UPTOWN Gentleman: Earn Your Stripes


Striped Sweater - BurberryToday’s object of sartorial affection: the seriously striped sweater. Granted, this week’s style endorsement probably won’t persuade every gentleman to raid their local men’s store in a frantic bid to stock up. And granted, perhaps, this week’s endorsement is not appropriately suited for everyone, as horizontal stripes may not flatter men of a certain robust size. Nevertheless, the striped sweater has become quite the sophisticated sweater for gentlemen in recent wintry years. And to be sure, a striped sweater undoubtedly conveys a bold statement that distinguishes it from the standard pack of plain knitwear that usually occupies the shelves this time of year. So, if you are looking for a stylish change of pace, read a little further for a few ideas.

Okay, striped sweaters can be tricky. But, perhaps, you are looking to try something different. So, if this is the case, check out my newest entry for UPTOWN Gentleman HERE; a striped knit just might be in your future.

3 responses

  1. That Freddy Kruger esk sweater speaks to me. Thanks for the post. You need your own magazine e zine something on a monthly basis.

  2. A book is a good look. Let me know I shall support seriously. I need my copy autographed. Speaking of books check out The Black Count: Glory, Revolution, Betrayal, and the Real Count of Monte Cristo [Deckle Edge] [Hardcover]
    Tom Reiss

    and

    Black Ice: The Lost History of the Colored Hockey League of the Maritimes, 1895-1925 [Paperback]
    George Fosty

    Not trying to spam. These are two books I just picked up, they are quality and well worth the read. We not just doing basketball, tennis and golf. We snowboarding now as well. We on hockey as well.

    This is just a link to black snowboarders. This was passed on to me. I’m sending on this knowledge

    http://www.yobeat.com/2009/01/19/happy-birthday-mlk/

    Be Blessed my dapper brother in arms

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