Something that’s about to become a really big part of your life during this sensitive weather transition.
So listen carefully.
Or... just get in a car and make it go to Tweeds, a lofty brick haberdashery full of hard-to-find rakishness appropriately accommodating to fall weather patterns, now open on the Westside.
And upon your return, regale us with stories of how it felt like a historian’s vacation home in there, what with all the antique portraits, old trunks and deer heads. How you made friends with one of the owners and learned he used to be a personal shopper for J.Crew.
You’ll weave magnificent tales of walking around and picking up brightly striped socks and Georgia-made jeans and charcoal-blue denim shirts that all just felt... right.
What’s that? Someone handed you a beer, you say? Then you ascended a flight of stairs and suddenly found yourself on a rooftop patio with lounge chairs and a spectacular view of the skyline?
Oh, and thanks for the fake stories that haven’t happened yet.
Place sounds pretty cool.