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Guys. Go From Business Casual to Vacation-Style Seamlessly

Well, guys, vacation time is here. This means going from the world of professional attire to a more relaxed attire. When you have to wear formal clothes every day, it can be a bit hard to determine what to wear to look and feel your best on vacation. But don’t worry, here are three outfit ideas to help you have a stylish vacation.

Outfit 1:

You probably recognize the pieces from this outfit. The jeans, button-up shirt and the plain shirt. Enjoy a relaxed weekend by putting on a 100% cotton two-pocket vintage shirt and a pair of jeans. Bonus: the cotton will feel amazing on your skin and isn’t as harsh as other fabrics. 


The great thing about this outfit is that all of the pieces can be mixed and matched with other pieces of clothes to make more casual outfits. You can wear both shirts by themselves with jeans as well. 

Want to experiment with more looks and fabrics? Come to the shop on July 25th, for a personalized shopping experience and to create more outfits with friends. RSVP here.

Outfit 2:

Have too many suits in your closet? Well, good news you can bring a blazer with you on your vacation. The water-resistant fabric navy trouser keeps you sharp. You can roll up the ankle-length hem to transform the look to a vacation style

The fabric of this outfit will keep you fresh even when it rains, and the blazer can be worn with a simple cotton shirt underneath and jeans for another casual look. 

Want to experiment with more looks and fabrics? Come to the shop on July 25th, for a personalized shopping experience and to create more outfits with friends. RSVP here.

Outfit 3:

Wanna go for a more sporting look? If you have polo shirts similar to the one in the picture, that you wear for a more business casual look, you’re good to go. Transform the look from business casual to a vacation style by wearing a short-sleeve shirt and adding a sports coat

This is another outfit that can be mixed and matched with your favorite pieces of clothing. You can wear the coat with a simple shirt underneath. Wear the polo by itself with jeans for another casual look. Wear a bright top with white pants for another great outfit as well. 

Want to experiment with more looks and fabrics? Come to the shop on July 25th, for a personalized shopping experience and to create more outfits with friends. RSVP here





Stay Fresh this Summer by Switching Your Clothing Fabrics

It’s getting hotter, the further we get into summer. More heat means more sweat, and that means outfits get ruined. Despite the inevitable heat, simply switching the fabrics of your clothes can help minimize the heat problem and keep our summer outfits fresh.

If you have any of the pieces in the outfit. You have classic summer outfit staples. High-waisted pants, stripes, and a T-shirt. But what about the fabric of these pieces? Are they cotton or polyester? Lighten up the summer with a stretch cotton twill high-waisted pants and ultra soft tee. 

The great thing about this outfit is that all of the pieces can be mixed and matched with your other clothes. The pants can be worn with literally any shirt. The sweater looks great with shorts but can also be worn with pants when the weather gets chillier. The striped shirt can also be worn with jeans or your favorite pair of pants.  

Want to experiment with more fabrics? Come to the shop on July 18th, for a personalized shopping experience and to create more outfits with friends. RSVP here.

Guys, the heat can ruin your outfits just as much. You probably recognize some of the clothes here. The navy blue shorts, polo, and a classic gray shirt. Lightweight jersey and “beach to bar” shorts are good to keep the summer cool. 


These pieces can also be mixed and matched to create new outfits. The shorts can be worn with any kind of shirt, and the shirts can be worn with any kind of pants. 

Want to experiment with more fabrics? Come to the shop on July 18th, for a personalized shopping experience and to create more outfits with friends. RSVP here. 





Keep it Casual on a July Weekend Afternoon

It is officially summer! This means Fourth of July outings, hotter weather, and of course summer fashion. Dressing up in the summertime is hard, finding outfits that you won’t sweat as much in, but still protects you from the rain. But don’t worry here are a couple of tips that 

Outfit 1:

Ladies, summer is the time for rompers. They’re light, airy and can be worn for a variety of occasions. If you have a romper, you have a perfect summer outfit. Pair it with your favorite pair of sunglasses and your favorite necklace and you’re good as gold in the world of summer fashion! When picking out shoes, you can pick sandal heels or sneakers. You can switch shoes from sandal heels to sneakers for indoor and outdoor weekend activities. 


This outfit has a lot of recyclable pieces that you can use to accessorize your other outfits, for example, the sunglasses and the necklace. You can wear the romper when you’re having a casual day and feel free to wear your shoes with any outfit you please. 

“Want to create your own weekend outfit?” On July 11th, you can visit the shop for a personalized fitting, to try on the pieces with friends and create more outfits. RSVP here.

Outfit 2

For guys, summer is all about denim and brighter colors. Get ready to bring out your lighter colored clothing to wear clothes that reflect the sunny weather. You can also layer-up or wear nor layers. Adding a light jacket and switching the the shirt to a polo shirt can keep you fresh in between different occasions over the weekend. 

This outfit can be broken down into smaller outfits. You can wear the pants and the polo shirt without the jacket. Put the blazer over a short-sleeved shirt to look crisp. 

“Want to create your own weekend outfit?” On July 11th, you can visit the shop for a personalized fitting, to try on the pieces with friends and create more outfits.