A Sartorial End of Summer

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This summer has been filled with some legendary memories. From unique style experiences to gluttonous meals, this summer on Greg’s Style Guide has been a fun one. To close it all out, let us take a look at one last bit of sartorial steez.

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Scrolling through the blog posts from the summer, I am reminded of how impactful it was on my life. The Havana, Cuba Travel Series was by far the highlight of it all. Visiting a majestic city like that full of wonder and color was truly one of my favorite lifelong memories. Furthermore, the countless connections I made through The Dapper Hour social events, delicious food brands, and men’s style experiences, shows how far along the blog has come in adding to the journey of redefining men's style.

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Outfit Details

  • Suitsupply Washington Fit Navy Linen Blazer
  • H&M Linen Vest
  • Pierre Cardin Red Silk Tie
  • Light Blue Spread Collar Modern Tailor Shirt
  • Brown Leather Lapel Spot Pin
  • H&M Pocket Square
  • Daniel Wellington Classic 40MM Bristol Watch
  • Zara Navy Spotted Pants
  • Allen Edmonds Grayson Loafers

Let's change gears a bit and delve into this look. This outfit serves as a bridge between summer and fall. The mix of summer staples like loafers, and linen with the layering of the vest is why this look is ideal for this end of summer vibe.

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One major take back from the summer is the sheer amount of gluttony that went down. I think I may have reached master levels of conspicuous consumption with the cocktail recipes, or even that huge Flamenco Burger I had at Tapa Toro. Things got very messy, and I mean that in the best of ways.

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This summer was a good one, that’s for sure. It is important to take time to be thankful for those “moment of a lifetime” experiences, I think mainly because they can be so unique in their own way. But in the middle of my momentary reflection I look forward to what the rest of this year has in store for Greg’s Style Guide.

With love,

Greg McGregorson