Best new arrivals for men this week, August 19, 2022

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My journey is coming to an end. For the past few months, I’ve been explaining the renovations to my house, from what started it all to choosing the paint color for my walls. I had a few loose ends last week, but starting today, I can finally close the book by becoming Bob Vila. I’ve been through a number of projects throughout my life – some long, some short, some rewarding and some less so. But this most recent endeavor has changed his life. It was an experience like no other, one that pushed me, one that taught me lessons I didn’t know I needed, one that made me better, no doubt.

I firmly believe that no matter how old you are, no matter what your experience, there is always room for growth. This sentiment certainly applies to your personal style. For over a year, I’ve touted the virtues of looking outside your limits and trying something different. Follow the prescribed rules if you must, but also leave room for experimentation. Don’t be afraid to covet jewelry, like the new Lock bracelet from Tiffany & Co. Don’t be afraid to wear shorts, especially this one from Tracksmith and Puma. Fear not the floral embroideries on loafers from Noah and Minnetonka, or the chic, yes, chic saddle bag from Christian Dior.

As one of the style gurus here at Squire, I’ve done my best to bring you, dear reader, the best of the best in fashion and grooming, all that will help you on your own personal or professional growth journey. And with this entry, my final home that Esky has built, I encourage you to keep trying, to keep learning. I’m sure the hell did.

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Tiffany Padlock Bangle in Yellow Gold

Crossbody bag ‘Christian Dior 1947’

‘Star Wars’ II Collection (4-Pack)

Authentic Customs Sneaker

Rowing Blazers x 19th hole

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