Without a doubt, every gentleman is going to require a modicum of good, reliable advice from time to time. Granted, here at The Gentlemen’s Standard, we cannot claim to have all the answers, but we feel this section is a good starting point. Hopefully, over the lifespan of this site, we will try to address as many burning issues as we can. And if we have not hit all the points, please feel free to send some hints of your own to email@example.com, we could all stand to learn collaboratively from one another.
Great information Glenn. I have read your blog for quite awhile. I live in Austin, Texas and everytime I see your site it makes me feel cool and daper.
Keep up the good work.
Thank you Mr. Steven, glad you enjoy the reading.
Mr. Palmer, I feel privileged to have visited your website. This is an amazing collection of articles and tips for the urban gentleman. I particularly like the section entitled, ‘The Standard”, for it is not only necessary to dress the part, but act the part as well.
Thank you SO very much for checking out my site. I really try to deliver content that is meaningful and enjoyable to read. Thank you so much again for reading.
Mr. Palmer, Sincerely this an outstanding page. I believe we should inspire each other to be Gentleman..
Thank you for dropping in. I am so blessed to have a message to reaches many people.
Glen…like the tip about the vinegar….I did not know that. I live in Philly and typically won’t wear my leather bottom shoes in the bad weather for the very reason you mentioned. It’s cold here but dry and yesterday I did sport my Allen Edmonds distressed leather McTavish’s.
Yeah, here in Michigan, I usually wait to break out my good shoes – unless I have to wear them. Our roads can get really nasty. But being on the East Coast, you know that well.
I absolutely love this. Although I’m a lady I appreciate the fact that this info is avaliable for men!
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