Queen Polka Dots and Lord of the Tailor

‘To me, clothing is a form of self-expression – there are hints about who you are in what you wear.’ – Marc Jacobs
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As many of my friends and family will tell you, I am a very stylish individual, however, I am not conventional in my fashion choices. I take on the challenge of being unique and different, daring to wear things other men might not. I am not afraid, nor do I feel confined to any limits set by the fashion world.
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I am a good boy…but I break the rules.

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Not so much a ground-breaking look, but, after a quick run into the thrift store, I couldn’t pass up that polka-dotted beauty. It was love at first sight…almost. Well, love-after-trying-it-on-a-few-times-while-checking-myself-in-the-mirror and convincing myself I needed it in my life. Honestly, how often do you come across designer clothes at the thrift? Don’t answer that. Believe it or not, it’s way more common than you would think – but, that’s beside the point. Nonetheless, it was a done deal and I bought it. Also, I found this really nice leather clutch I desperately needed as well so I bought it too.

I am starting to think I have a serious addiction to retail. Oh, well, there are worse things I could be doing.

Glasses: Kenneth Cole; Shirt: Lord and Taylor; Bracelets: Call It Spring; Watch: Invicta; Shoes: Target; Pants: Recycled – See my entry: Tea Time With Alice

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