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Mad Menswear

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If you didn't know already, the critically acclaimed series Mad Men is back for it's second season on AMC with sixteen Emmy nominations under it's Brooks Brothers' belt.

Whether you're interviewing for a new job or running a Fortune 500 company, dashing men everywhere can spruce up their work wardrobes and dress just as sharp as those sixties bad boy ad execs at Sterling Cooper, with just a few key accessories...

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1. For starters, top off your Mad Menswear look with a sleek Foldaway Fedora from Menshats.com. It's old school chic, and if you're a Mad Man on-the-go, you can roll it up and carry it away in it's very own crested cardboard tube during the train ride home. One of the best inventions since sliced bread if you ask me.

2. You'll fit right in with Madison Avenue's finest with this schnazzy Wall Street Tie. Or if you're more of a bowtie man, this White Tiger Bowtie will surely make a statement when you follow your animal instincts at that next board meeting. Rawrr.

3. You lost a client and your mistress in the same day, that doesn't mean you can't have a little fun with your wardrobe. Exhibit a fine sense of humor while keeping those cuffs closed with a pair of novelty cufflinks from Belisi. Luck be a lady tonight with these Ace of Spade and Casino Cufflinks that scream out Vegas baby, Vegas.

4. For the finishing touch, add a touch of class with a set of 3 Irish Linen Handkerchiefs that will take your pinstriped suit from drab to debonair. Plus, you can whip it out the next time you make your poor secretary cry.

P.S. Don't forget to save the little woman at home from having to iron those crisp white dress shirts to perfection with some No Iron Dress Shirts.

It's a Mad Men's world out there, embrace the madness.

Comments (2)

Matt:

Solid work

Dean:

Nice to finally locate a site where the blogger is knowledgeable.

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Sammy Sanchez is a Miami based freelance writer, greeting card designer, and self-professed USWeeklyholic. Sammy loves tall coffee light frappuccinos, vino not from a box, and Mark Ruffalo...not necessarily in that order.
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