My New Hair Fashionista: Antonio Delgado

The finished product. Hombre es muy guapo!!!

The finished product. Hombre es muy guapo!!!

It’s been 45 days since my last haircut in the U.S. For me, that’s a long time.

Today, 6,000 miles from home, I found a new hair cut guy. He works from a bamboo shack, and his name is Antonio Delgado from Puerto Lopez, Ecuador.

All that style for only $5!

And I must say now, I’m too sexy for my hair!

Pocket Squares – The Elusive Perfection

An as-usual sophisticated post by a blogging buddy to the North. He’s answered one of my long-sought questions on pocket square style.

Project 40

This post is for you my amigo senor Steve Watkins who wanted to know more about folding pocket squares. Here you go buddy,  I hope you are enjoying your Ecuadorian adventure.

I love this picture. Perfect dimple, perfect pocket square.
I love this picture. Perfect dimple, perfect pocket square.

  • Let me start out first by saying, the four folds discussed in the video above are the only folds I like. I’ve tried all of them, they’re very easy to fold and I think the video does a great job explaining how to do it. I’m not a fan of the really fancy folds I sometimes see men sporting. Keep it simple I say.

My favorite fold is the Traditional, worn very well by style icon Nick Wooster.
My favorite fold is the Traditional, worn very well by style icon Nick Wooster.

  • As a general rule your pocket square should compliment your shirt and tie. But it should never be an exact match to your tie. Never, ever. Never. Ever.

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The pocket square compliments the shirt…

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Gotta Have the Jacket…

Came across this photo from a fellow blogger.

Yes, this is a man with self-assurance.

I must have the jacket. If anyone comes across this stylish masterpiece, please tell me where I can get it!

See the original post (and a much better quality of the photo) from Project 40 here: http://wp.me/1Y20X

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