Chinese New Year kicked off on February nineteenth this year and ushered in the Year of the Goat (though sometimes you’ll hear it referred to as the Year of the Sheep). We’ve given advice before on ways to dress or accessorize the western zodiac, so we figured that with an entire year ahead you may
This year, Chinese New Year falls on February 19. While the occasion itself will be celebrated with paper dragons, huge parades and lots of fireworks across Asia and in many major U.S. cities, much of the population is still learning about Chinese New Year and its traditions. It’s really much more complicated than what’s on
For some, Valentine’s Day means a motivation to wear black every day. We hope that that’s not you and that you’re hoping to embrace the spirit of the holiday and add some splashes of pink and red to your style palette. But for men, sometimes the challenge of pink or red isn’t as obvious. And
If you’re anything like us, there’s not much that you love about the middle of winter other than the excuse to drink rich liquors and red wines and the opportunity to hit the slopes. But ski outings can present a style challenge. Most of us are advanced beyond the age where the ski slope rebel
Happy New Year! We have to confess that we can’t believe that it’s 2015 already, but we’re always excited about the turn of the year because it gives us the opportunity to set new goals. And yes, we prefer to call them goals instead of resolutions. After all, the mental association with a resolution is
New Year’s Eve is almost here, and with it comes all of the black tie and tuxedo events that you could ever dream of. Ok, if we’re telling the truth, at least half of us will spend our New Year’s Eve on our sofa with Ryan Seacrest guiding us through the countdown until midnight. But
With the holiday season in full swing, we know some men who love – and we mean LOVE – to incorporate holiday touches into their personal style. Sometimes, this is a great thing. And sometimes it can go horribly wrong (think holiday tie with cartoon characters on it). To help ensure that his holiday style
As the cold, colder, and coldest weather settles in in many parts of the country, it’s time to start thinking about style choices for him that will genuinely keep him warm. But of course it’s more confusing than that. In winter climates, most buildings and offices crank up the heat during the winter months.
Fall weather is coming – or in some cases is already here. That means that he’s making adjustments to his look and his wardrobe if for no other reason than to keep warm (and, no, we don’t mean pulling out his “fall look” team football or hockey jerseys or sweaters). One of the most
Fall is officially here, and that means making some changes to his wardrobe. While it’s no secret that we adore bright colors in the Jan Leslie design offices, autumn is a time when it’s often best to tone down the brights and embrace a warmer color palette. So what colors should you embrace this fall?