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Gift Guide
36 gift ideas for the stylish man

12 Guys of Christmas: The Dapper Man

Nothing sets the teeth to rattling like the task of gift buying for a style zealot (except maybe an in-law's icy glare). Rolled or cuffed? four-in-hand or windsor? Double breasted or single? Brown or black? Personal style is, well, personal; a faux pas can have lasting consequences. That's why we're throwing

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Alexander Olch Check Wool Twill Pocket Round

Men's accessory master Alexander Olch has stepped out of the box with a woven "in-the-round" wool-twill pocket companion ($60). It'll even spruce up drab winter attire and transition to spring if you're the type to live dangerously by taunting the sun in a blazer. More importantly, origami skills aren't required. In fact for best results, a certain sloppy swagger is desired. Just pinch from the middle and tuck it into your blazer. Matchey mates will want to grab this companion tie, too.

Gift Guide
36 gift ideas for the stylish man

12 Guys of Christmas: The Dapper Man

Nothing sets the teeth to rattling like the task of gift buying for a style zealot (except maybe an in-law's icy glare). Rolled or cuffed? four-in-hand or windsor? Double breasted or single? Brown or black? Personal style is, well, personal; a faux pas can have lasting consequences. That's why we're throwing

Style Pick: MS&Co. Silk Knit Pocket Squares

You've managed to get a silk knit tie into your wardrobe, but how about that pocket square? If you're still relying on razor-edged whites, and just can't muster up the courage for paisley, consider MS&Co's dashing new silk knit pocket square.

Style Pick: Izola Handkerchief Sets

Scoff all you want at the dandy-esque ways of the handkerchief carrier -- that is, until the fair lady between the two of you at the bar accidentally spills her drink and all you’ve got is a paper napkin. Make no

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The Hill-Side | Ties, Pocket Squares, Handkerchiefs

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Between your new love of vintage style and the goods that you own, there lies a gap. Perhaps. Perhaps that gap is between the highly structured ties of your college/job interview days and the style of tie befitting of your weekender