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Nick Graham Shirt and Tie (c/o) / Eastland Boots (c/o) / J.Crew Factory Jeans and Belt (Old, similar here) / Swiss Legend Watch

Can we give it up for Mitch for a moment here? Sometimes, I really, really don’t want to take outfit photos. And my amazing husband volunteers to trade places with me–just so I can spend a day in my favorite sweatshirt and pair of jeans. I certainly found myself a keeper, huh? ;)

While I love getting a little break from dressing “up” (I know… #hardlife), I also love that on these occasions, Mitch gets to partner with some fun brands for a change. I’m ridiculously appreciative for the opportunities that have been presented to me as a result of having this blog, but it’s definitely nice to be able to share once in a while, you know? I normally “share” with family, friends, (past) students, and local charities, but it’s especially fun to include Mitch… as he’s my absolute fave. ;)


Anyway. Today, Mitch is sporting a navy gingham shirt and silk dog-print tie (in honor of Noods) from Nick Graham, a brand that we both just discovered. How gorgeous is the company’s showroom, by the way? It’s in Bryant Park in New York City (sigh… happy memories), and is basically my idea of happiness in a workplace. Hey Blair, can we get on this?! ;)


But back to the brand! By combining classic British menswear with American “post-prep styling,” the company–founded by the creator of Joe Boxer–has developed a menswear line that’s all about tradition, attitude and “pure fun.” (And affordability! The shirt, which looks great for the office or after work, costs only $69… and the 100-percent silk tie is priced at $59. Not bad!)

I love it; Mitch loves it. Thank you, Nick Graham!

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