This week's guest blogger is someone who is better known to my dear readers as "hubs." Yes, it's my dear husband Anthony. He's a great sport, going along with my shenanigans and traveling all over the country on quests for vintage jewelry.
This photo was taken the day before we got married on the Amalfi Coast in Italy. I love it because it's SO Anthony...his shades, white undershirt, and the peace sign!
I can't wait to get your feedback on his below article. :)
Be sure to check back tomorrow because hubs has designed a great give-away that you're going to love. It's the same color as spa bathroom in the luxury model home he has for sale in Loudenville, NY.
Sometimes good, often times bad, and sometimes indifferent, I have a live-in stylist. She has an opinion about my clothing, sunglasses, hair style, and pretty much everything else related to my appearance.
I'm a guy who doesn't invest a whole lot of time on my appearance, but I like nice Italian shoes and leather jackets. So I consider myself a pretty snazzy dresser. My stylist would agree - sometimes.
It's those other times, where we disagree, that I'd like the opinion of others. Below are the three most controversial items that my stylist has deemed fashion "don'ts." Please let me know where you come out on these.
Motorcycle sunglasses - Ok, so she bought me a great pair of Ray Bans that I normally wear, but sometimes I can't find them and I put on an old pair of shades like these. They're functional wrap-arounds. My stylist thinks they're corny.
Painter-style denim - I go for comfort when I'm on a construction job-site. I don't want to be wearing a suit or my Lucky jeans in those dirty environments. So I wear baggy painter-style jeans. The stylist thinks they're dated and make my legs look chopped off and short.
Black leather, no-lace sneakers - This might be the item of most contention. I find them simple, classic, and comfortable. She hates them!
Readers, help me out here and help us to break this stalemate. What do you think?