Lands’ End Polo Shirt – A future addition to my shirt rotation.

I was skeptical when Lands’ End sent me one of their shirts to review. They said it was their best polo shirt ever and I thought, “we’ll see about that.” At that price point how can they possibly make a shirt that fits well and survives wash cycles without the collar curling (one of their … More Lands’ End Polo Shirt – A future addition to my shirt rotation.

Cardigans and the Charge of the Light Brigade.

I keep hearing that the cardigan is making a comeback. When was it ever gone? For some unknown reason the most comfortable of “sweaters” every once and a while takes a beating because some fashion icon has decided to administer last rites. Interestingly the ongoing debate on the cardigan seems very much in tune with … More Cardigans and the Charge of the Light Brigade.

In the Navy…

The Duffle coat can trace its origin to the Belgian town of Duffel, where warm woolen clothing was manufactured to stave off the winter chill. The coat itself, which was adopted by the British Navy and most famously by Field Viscount Montogmery (from hence the coat’s nickname – the “Monty”), is made of heavy wool … More In the Navy…