The tie gets a bad rep. It’s associated with board rooms and formality and the type of office job that requires navigating a dull grey labyrinth of cubicles. There’s a reason that the phrase “loosening one’s tie” exists, and why it’s shorthand for relaxing and having a good time. Ties are symbolic of all that is…
Who was it that first said, “It takes a lot of money to look this cheap?” Well, according to Bieber Clothing Tumblr, a site for teens dedicated to fashion worn by this particular emotional teen, Justin Bieber spent $600 on the following sweatshirt; one that looks like something he picked up at Goodwill to bedazzle in…
Some would consider it as sacrilegious as when Coke dabbled with its classic formula back in the 80s, but after 98 years Converse has updated its iconic Chuck Taylor All-Stars. On the outside they look nearly identical, but on the inside the Chuck II is actually far more comfy for your feet.
Good news, everyone: Old Navy has launched a line that caters to blogging scum so you don’t have to deal with any pesky browsing to get the latest... writer fashion. Blogger looks, baby!
Last weeks deodorant vote revealed that many of you sweat like a [insert your jokes in the comments]. An undershirt can help protect your expensive clothes from the pit stains so many of you complained about, but which undershirt deserves to be so close to your heart? Tell us in the comments.
The college I attended had a six-week winter break, from Thanksgiving until New Year’s. During my first winter back home I decided to get a job, as my high school friends would only be home for a few days at Thanksgiving and not again until Christmas. There are many places that hire temp workers for the holiday rush,…
If you're passionate about your choice of underwear, it's time to sound off, and if you're not, it's time to treat yourself. What are the best men's underwear? Tell us.
Scientific research has now confirmed what has long been understood by those of us with the strength of character necessary to live life as raffish, devil-may-care iconoclasts: wearing "nice" clothes that are "appropriate" is for losers.
The Associated Press reports that the dry-goods sales-and-marketing company Nike has provoked a reaction by selling t-shirts designed to provoke a reaction. The shirts include "the phrases 'Dope,' 'Get High' and 'Ride Pipe,'" the AP reports.
We are just a few weeks away from the unusually early start of Hanukkah, and we ask: What do you get the Jewish sports fan who has it all? (That is to say, "control of the media.") How about pro sports memorabilia in Hebrew?