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We’d never advise going head-to-toe trendy—The Tie Bar guy isn’t one to peacock—but incorporating one trend into an otherwise simple look is usually all it takes to make an outfit fresh. We’re not about to advise you to try the pleated, high-waisted work pants that made their way down the runway, but there are some doable trends worth adopting. Here are five, plus a recommendation on what to buy to fill in the gaps of your spring wardrobe.
Basically, a Cliff Notes version of all the pop-culture happenings this month. Read up.
Guys, it’s about time you met Ashley Weston. Celeb stylist, close personal friend of The Tie Bar and, most importantly, our Guest Bartender for the month. No, you won’t find her serving up drinks behind the custom-made bar in our flagship store (shameless plug)—this month, she’s mixing up something a little different.
AKA: Four ways to be entertained.
Football viewership plummeted this year. Maybe it was because we were all distracted by who’d take office on January 20. Or maybe we were just over the concussion-causing sport. Either way, we’d venture a guess at what you’re not doing on February 5 (that’s Super Bowl Sunday for those who’ve really lost touch with America’s favorite pastime). Here, a few ideas of what to do instead.
Now through Friday, stock up on select discounted neckties, bow ties and scarves (starting at $9.50). Hard to believe, but believe it.
Winter is not for the faint of heart. Or the ill prepared. Or for those who are resigned to complain about the freezing temps and that nasty sidewalk slush until it all starts to melt. But if you let the weather get you down, you’re overlooking a key aspect of the season: outerwear’s ability to elevate your style.