Menswear Monthly #2, A weekend in New York

Hello from New York! I’m traveling with a fashionable friend, so I decided to take advantage of that for today’s blog post. Here are some of his outfits from our trip:


Packing for a weekend in New York

On Wednesday afternoon, I’m leaving for four days in New York City. Some of my friends are going to a conference in Manhattan, and my friend and I are going to tag along and hang out at the Met while they all work. So here’s a preview of what next week’s “My weekend in New York City” post will look like!

7 last-minute costumes for people who are bad at Halloween

Halloween is in ten days. Which means next weekend is the weekend of costume parties. Some of you might even be going to costume parties tonight or tomorrow night. If that’s the case, and you came to this blog for salvation, you need to get it together. But also, I totally get it, just skip to the end of the post. If you have a week to prepare, and you’re starting to panic, I’m here for you. Here are 7 last-minute costume suggestions.

There’s nothing like autumn in the country

I always love Massachusetts, but there’s honestly no time of year that I love it more than I do in the fall. This weekend I went to visit a friend who lives in rural western Massachusetts. On a normal visit, we spend most of the time eating Taco Bell and rewatching the One Direction movie, but this past weekend we decided to actually leave the house and enjoy the quaintness of New England in autumn.

Columbus Day Cultural Appropriation

In honor of Columbus Day (unfortunately Massachusetts still hasn’t changed it to Indigenous Peoples’ Day) I decided to do a quick post on cultural appropriation. As a white person, I think it’s really important for me to be using any influence I have to bring attention to this and other racial issues, but I’m definitely not the best person to actually speak on the topic, so let’s start by hearing what Amandla Stenberg had to say about it