Eyes and Men’s Fashion

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  • 3 ways to fold your pocket square

    April 24, 2020 by

    Now that you might consider wearing a pocket square (here is a few reason’s why you should), let’s look at my top 3 most used folds and when to choose them. Fold #1: The TV fold/Presidential fold The most simple fold that works to add to your outfit without going over the top. Honestly, you… Read more

  • Transition lenses Review: Doctor Perspective

    April 13, 2020 by

    DISCLAIMER – I have been using transition lenses for over 30 days. Below are just my thoughts with my doctor cap on, by no means does this mean everyone should agree/disagree with these statements. How often do you hear your eye doctor tell you about the importance of protecting your eyes from harmful UV light?… Read more

  • Square Up

    April 3, 2020 by

    “The pocket square, properly contrived, finishes a man’s look.” Roger Stone. Over the past few years, you will rarely find me wearing a blazer without 1 essential accessory, the classic Pocket Square. Quick History Lesson…. The origin of the pocket square has been debated many times over. Many say King Richard II from England is… Read more

  • Time to Spring Forward

    March 13, 2020 by

    “Style is something each of us already has, all we need to do is find it.” Diane von Furstenberg With the time change being my yearly indicator spring is here (or around the corner), it’s time to shuffle up a few things in my clinic wardrobe. Can’t I just bust out my Fall outfit ideas?… Read more

  • Start of the new year straight

    January 10, 2020 by

    Shoes transform your body language and attitude. They lift you physically and emotionally. — Christian Louboutin For the first post of 2020, I’m starting all the way from the bottom, literally. Full disclosure, I haven’t kept my footwear as a priority when picking and choosing articles of clothing to purchase. They always seemed to be… Read more

  • Early Bird or a Night Owl?

    December 6, 2019 by

    Wake up. Kick ass. Repeat. Peak productivity time’s are different for every person. Some people like to wake up early and get the most important tasks done first. Other’s work best when the sun is down, and the distractions are off. Everyone has their reasons for why they choose which times work better for them.… Read more

  • It’s Cuffing season…. or is it?

    November 22, 2019 by

    “the period of autumn and winter, when single people are considered likely to seek settled relationships rather than engage in casual affairs” Collin’s Dictionary Oops, was that a catfish? Probably. But I will answer the question at the end, till then, let’s talk cufflinks! What are cufflinks? Not to bore you with the detailed history,… Read more

  • TGIF! (FALL edition)

    October 11, 2019 by

    Friday is basically the start of the weekend right? So why not start dressing in between the weekday and the weekend vibe? Casual Friday’s are the way to go! If your workplace allows it, changing up your look for Friday’s makes you more comfortable and gives your exam room/office more of a relaxed vibe, just… Read more

  • The Hardest step… [DONE].

    September 5, 2019 by

    Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. The hardest step in creating something is the first one, just starting. Sometimes you have an idea, and you always say I would like to try that some day, or that would be awesome to do. Occasionally, it even goes as far as thinking of… Read more

  • Transition lens Review: Patient perspective

    May 8, 2020 by

    How many times has your eye doctor told you about protecting your eyes from harmful UV rays? Oh wait, I do that! I decided to take my own advice and try out transition lenses since I do recommend them to some of my patients. Taking my doctor cap off, here are my thoughts after using… Read more

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