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Things Organized Neatly

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New York designers Sebastian Ward invited me into their office a few weeks ago to photograph their amazing dress shirts. The Sebastian Ward spread collar is absolutely perfect with a tie or unbuttoned, and the athletic fit is not too slim—it’s just right. This is the most luxurious dress shirt I’ve ever worn, and starting Monday, the price is only $99! You’ll look like a million bucks. These guys are really passionate about menswear, and I am happy to feature their shirts. All of these objects came from their office, including the silver tool in the bottom left, a traditional shirt maker’s tool for turning collars.

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All Things Lovely I am little obsessed with Instagram at the moment, especially since I'm doing the Photo A Day challenge. Friends sometimes ask what apps I use for all my photos so I thought I'd share my favourites. This isn't a sponsored post, just my favourite and most used apps.

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