop out because of of it.
Sometimes you want to go right to business, but don’t want to end up like some wall street character. These ties from The Dark Knot inspired my look because of their colors and patterns.
This past Tuesday, my friend nerd-in-nice-clothes wanted to go to Mott Haven to try out a restaurant there. I will be saving that for another post, but I do want to share some of the […]
A few weeks ago, I had to find out a way to keep my shirt where it belongs.
This past weekend one of my good college friends came to visit from Washington, DC. One of her wishes was to visit the High Line in Manhattan. Sure, it may not be the Bronx, but her wish was my command. As long as I got a few pictures from it!
When you are always wearing shirts, a problem you may come across is the “mushrooming” of the shirt. It just won’t stay tucked in. However, there is a solution, check out KK & Jay Shirttail garters and learn how to keep that shirt tucked In.
Welcome to the Bronx. The Bronx could’t let Manhattan have all the fun, so the boogie down developed it’s own fashion week. On September 5th – 7th 2014, at the Andrew Freeman Home, was the first ever Bronx Fashion Week.
Just found out what I am going to be doing Saturday morning. Prom King is a Bronx-based organization that outfits young urban males with clothing for life. Come out this Saturday to help out this great cause and get some clothes!
I see a lot of great outfits in the Bronx, but it’s hard to keep track of it all. If you think you are a Dandy In The Bronx, tag it with #DandyInTheBronx! I’ll be […]
Who says you can’t look good when an ice cold bucket of water is poured over your head?