I’m getting my weekend reading out a little late today. Actually, this is sort of like the third of a four-day weekend for me. Both kids were off on Thursday and Friday for teacher events, so I’ve been on “dad duty” for the last seventy-two hours. Getting a few hours this morning to work on some writing is a much-welcomed break. Yes, I’m writing this on Saturday morning. Don’t get me wrong, I love my kids, but everyone needs their own time too. I usually get that at either 5:30 am when I’m working out or at 8:00 pm after the kids go to bed. So, I’m always thankful when someone else jumps in for a few hours.
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1. U2 is one of my favorite bands. I personally consider them the Rolling Stones of my generation. “The Joshua Tree” and “Achtung Baby” are two of their best albums, but which one is better?
2. I just restocked for spring and summer, have you?
3. The shirt-tucking struggle is real, my friends.
4. I finally finished reading Dressing the Man. It’s a must read for anyone looking to understand how to dress for your body, personality, and occupation.
7. Do your safety razors have some soap scum and corrosion like a few of mine? Better check out this post on Sharpologist.
8. This linen shirt is on my short list for summer!
9. I know I’m a little late to post Oscar red carpet looks, but Rogues & Brogues put together such a nice breakdown, I had to share it.
10. I love the subtle pattern in this Italian fabric suit from Bonobos.
11. The best part of “Kingsman: The Secret Service” was the clothes (the movie was pretty good too). The most creative part was building a clothing line around those clothes. The worst part about that clothing line is the price. Thankfully, Primer is able to provide some more affordable options.