Your aunt/cousin/brother-in-law has somehow received word that you enjoy clothing. And gifted you a gift from a reputable dealer of menswear that is unfortunately too small/too large/makes no sense in your life.
Sure, there might still be snow on the ground now, but by next week it will be March—and just slightly warmer.
And the week after that... just slightly warmer, even.
And the week after that... still March. But from here on out, it can only get more spring-like with each new day.
As near as we can tell, there’s some kind of unstoppable, nefarious force at work that’s been trying, and succeeding, to grandfather in the use of “blazer” to refer to what are actually sport coats. But unlike the spineless wordsmen at Oxford English Dictionary, who caved and accepted the definition of “literally” that actually means “figuratively,” you shouldn’t stand for it.
Put simply: not all blazers are blazers.
For being a historically well-dressed bunch, it seems that spies in films are always toting around a lot of impractical pseudo-gadgetry—bow tie cameras, shoe phones, et cetera.
So we were pleasantly surprised to hear that the most important gadgets worn in the upcoming espionage flick Kingsman: The Secret Service will be actual, honest-to-God wristwatches made by Bremont.