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Pullover Contrast Interior Trim Short Sleeve Sport Shirt

Pullover Contrast Interior Trim Short Sleeve Sport Shirt

Three Styles That Help You Stand Out    No. 1: The New Slim, Trim Double-Breasted    • If you want a double-breasted suit to look modern—and not like something from a gangster flick—keep it short and trim. And avoid Dick Tracy-grade shoulder pads, too.    • Keep the jacket buttoned (including the interior button). It doesn't hang well when undone.    • And unlike with single-breasted suits, go for a higher-cut six-button suit instead of a low-slung four-button model.

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Three Styles That Help You Stand Out continued: And unlike with single-breasted suits, unless you want to look like a singer in the R band, go for a higher-cut six-button suit instead of a low-slung four-button model. Photo: Kai Z Feng

forever*cottage: Spring Curb Appeal.....

A bright splash of color on your home's front door is a great way to add interest to a traditional cedar shake and white Hamptons color scheme. Repeat the theme on the garage with carriage house style garage doors with a crossbuck pattern and windows.

Barn wood cabinets, but add a concrete counter top, farm sink and an old fashioned sink nozzle

A little barnwood kitchen cabinets and corrugated steel backsplash. Love how rustic and homey it is. Only thing I would change are the counter tops!

via Tumblr, Farmhouse Mudrooms via House of Hargrove  Beautiful inspirational photos with tons of ideas.

Farmhouse Mudrooms

Lake House by Crisp Architects mudroom entry - mud room - like the narrow bench to allow room for wall space by the door to include the small console table and framed art

DIY Joe Fresh Black Trim Triangl Bikini - Tutorial

DIY Joe Fresh Black Trim Triangl Bikini - Tutorial man this looks so easy to do and looks so real xx

Jim Moore, GQ Creative Director's September Pick #Nordstrom #GQSelects layers bundled

Marc Anthony F/W 2013 Campaign Canali F/W 2013 Men's Style Inspiration Jim Moore, GQ Creative Director's September Pick

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