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A +2 Clothing Article

Photo credit: Naomi Koliba at N.K. Photo During this incredibly long Vermont past winter, my diet consisted mostly of pasta, cake, pasta, candy, and more pasta. By the time Memorial Day came around, I was officially sick (both literally and metaphorically) of the sugar and carb-filled diet that essentially wreaked havoc on my body. With beach…


Craftsmanship + Love: A Plus 2 Clothing Dunk

From the moment I slid the soft hoody over my head I knew it was different. You just know when the fabric feels of a higher quality—when you can actually feel the attention to detail. That’s how this hoody felt, yet, without the heavy hoody feeling that most often present. Nothing’s worse than an over-sized,…


Meet the Tall Gents: tHoS Contributor Chris Veal

Our newest addition to the men’s team is the engaging and whipsmart Chris Veal, straight from the snowy (and as I hear in live weather reports from my family, still shockingly chilly) Burlington, Vermont. Chris became part of tHoS family through our own Adam DeMasi, with whom he shares a house and a vertical vantage. Fresh out of…


No More Shoe Blues With These Blue Shoes c/o Allen Edmonds

With my size 15D feet (16 in a sneaker), walking into a shoe store and seeing all the great styles not available to me is akin to being a diabetic in candy shop. It used to make me angry. Once, at a big & tall specialty store in Manhattan, I was actually told by the…


The Next-to-Custom Dress Shoe: An Allen Edmonds Review

For me, dress shoes have always been sort of an afterthought. An add-on. Picture me at a local suit shop. After spending an hour or more looking for something to fit my big 6’8” frame—be it for the junior prom, a football team banquet, a job interview, or most recently, my wedding to HoS founder Kacy…


The Even Nicer Nice Shoe: An Allen Edmonds Review

My very first pair of “nice” dress shoes were for my bar mitzvah and they were Allen Edmonds shoes. I didn’t know the brand at the time—I was a wee pre-teen—but even then I thought they were sleek. Cool. I was barely just starting to think about how attire spoke about you as a person, but I had…