Vegas Pt. 2

So what do you bring to Vegas if you plan on laying poolside all day? With the weather hotter than NYC, I decided to bring lightweight clothes that I can change out of by the pool, but still feel relaxed in, while walking back and forth through the hotel. Although Vegas isn’t humid, you still want to dress loose and relaxed as every hotel has climate controlled temps inside.

 Staying at the Aria hotel, hanging out by the pool is an experience in itself. If you want to sun bathe all day, get there at 9am to get a good seat or cabana. With several pools to choose from, we decided to camp out at SKY POOL. It’s $50 a person to get into that pool area, but the chairs, cabanas, and service were that much better.


When not swimming like Nemo or Michael Phelps, you would find me eating, reading a book, or working on my tan. What I most enjoyed about the pool area was the in house music being played, great mix that didn’t just play EDM all day.


Should you visit, there is another pool area that has a club like atmosphere called Liquid. Picture any MTV party you’ve seen on TV, and that’s what you’ll see there.

More on this trip, visit

Planning your next vacation? What are thinking of bringing?

Outfit / Shop the look:

Top: H&M

Bottom: American Eagle Outfitters

Shoes: Ferragamo

Timepiece: Fossil

Eyewear: Persol, Salt Eyewear

2013 ESPY awards



Men’s fashion at the 2013 ESPY awards were definitely on target. Take a look at these examples from last night.

Top: John Wall, Demarcus Cousins, Johnny Manziel, & Colin Kaepernick

Middle: Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians, Jon Haam, Eli Manning

Bottom: LeBron James and wife, Savannah

Three the hard way




Whether your wardrobe is either modern or traditional, the proper tailoring will always make you look your best.

Starting Early


It’s never to early to show the world you have style.

Food Truck rally fashion



Father w/ style



Camel & Shades