Monthly Archives: April 2010

Details – MAWOI in the Field

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Off the Hanger: Mountain Wedding

Headed to a casual spring wedding in the hills soon. Always poses a bit of a look conundrum, need to stay warm, look nice enough but not necessarily like a gentleman on safari. Shirt – Levis Western Chambray Jacket – Penfield Gibson Pants – Ralph Lauren Cotton-Linen D-Ring Belt – Folk Buckley Belt Tie – [...]
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Jean Pagliuso – Poultry Suite

Jean Pagliuso – Poultry Suite, here.
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Off the Hanger: Spring Women’s Picks

Few ideas for a co-worker: Shades – Ray Ban Caravan Shirt – Levis 2 Pocket Work Shirt Jacket – J.Crew Fatigue Jeans – Levis Boyfriend Belt – Levis Heritage Pack – Penfield Idlewood Necklace – Nut Lei Sandals – Birkenstock Gizeh
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New Build

Finally got around to building up the Raleigh single speed cyclocross frame I purchased last year. Seems like it would be a dandy production model, but that’s just me I guess. The build definitely added a new set of skills to the life toolbox, mostly think more, wrench less.
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Signal Cycles

Dead solid, all around. Signal Cycles.
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How to: Concrete counter

After living with a plywood kitchen counter for far too long, I finally tackled this project. Lots of resources out there, but all roads lead back to Fu Tung-Cheng. All in all it’s a pretty straightforward process, build a mold (don’t forget it’s a mirror image!), mix the concrete, polish as obsessively as you’re comfortable [...]
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Jack It

For all you Subarufiles out there, enjoy the fugly goodness (click pics for source).
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Bridge & Burn

For the ladies…. Nice & simple from Bridge & Burn. And yes, they do have mens as well.
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