Editor’s note: Expect these posts once a week on Fridays — consider this a jumpstart on reading for your weekend downtime. Expect a mix of style content and …. non-style (?) content.
During the course of my day job, I read a lot — quite a lot. Mainly, I scour lots of fashion & style sites to stay on top of trend stories, news and client coverage. I also can’t get enough of the written word in my free time — books, newspaper and magazine articles, long-form stories, anything and everything — it’s all fair game. With that being said, here a few noteworthy stories that caught my eye this week.
- With the iconic golf tournament upon us, GQ offers up a slideshow recapping what they call the most stylish day ever — Sunday at the 1974 Masters.
- The great team at Bespoke Post takes you through everything you need to know about picking up a great pair of blue jeans (truly a style essential).
- The newly launched New York Times’ Men’s Style section examines a recent resurgence in stylish gold timepieces (for some less pricey options head here).
- Long Read of the Week: Writer Adam Weymouth offers a fascinating account of his 3,500-mile journey — on foot — from England to Istanbul for the great site Narratively.
That’s all for now — check back tomorrow for a new Style Pick of the Week (and catch up on past entries here).
What’s on your reading list this weekend?