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Bill’s Khakis Baseball Glove Leather Belt

  It had been awhile since I had made my way to the Bill’s Khakis corner of the internet before I strode over there on a whim yesterday. What I found nearly left me in disbelief. Alongside the brand’s signature … Continue reading

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How to Dress for: Pumpkin Picking

It’s October. Halloween is near. Going to Starbucks and ordering a PSL isn’t enough. That’s not going to cut it. You need a pumpkin. A properly carved jack-o-lantern. That means you’re going to need to head out to the pumpkin … Continue reading

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How to Dress for: A St. Louis Cardinals Game

Way back in 2012 I ran a feature on how to dress for a baseball game on the Great Lakes. Since then I’ve had requests to explore more teams, which makes sense since only about half the teams in the … Continue reading

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Prep Work: Seersucker Pants

Seersucker season is officially in, as evidenced by Georgetown coach John Thompson III who showed up to last night’s Pacer’s game clad in the summer fabric.  It’s a shame the window to wear seersucker is so small so let’s not … Continue reading

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How to Dress for: St. Patrick’s Day

My ancestors come primarily from Germany and Switzerland but every March 17 I’m Irish.  I’ll be out at the local pub (Fiddler’s Hearth in South Bend) eating a boxty and drinking Guinness and I’ll most certainly be wearing green.  Don’t … Continue reading

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How to Dress for: The Dayton-Xavier Game

The Dayton Flyers and Xavier Musketeers have been doing battle since February 20, 1920 when Dayton won a low-scoring 24-18 game.  The two Catholic universities, both located in Ohio only about 50 miles apart have been playing at least once, … Continue reading

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How to Dress for: The Northern Illinois-Toledo Game

It’s hard to imagine the college football regular season is nearly finished.  The How to Dress for Gameday posts started all the way back on August 29 and with one or two posts every week nearly every FBS team in … Continue reading

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How to Dress for: The Hoosier Helmet Game

I couldn’t pass up an opportunity to include my alma mater in the How to Dress for football series.  While the rivalry is most intense on the hardwood, Butler and Valparaiso have been going at it on the gridiron since … Continue reading

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How to Dress for: The Battle for the Bell (Marshall vs. Ohio)

The Battle for the Bell dates back to 1905, when the Marshall Thundering Herd and the Ohio Bobcats, located merely 80 or so miles apart, met in Huntington, West Virginia.  Marshall clawed out a 6-5 victory in that meeting.  The … Continue reading

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How to Dress for: The 4th of July

You can go either one of two routes when dressing for the 4th of July.  The first option is in your face American flag tank tops, shorts and whatever else you may find.  The second is much more subtle, and … Continue reading

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