by Muffy Aldrich — The Daily Prep
I am often asked for my thoughts on a variety of sartorial items and combinations for males. (At least some of the time they do not really want my opinion, just the amusement that comes from watching the intensity with which I answer - i.e. “Look Muffy, I got new black socks. What do you think?”)
As always, I am not speaking for women in general, only myself. And if you milk cows, haul lobster traps, lead month-long hiking trips or simply don’t care, this list does not apply to you. This is aimed at males who do care and are looking for one more female opinion.
Given that, here are some (admittedly random) examples of responses that I have given over the last couple of months on things for men to consider avoiding:
1. Being a walking advertisement for any one company: (i.e. L.L. Bean Field Coat; Norwegian Sweater; Bean Boots. Two at most).