Hello All! I am deeply sorry for the year long delay in posts, but being a fashion blogger is both physically and mentally exhausting. I sometimes have to dig into the depths of my soul to try to find where fashion is going, but when that doesn’t pan out I take a trip to the one place I can count on to point me in the right direction. Abilene, Texas. My time in Abilene lasted a little over a year, but has felt like a week. My senses have been awoken and I truly feel like I can serve you, the audience, with some of the freshest fashions for men 30 to 70. So without further or do, let’s get started!
THE ONE PIECE!
Guyz, you can’t go one minute in Hollywood this day and age without seeing a ONE PIECE, but where did it come from?! I’m glad you asked. The One Piece, being one of the most prestigious forms of formal wear in the clubbing world for almost 3 weeks now, has a deep history that represents freedom from oppression and enslavement.
These four good looking men aren’t just models, they are the founding members of the $49 Dollar League. A group of freedom fighters that started the revolution against having to wear pants on the golf course. These brave men toured the courses of the world led by their leader Dr. Hergen Boiler (Man on the far right) wearing no pants. Oh what a struggle it was. Some days the course was too cold that not wearing any pants led to artery complication in the lower thigh region of Norman Foldman (Man on the far left). They group had to think of something quick or Norman would have to have pants air lifted to him and the fight would be lost. The quick thinking Boiler quickly took all of the mens’ shirts and sewed together a design that just had to be slipped on and covered the entire body down onto the knees. Foldman survived the incident and has been quoted giving all the credit to the “Un Nozina” which in Italian is translated to “The One Piece”.
No one knows why Foldman said that in Italian as he is an American Citizen and speaks fluent English, but one thing was for sure….The one piece would forever be a sign of freedom and love for every golfer everywhere.