Well it's been a while since I've put anything to read on the blog. In truth, I'm pretty much abandoning this whole "project" right now. You can even see that the URL is back to Many things around me have changed. I am this super busy guy, pretty much like the kid that bit off more than he can chew. Ooh honey I'm chewing that chunk like it's no one's business right now. In any case, it's just been difficult for me to keep posting on the blog. So I am leaving it dormant for a little while.

Having said that, I do have some hope for a new blog...I did change and that includes my sartorial choices. I am just not in love with wearing much colour anymore. I have written posts about my love affair with the idea of uniformity and simplicity and maybe this is the overt minimalist coming out in me. Essentially, I have started buying and wearing clothes in five colours: Black, White, Gray, Camel and Navy. I guess if you're a douche bag you can say it's two colours but I'll still say five. I'm not sure whether this is going to work or not but I am staying hopeful.

Of course with this kind of theme, things will be slightly different. I'm taking content into an even more editorial route, with lots of write-ups involving historical and social commentary on the aforementioned colours. It'll stay fun with a few shopping guides, editorial posts and the usual outfit post. But for now, I'm just trying to see whether I can live with these colours in my wardrobe.

Expect the first few posts to be about culling and building a wardrobe.


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