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Need a new pair of sandals to wear these remaining few months of summer? Something to keep you comfortable and relaxed when you go out? Then Zappos has you covered because the Under Armour UA Locker III Slide Sandals are on sale at Zappos right now.
It should come as no surprise that Zappos has the sandals you need this summer. Footwear options in that store are out of this world. There should also be no surprise that Under Armour has made some top of the line sandals that will deliver you comfort all day long. Under Armour knows from comfort.
Everyone has their own preference when it comes to the design of a sandal. But one of the most comfortable designs without question has to be an open-toe sandal. And the Under Armour UA Locker III Slide Sandals are open toe. So right off the bat, you are feeling that comfort.
Once the Under Armour UA Locker III Slide Sandals are on, you will immediately feel right at home. These sandals are made with a contoured EVA footbed. What that means is, is that your feet will be padded and protected all day long.
The outsole isn’t the only part of the Under Armour UA Locker III Slide Sandals that help in comfort. They’re made with a durable rubber outsole, which makes for an easy to wear sandal. Not only that but there are also perforations throughout the sandals to allow for water to drain away if you go in the ocean or pool.
At this price, you can’t really afford to not pick up the Under Armour UA Locker III Slide Sandals. No need to spend a ton of money when you can find a perfectly comfortable and aesthetically pleasing pair of footwear right here. Don’t waste time. Pick them up while you can right now.
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Your sunscreen search needs a few filters. First, try using only broad-spectrum options since they block both types of cancerous, cell-mutating ultraviolet (UV) rays. Then, consider your lifestyle and preferred outdoor activities—because dads and climbers have different needs than beach bums and outdoorsmen. To help narrow the field, here are six sunscreens that cover these spectrums.
What’s the SPF sweet spot?
Anywhere between 30 and 50. Above 30, the level of SPF doesn’t increase exponentially. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. SPF 15 blocks 93 percent of rays, SPF 30 blocks 97 percent, SPF 50 blocks 98 percent, and SPF 100 blocks 99 percent.
Coola SPF 50 Mineral Sunscreen
The summer sun can incite dread in some people—namely those whose fair skin burns instantly. A mineral SPF 50 sunscreen is the solution, since it blocks 98 percent of UV rays, while a pasty SPF 100 only ups the ante to 99-percent protection. COOLA’s formula is water resistant for 80 minutes, reef friendly, engineered for sensitive skin, and uses a mineral mix of zinc oxide and titanium dioxide to block UV rays.
[$ 32; coola.com]
Salt + Stone SPF 30 Mineral Sunscreen
For guys who tan easily or who have mid-tone skin, SPF 30 is the bare minimum. Even though it offers slightly less defense against the sun’s rays (97 percent blocked versus 98 percent for SPF 50), this level of protection will still allow for effective tanning at a safe rate. Salt & Stone’s SPF 30 lotion delivers a chemical- and residue-free application that also nourishes skin with aloe, jojoba oil, Vitamin E, and more.
[$ 18; saltandstone.com]
EltaMD SPF 50 Mineral Sunscreen
There’s a myth that darker skin tones need no sunscreen, since they don’t burn so easily. But without any SPF protection, the sun’s cancer-causing and skin-aging UV rays will still seep into the skin. EltaMD’s full-body SPF 50 is the singular best mineral defense and doesn’t leave a white cast on the skin. Plus, the chemical-free formula is water resistant for 80 minutes.
[$ 26; eltamd.com]
Art of Sport SPF 50 Sunscreen
Art of Sport’s entire skincare assortment is engineered for athletes, and this SPF 50 lotion gives coverage to the heavy sweaters and surfers alike. It has high-grade water resistance up to 80 minutes—and that includes sweat resistance, too, for the runners, golfers, tennis players, and more. It wears light and prevents sweat from drying on the skin. This in turn thwarts painful sweat burns, a phenomenon that outdoor athletes know well.
[$ 12; artofsport.com]
Jack Black Oil-Free SPF 45 Sunscreen
If you need to pack one full-body sunscreen for repeat applications and thorough coverage, make it Jack Black’s. The lightweight, oil-free, non-greasy formula won’t leave you sweating, plus it uses zinc oxide to help deliver a nearly 98-percent sun shield. It provides 80 minutes of water and sweat resistance, and even nourishes skin with antioxidant-rich Vitamin C and soothing calendula. With it, the sun will complement your getaway, not compromise it.
[$ 21; getjackblack.com]
Sun Bum Mineral SPF 50 Sunscreen
Skiers, hikers, and residents of Denver know best: High altitudes yield the worst burns. So it’s worth getting a sunblock specifically for the face, since it has the most sensitive skin. The aloe- and Vitamin E-enriched mineral sunblock is the strongest and most soothing counter to sky-high rays, plus it goes on clear and is water-resistant for up to 80 minutes. Families love it, too, since kids also have sensitive skin—lather it on, every two hours.
[$ 10; sunbum.com]
Whether you’re sweating after your outdoor workout or wrapping up a grueling hike but aren’t close to home, it’s never a bad idea to have a few face wipes ready to go in your pack or pocket. Here are some of our favorite face wipes to consider adding to your on-the-go grooming routine this summer. They more or less cover every base on their own, but we’ve targeted specific situations where each one excels best.
Best for Outdoor Athletes: Art of Sport Face and Body Wipes
These soothing, aloe-packed wipes are your post-workout reboot, especially if you can’t shower within the first minutes of finishing. They’ll wipe sweat, dirt, and grime from the face, and can then be used to wipe down anything else, like the droplets trickling down your arms or backside. They calm the skin, too, after a sunny workout, and they cool it with tingling mint so you know it’s working. Pack it in your gym bag, too, to unclog pores after a pump and before you get home to rinse off.
[$ 8; target.com]
Best for a Midday Pick-Me-Up: Oars and Alps Caffeinated, Exfoliating Face and Body Wipes
Like a cup of coffee to get you through the latter half of the day, these cooling wipes also have gentle “crystals” on the surface that help buff away dead skin as they unclog pores. They’re loaded with caffeine for this same purpose, to boost circulation in the face, as if you just took a cool, refreshing dip in the pool. You’ll have to work for the weekend for the real deal, but these things should tide you over till then—and till 6 p.m. each weekday.
[$ 16; amazon.com]
Best for Hikers and Campers: Ursa Major Biodegradable 4-in-1 face Wipes
Ursa Major made these biodegradable wipes as an on-the-go alternative to its much-adored face tonic. Each wipe contains that tonic, which dissolves dead skin and unclogs pores, while removing grime, hydrating the skin, and toning it. It’s a full skincare regimen, and it’s perfect for the grooming lover who moonlights as a hiker or camper.
[$ 24; amazon.com]
Best for Sensitive Skin: Cetaphil Gentle Cleansing Cloths
Some guys want to stock some cleansing wipes but prefer to skip the individual wrappings (bless their eco-friendly hearts). The same can be said for guys with sensitive skin, which is further aggravated by things like sweat, UV exposure, and shaving. If either sounds like you, then Cetaphil’s gentle cleansing cloths will flush away the bad stuff without any disruption.
[$ 6; amazon.com]
Best for Frequent Shavers: Fulton & Roark Aftershave Cloths
Formulated as a post-shave skin savior, these cooling cloths are also great for a canvas-clearing refresh. They’re great for sensitive skin or for guys who frequently shave—perhaps you’re particularly sweaty a few hours after shaving and want a second application of skin-toning witch hazel and bacteria-fighting tea tree oil. These cloths have both of those ingredients, along with sage, bergamot, and eucalyptus to cool and wake up your skin.
[$ 28; fultonandroark.com]
Summer sunglasses are an accessory you’d be hard pressed to leave home without. They pull your look together, injecting instant style to an outfit, and protect your eyes from harmful UV rays. It’s easy to follow the crowd and nab a pair of popular shades, but if you like to stray from the pack—rather than show up to a gathering wearing the same pair as half your friends—heed our summer sunglasses guide.
We’ve identified standout offerings from top sunglasses brands, eschewing super-trendy silhouettes and colors for intriguing nuances on classic styles. Can’t choose just one? (We don’t blame you.) Nab a travel case like Garrett Leight California Optical Collector’s Case ($ 80) to keep up to four pairs organized and protected. It’s not just for travel; the velvety-smooth suede exterior is stylish enough to keep out in your bedroom so you can easily see all your summer sunglasses, pick the shades of the day, and get out the door in a flash.
The Best Summer Sunglasses to Stand Out in a Crowd
1. Raen Wiley
Square sunglasses provide strong, clean lines that perfectly suit round and oval face shapes, balancing out the proportions. The Wiley sunglasses in Brindle Tortoise (shown above) is handmade from zyl acetate for lightweight comfort and enduring longevity. Perhaps best of all, its green polarized lenses offer 100 percent UVA/UVB protection.
[$ 170; raen.com]
2. Illesteva Patmos Sunglasses
A modern take on the aviator frame, these Italian-made shades are inspired by the Greek island of Patmos. Opt between 24K gold or metal frames—we like the former to mimic the way light shimmers off water at sunset. The slightly hexagonal shape and tortoise temple tips add another dimension of elegance.
[$ 280; illesteva.com]
3. Warby Parker Griffin
You can’t beat the price and convenience of Warby Parker, especially with their option to try multiple frames at home for free before you buy online. The Griffin is available in medium width and multiple lens types (prescription, progressives, readers, and single vision), as well as two glossy acetate frames. We’re partial to the Pacific Crystal (shown above) for an understated pop of color that’s neutral enough to match virtually any outfit. The slightly arched brow of the frames soften the boxiness of their shape to boot.
[$ 95; warbyparker.com]
4. Garrett Leight California Optical Harding Sun
Pining for a retro vibe? This beauty draws style influence from American writer Arthur Miller. The strong single bridge, metal plaques, and ombré fade of the Matte DK Caramel colorway offer subtle flair. The brown mineral glass lenses, which boast UV protection and an anti-reflective coating, are housed in acetate frames.
[$ 360; garrettleight.com]
5. Oliver Peoples Cary Grant 2 Sun
Oliver Peoples’ Cary Grant 2 Sun also draws on vintage Hollywood vibes. As the name suggests, these eponymous shades reference the ones the actor donned in the 1959 thriller North by Northwest. They sport an acetate frame with a metal bridge and eyewire. The timeless tortoise colorway, green lenses, and plaques on the front and temples add durability.
[$ 531; oliverpeoples.com]
6. Krewe Avalon
A major trend of summer 2020, aside from acetate frames, is standout brows and unique nose bridges (specifically a lack thereof). The acetate brow bar on these navigator-style frames adds the perfect level of intrigue (without being outlandish), and the dark green lenses contrast beautifully with the 24K stainless steel hardware.
[$ 315; krewe.com]
7. Moscot Momza Sun
The square silhouette of the Momza Sun makes them stand the test of time—but it’s their unexpected color pairing that’ll make people pause and take notice. The Italian-made acetate in the Cinnamon colorway (above) encases baby blue glass lenses. These add levity and brightness to any ensemble, summoning coastal beach vibes.
[$ 300; moscot.com]
8. ROKA Torino
Unabashedly bold, these Torino frames are a nod to sports car racing. Don’t let the thick nose bridge and wide size fool you; they come in under an ounce and feature ROKA’s signature patented GEKO fit—tacky elastomer pads on the nose and temples that provide added grip when you start to sweat. Consider them your wear-everywhere pair, perfectly transitioning between outdoor workouts and casual wear.
[$ 175; roka.com]
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If you haven’t buzzed your hair off this summer, then you’re probably looking for the best lightweight hair styling creams, sprays, and more for your new cut. The best men’s hair products won’t melt down onto your face, but they should let you still run your fingers through your ‘do. The group below offers a range of results depending on your hair type and needs. We picked a favorite in each field, from styling cream to pomade and dry shampoo, to make the purchase as easy as can be this summer.
Best for Light Hold and Taming Strays: Styling Cream
Cream is the quintessential lightweight styler, in that it has a barely-there feel but still helps you style your hair. It allows you to comb or coach your hair into whichever resting place you prefer, or to define curls and natural texture. And, while it’ll still blow in the wind, cream is cooperative and allows the hair to settle back into place. It’s also good for a light dusting over strays. It can even double as a beard tamer. Church California’s is packed with sea- and land-sourced plants, which nourish the hair while maintaining effortless, lightweight control.
Try: Church California cream pomade (pictured above) [$ 30; churchcalifornia.com]
Best for Touchable Texture: Salt Spray
Salt spray replicates the “surfer” texture you get after a swim in the ocean. (You know the feeling, where your hair is perfect and effortless no matter which way it settles.) Salt spray is terrific for light hold on its own, or as a last-step finishing touch following a cream. It can deliver choppy waves to short styles, or definition to curls and longer lengths. The best ones, like Fellow Barber’s, also nourish hair with ingredients like algae, which is rich in minerals.
Try: Fellow Barber mineral spray [$ 28; fellowbarber.com]
Best for Curl Hydration and Definition: Leave-in Conditioner
Guys with naturally curly hair will often rely on balms to preserve hydration levels and maintain control over their style. A lighter option is a leave-in conditioner. It borders on being a hair cream, but it’s ultra lightweight and its key purpose is the nourishing and hydrating that helps curls look their best. Longer styles may demand a little balm to follow, but a nutrient-dense leave-in conditioner like Scotch Porter’s will handle the brunt of the taming. It also strengthens hair and works well as an overnight conditioner, for especially dry or damaged hair.
Try: Scotch Porter leave-in hair conditioner [$ 12; scotchporter.com]
Best for High Hold and Texturized Volume: Dry Shampoo Wax
If what you want is high volume, choppy texture, and a matte finish, there is really just one summer-ready product that fits this bill: Hanz de Fuko’s innovative Quicksand. It’s a curious combination of gritty granules (diatomaceous earth) and hair wax, and it soaks up excess oil at the base of each hair shaft, while also delivering unparalleled texture and volume. Unlike other waxes, it wears lighter, and works well with styles between 1-3 inches. It’s especially great for that second or third day between shampoos, when the hair is lifeless and needs some bounce, but you aren’t ready to fully wash the strands just yet.
Try: Hanz de Fuko ‘Quicksand’ dry shampoo + styling wax [$ 23; amazon.com]
Best for a Medium Hold Style: Hair Paste
Hair paste is perhaps the most utilitarian product you can own. While it works best applied to towel-dried hair (to provide medium hold and light shine), it also works well for touch-ups and quick, glossy texture upon dry application. However, if you want to style your hair in any specific direction or straighten out some curls, simply comb it through damp hair and let it dry. Then, as it does, break it apart with your fingers to create texture and definition, or dismantle it entirely (without disrupting the direction you combed it) for a medium hold at the roots, while the strands themselves flow a bit more freely. You can blow dry it to maximize the hold, for a buttoned-up look that isn’t as polished as pomade. Oribe’s paste is ahead of the pack, and allows you to re-work the style throughout the day, with a splash of water and your fingertips (or a comb). You’ll be able to run your hands through the finished look, without compromising your intended result.
Try: Oribe molding paste [$ 39; nordstrom.com]
Best for Definition and Some Shine: Hair Oil
If you want to add shine to any other product, or if you just need a nourishing and frizz-fighting coat over each strand, then hair oil is your pick. Simply apply a few drops of oil to your palms and distribute evenly. Most of them use one or many oils that also neutralize the scalp and prevent bacteria, while delivering hair-strengthening nourishment to the hairs and follicles. And worry not, because they won’t give you an oily finish, so long as you only use a couple drops (or 3-4 in longer styles). You can even mix the oil into your paste or cream if you want to add a pinch of shine and light-catching definition. BluMaan’s vial is great in that it’s twice the size of most options, and it combines oils of sesame, sunflower, coconut, and olive to tame hair and restore or preserve healthy hydration levels.
Try: BluMaan hair oil [$ 24; amazon.com]
When it comes to your wardrobe, there’s nothing more classic than a T-shirt. But ask any stylist and they’ll agree: The humble tee is the foundation for effortless style. While there are no shortage of options available, it’s a good idea to focus your search around slim-fit T-shirts—they’ll deliver the most flattering shape and they work well in a variety of outfits.
“A slimmer-fit shirt makes your body look better, plain and simple,” says image consultant and personal stylist Patrick Kenger.
How to Choose the Best Slim-Fit T-Shirt
Wondering what to look for? Opt for 100-percent cotton tees, which are generally soft, comfortable, and breathable. The sleeves should lightly hug your arms and hit at mid-bicep, and the hem should fall around your pockets, Kenger says. It’s also important to load up on neutrals (white, gray, and navy blue). That way, you can wear your shirts in many different outfits—from layering them under a bomber jacket to pairing them with a suit and sneakers.
Below, you’ll find top options from brands like Uniqlo, Todd Snyder, and more, all across a range of price points and styles. Grab your favorites, and you’ll have your summer style solved.
Here are a few of the best men’s slim-fit tees to consider.
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Remember the mayor in “Jaws,” coaxing that family to go in the water, before they grab their raft and tentatively wade into the ocean? That image — introduced 45 years ago this month — keeps coming to mind as entertainment options, including movie theaters, gradually reopen in the age of coronavirus.
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Check out this sexy update from Lola at Only Tease! She starts the set wearing a beautiful light blue summer dress with white hold up stockings. Once the dress is pulled off, we get to see her white garter and thong. When she bends over on the chair and shows off her ass, she makes my mouth water!
Only Tease is the only place to find this set and many more of Lola posing nude for erotic photo shoots! Every set starts with her in lingerie and cute outfits and ends with her topless showing off her amazing body!
Today at OnlyTease,Â the gorgeous model Ivy is doing a photoshoot in a white summer dress with blue polka dots. This teen brunette beauty begins to tease and lift up her dress to show off her white garter and hold up stockings underneath. Towards the end up the set she ends up nude showing off her large natural breasts!
This is Ivy’s very first photoset added to the OnlyTease members area but there are several more updates of her scheduled. She is only 5’4″ with a 25 inch waist and huge 30E breasts! As a member, you can preview upcoming sets and even order them in advance if you just can’t wait!
If Megan The Stallion is about anything, she’s about her business. The “Big Ole Freak” rapper has trademarked her “Hot Girl Summer” slogan.
In a recent interview with V103 Jamz, Meg confirmed the trademark has been established.
“I really didn’t even know that it was gonna catch on how it did. It was just me talking shit, telling everybody I was gonna be me for the summer, and they should be them too, like as free as they can be,” she told Allure. “When I saw Wendy’s and Forever 21 saying, ‘Hey, are you having a Hot Girl Summer?’ I was like, ‘Hell no, Forever 21, you’re going to have to pay me.’ But I just wanted to get it trademarked because it’s me. It’s my thing.”
So now if you try to get a check for hopping on the “Hot Girl Summer” wave, you better clear it with her or cut a check—probably both.
The Americans leave China with a seventh-place finish and lot of questions heading into the 2020 Olympics in Japan.
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Hot Nerd Fall is quickly approaching.
The TDE artist's new album drops this Friday (August 30).
He loves the juice.
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An official anthem for the movement.
Megan Thee Stallion releases her hotly anticipated new track “Hot Girl Summer” featuring Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ ign.
Megan The Stallion has had her spurs on the summer’s neck all season long and is showing no signs of letting up. The “Big Ole Freak” rapper is set to drop some new music on us, and she gave her fans tantalizing sneak peek.
The track titled “Hot Girl Summer” as it should be is on the horizon with a release date of August 2. In the clip, Meg puts the song — which sample’s the City Girls’ 2018 hit “Act Up” — to the twerk test and it seemingly passes with flying colors. The track also features Ty Dolla $ ign handling hook duty.
Meg has had a pretty eventful week, she shared a photo of herself in the studio with DJ Khaled and then broke the internet when she got on Instagram live with Nicki Minaj. The Houston rapper got some advice from the “Anaconda” rapper when it comes to the being in the Hip-Hop world.
“Don’t overthink it and don’t beat yourself up. I find that when I treat it like fun and playtime I get better results.”
Whether all of these artists will be on Meg’s next album is a mystery, but it would be a safe bet to assume the captain of the boat got something up her sleeve. Keep in mind she also has her Hype Williams’ directed film Fever: Thee Movie and is moving to trademark her signature term “Hot Girl Summer.” Right now it’s Meg’s world, and we are all just living in it, and we have no problem with that at all.
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Which are you streaming?
Lil Wayne wasn’t serious, y’all. It turns out Tunechi won’t be bailing on his current summer tour with Blink-182 after all.
Late last week, Weezy left that stage after performing just four or so songs, while also noting he wasn’t sure if he’d be continuing the tour due to small crowd sizes not being his swag. His words, not ours,
However, Weezy took to Twitter to explain that he was going to thug it out and finish the tour.
“Yesterday was krazy!,” he tweeted on Friday, July 12. “But I want all my fans to know I won’t be quitting this tour! I’m having too much fun with my bros blink-182. Bangor,ME See you tomorrow!
Hey, the show must go on. Also, the direct deposit ain’t hittin’ if you don’t hit the stage, too.
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Here are our favorite new menswear looks—perfect for wherever you soak up the sun. These are the outfits you’ll have on rotation all summer long.
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Sun‘N’Sand Elena Rush Straw Fedora [$ 16; sunnsand.net]
Ben Sherman Short Sleeve Satin Stripe Shirt [$ 99; bensherman.com]
Raymond Weil Freelancer Skeleton Limited Edition [$ 2,695; raymond-weil.us]
Fair Harbor The One Short With Liner [$ 64; fairharborswim.com]
Ankari Floruss Marigold Saturday Lace-Up Sneaker [$ 165; ankarifloruss.com]
UNTUCKit Navy Jean-Louis Shirt [$ 88; untuckit.com]
Givenchy GV7126/S Aviator Sunglasses [$ 410; solsticesunglasses.com]
Rado HyperChrome Captain Cook Automatic [$ 2,100; rado.com]
Onia Collin Pant [$ 140; onia.com]
Sperry Striper II Salt Washed CVO Sneaker [$ 60; sperry.com]
Hanro Short Sleeve V-Neck [$ 70; hanrousa.com]
Katama George Swimsuit in Faded Red/Sailcloth [$ 195; katamaswim.com]
Onia Macro Stripe Beach Blanket [$ 95; onia.com]
Hari Mari Scouts Flip-flop [$ 65, harimari.com]
Orlebar Brown Bulldog Monte Carlo Swim Shorts [$ 345; olebarbrown.com]
Miansai Crew Rope Bracelet, Matte Silver, Solid Black [$ 135; miansai.com]
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This will be the best Todd Snyder sale until the holidays—book on it. The Summer Sale is happening now, and for a limited time you can take up to 70 percent off Clearance styles at Todd Snyder. Even better, you get 30 percent off Newly Added items, too. That means sweet summer deals on sweet summer gear, like shorts and tees.
The chance to get a discount on new arrivals at Todd Snyder is rare. Sizes and colors are already running low. So get over to toddsnyder.com right now and take advantage of these deals before it’s too late. Most of the discounts fall in the 30-40 percent range.
Best Deals Until the Holidays
There are tons of stuff on sale, including camp shirts, shorts, and sneakers for summer. Todd’s entire selection of iconic Vans sneakers is included in the sale, including slip-ons and those patterned and two-tone classics. The entire Timex + Todd Peanuts watch collection is marked down, too. Snoopy, Linus, and the Man himself, Charlie Brown, are all discounted and while the selection is dwindling, your opportunity to rock an iconic watch that no one else has increases by the day. Todd has even put a few of his other Timex watches on block, including the racy-retro BlackJack.
And if you’re after the Todd Snyder + Champion line, there are plenty of styles and colors to choose from. Sweats, joggers, track jackets, warm-up shorts, and t-shirts and more are all marked down. These are definitely being blown out to make room for fall inventory, and so colors and sizes are quickly running out.
Of course, Todd Snyder’s indelible suits are marked down as well. Wool and seersucker, plaids and plains, dress shirts and much more are discounted. If you’re still in the market for a summer suit, this is an opportunity you cannot miss. There’s a whole slew of accessories on sale too, from scarves and pocket squares to ties and belts.
And the shoes! In addition to Vans, names like Clarks and New Balance are also being cleared out at tremendous discounts.
So head over to Todd Snyder today and take advantage of this unique opportunity. The Summer Sale won’t last—and neither will the selection at these prices. Here are a few of our favorite items that still had plenty of colors and sizes left at press time.
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These rough-and-ready watches combine sharp design, unbreakable materials, and high-tech features that will withstand any thumpings your weekend adventures dish out. Here are six of the coolest adventure watches you can buy this season.
Unless your summer home is in Verkhoyansk, it’s probably time to lighten up your bed sheets. Skip the sateens, though. You’re looking for linen and breezy, organic cotton. Linen has an open weave, so it’s extremely breathable. Organic cotton feels crisp and cool even when it’s hot out. Plus, the more you wash either one, the softer they get. Here are the ones we like.
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Summer is the time when dressed-down, casual looks become stylish. Chinos, short sleeves, and linen are back, and it’s acceptable to finish off the look with your favorite open-toed shoes. Using sandals and flip flops can give your summer outfits a laid-back feel, plus they can be comfortable and stylish too.
“A lot of guys are self-conscious about sandals, but if you like them, you should wear them — guys need to have a look that they like,” menswear icon Sid Mashburn says. “Function is more important than fashion, and sandals are just good summer shoes. But it can be surprising how cool they are, how chic they are, and how elegant they are. They hit all the buttons.”
Here are some of the best sandals and flip-flops for summer, whether you’re going out for a day on the lake or a night out on the town.
Huckberry is such a popular destination for fantastic clothes and cool gear, it doesn’t have sales very often. So when it does, it’s kind of a big deal. Huckberry’s One-Day Summer Sale is coming this Sunday, June 30! We got the inside skinny on the sale, and here’s the kicker: You don’t have to wait.
Now, these offers aren’t available to the general public until Sunday morning—but Men’s Journal readers can take advantage of these great deals right now at Huckberry.
From now until midnight PST on Sunday, take up to 35 percent off a swath of great stuff marked down at Huckberry. We’re talking shirts, pants, shorts, shoes, watches, gear, and so much more.
But you can also score huge savings on t-shirts, shorts, sandals and more! Tons of items that are going to be practical and stylish all summer long. A bunch of Huckberry’s own Flint and Tinder line is marked way down. And there are a dozen or more great watches, a host of belts, and few pair of sunglasses on sale. You can find several awesome weekenders and duffels marked down, and a load of backpacks, too. There’s even a sweet Stetson hat for 35 percent off!
Here’s a sampling of the awesome brand names you’ll find on sale at the Huckberry Summer Sale:
…and many more. We picked out a nice selection of some great gear and apparel for which we might have to crack open our wallets; they’re listed below.
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Zappos is renowned for having an awesome selection of boots and dress shoes, but its wide variety of sneakers and summer kicks don’t get nearly as much love. And that’s a shame. Zappos is a fantastic destination to get all your summer gear, from shirts and shorts to sandals and flip-flops. And it’s almost always cheaper than retail. So if you can find gear on sale at Zappos? That means it’s WAY less than you’d pay at the shoe store.
And these aren’t knock-offs like you find at some of the big box stores. Zappos doesn’t rip brands off, or steal their designs. Zappos gets great deals on overstock from manufacturers and retailers, then spins that savings back around to you. So you can get the same great products you saw in the store just a couple of months prior for a fraction of the price.
Does Zappos Sell More Than Shoes?
What started as an online shoe reseller has turned into a retail empire. Zappos now sells clothing, bags, accessories, and much more. The company has been instrumental in the rebirth of downtown Las Vegas, Nevada, and is widely recognized as an awesome place to work. It puts a premium on company culture, too. So you know when you buy from Zappos you’re buying from a responsible retailer that takes care of its customers and employees—not some fly-by-night operation that might be gone next week or doesn’t answer the phone or email if you have an issue.
So get your feet into something sweet this summer, and pick up one of these awesome summer shoes from Zappos. Most of these selections have multiple colors, styles, and sizes available, so there’s something for everyone.
Whether you spend your summer weekends sipping Negronis in the Hamptons or jumping off cliffs at Copper Canyon, get over to Zappos and get some sensible summer shoes today.
Here’s a great place to start.
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When you think of Merino wool, you probably imagine a drawer full of warm winter clothing, or maybe a pair of comfy hiking socks. You likely don’t think about summer wear, especially not a pair of swim trunks. But Outerknown, the outdoor apparel brand founded by pro surfer Kelly Slater, is changing the way we think about wool with the new Woolaroo trunks, released earlier this month.
We got our hands on a pair while touring Kelly Slater’s Surf Ranch, and we’re here to tell you it’s time to leave the itchy stereotypes about wool behind. These 100 percent Merino wool trunks feel great, are super tough, and they’re eco-friendly, too. If you’re in the market for a pair of hard-working trunks that can stand up to a summer’s worth of surfing, swimming, and paddling, the it’s worth considering the Woolaroo.
What It Is:
The Woolaroo is a new swim trunk from Outerknown, and the company claims it’s the first-ever trunk made completely from Australian Merino wool (the fiber is sourced in collaboration with The Woolmark Company). It’s a nod to the swim trunks from the early days of surfing, which were made from a heavy-duty twill fabric, but it’s also a clear expression of the brand’s commitment to sustainability. Merino wool is an all-natural, renewable, and biodegradable fiber, unlike the synthetic fabrics used in many other swim trunks.
Why We Like It:
Finding swim trunks that are comfortable, stylish, and fit well is no easy task, but the Woolaroo gets high marks in all three categories. The pre-stretched wool fabric is light but tough, and the natural benefits of the fiber really shine. It’s breathable and odor-resistant without any synthetic finishes or additives, and wool’s moisture-wicking properties are also evident: Even when soaking wet, water beads up and rolls off the shorts easily. The Woolaroo strikes a good balance between utility and style as well. They hit just above the knee and look trim enough to wear off the beach, but there’s enough give through the thigh that they won’t interfere with swimming, and the zipper fly and drawstring provide a secure fit—you won’t have to worry about these slipping off in heavy surf. Of course, it’s also a definite plus to wear swim trunks that won’t contribute to the plastic that’s choking our oceans.
The Merino fabric of the Woolaroo is a far cry from your scratchy Christmas sweater, but it’s worth noting that these shorts do have a slightly coarse texture compared to synthetic fabrics. As for storage, the Woolaroo comes with a secure zippered back pocket, but on land, some might miss having side pockets to carry keys and other essentials. Watermen who need a light and lean pair of trunks likely won’t mind the lack of pockets, though.
[$ 125; outerknown.com]
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Former Duke teammates Zion Williamson and RJ Barrett are slated to make their NBA summer league debuts against each other.
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A good pair of performance briefs should go unnoticed. That’s the ironic, telltale sign of a stellar piece of apparel: You forget you’re wearing it. Meanwhile, a bad pair will scrunch, chafe, and require some awkward lunging or a not-so-discrete hand down your pants to adjust.
To keep your most sensitive area as dry and comfortable as possible, we’ve tested some of the top options on the market. Here are the best six performance briefs to wear whether you’re training or just going about your everyday life. They’ll withstand stifling heat and swampy humidity without breaking a sweat—even if you do.
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When it comes to dressing up as the temperatures rise, there are plenty of ways to keep things cool.
Here are three surefire ways to pull off the suited look this season—no matter where you’re headed.
1. Cotton Casual
The perfect combination of form and function, cotton suits are stiffer than winter wools but lighter and far more breathable. Dress them up with a button-down and loafers. Or keep things casual with a T-shirt and sneakers.
Canali Blazer ($ 1,595, canali.com); Canali Trousers ($ 540, canali.com); O.N.S Clothing Linen Village Crew ($ 88, onsclothing.com) Salvatore Ferragamo Ajustable Gancini Belt ($ 450, ferragamo.com); Tod’s Sneakers in Leather ($ 775, tods.com)
2. Sir Seersucker
When the heat index spikes and humidity soars, this southern staple stays cool and breathable, a stylish option at both work and summertime events Seersucker is also a lot of fun to wear, adding panache and personality to your wardrobe. No wonder it’s the go-to ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼summer-wedding attire.
Brooks Brothers Regent Fit Stripe Seersucker Suit ($ 498, brooksbrothers.com); Dolce & Gabbana White Dress Shirt ($ 395, select Dolce & Gabbana stores); Thom Browne Classic Necktie, ($ 190, select Thom Browne stores); To Boot New York Capo in Cognac ($ 395, toboot.com); and matching To Boot New York Cognac Calf Belt ($ 150, toboot.com); Kane 11 Lemans Vapor Socks ($ 21, kane11.com).
3. The Right Blend
Contrary to popular belief, you can wear wool in the summer—provided it’s the right wool. Look for a suit marked “summer weight.” The fabric is lighter and has a looser weave, making it as breathable and comfy as cotton or linen.
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Bright, busy, and colorful prints are back this summer. Sinuous, floriferous prints and patterns have come around again, daring men to once again embrace the breezy, flowery blouse as the go-to summer shirt. And thanks to Todd Snyder’s new Liberty Prints collection, you can be among the most sinuous and floriferous at your summer gathering.
Okay, enough of the flowery language. We love floral prints, and are firm in our belief that it takes a confident man to wear them without irony. Of course, bright colors and natural patterns are the ideal summer palette. It’s particularly suited for backyard parties and dockside barbecues. If you think you’re making a bold statement by wearing a flowery shirt, you’re absolutely right. If you believe you’re an original, well, Oscar Wilde might beg to differ.
What’s the History of Liberty London?
Since 1875, Liberty London has been renowned for its signature floral patterns. From the outset, its designs were used in everything from wallpaper to clothing, from eyeglass cases to furnishings. The store’s founder Arthur Liberty sought to collect and curate the finest, most exotic goods from around the world.
From the outset, Liberty’s floral motifs embodied a quintessential Englishness. The company was both an advocate and beneficiary of the Art Nouveau movement. In the 1960s Liberty successfully rebranded its trademark designs into Swinging Sixties-cool, tinged by nostalgia. Today, its familiar-yet-exotic archive of over 45,000 vintage floral designs have been captivating artistic shoppers for nearly 150 years.
“Familiar-yet-exotic” perfectly captures the spirit of Todd Snyder’s legendary collabs. Todd has never hesitated in reaching out to other designers and labels to incorporate nostalgia into modern design. And his Todd Snyder x Liberty London Collection is no exception, with camp collar shirts and shorts that showcase this irresistible handiwork.
It’s not a huge selection, with just three prints in both shirts and shorts. But the Todd Snyder x Liberty London Collection is guaranteed to make a splash at any summer gathering—as long as you wear it with confidence, of course.
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News flash! Allbirds just dropped four new summer colors. If you haven’t yet sunk your feet into the soft, breathable glory that is all-wool Allbirds, here’s a rare opportunity to do so while still being a trendsetter. If you’re already an Allbirds advocate, then this is your chance to stand out from the flock.
The Shoreline Collection features four new coastal-inspired colorways that are ideal for summertime. And they’re in styles that are awesome for warm weather fun. They cost the same as standard Allbirds—but these Limited Edition colorways will fly off the shelves. So if you’re on the fence, you’d better hop on over it, and quick.
This fresh aqua colorway is reminiscent of cool blue pool water, and makes us want to signal for the cabana boy to bring us another mimosa. It’s available in Allbirds’ original Wool Runner and high-topped Tree Topper, and also in the casual Tree Skipper ($ 95, above). It’s a laced summer slip-on, perfect for kicking off and relaxing in the chaise.
Hot August nights and slow summer sunsets call for a smoldering colorway, and the Sunkissed delivers. It’s available in four Allbirds styles, including Wool Runners, Tree Skippers, Tree Toppers, and the breathable Tree Runners ($ 95, above). You can get it with a matching sole, but we rather like the contrast of the light grey here.
Just because the sun is bright and hot doesn’t mean your shoes have to be. Stay cool, calm, and collected in this subdued, classy colorway. It’s only available in Allbirds’ original Wool Runner style ($ 95, above), and only with the color-matched sole. But don’t let the fabric scare you; 100 percent natural Merino stays cool when it’s hot, and warm when it’s cool. And it’s totally suited for year-round wear—even to the office.
This icy blue can chill the vibe at any summer gathering. It’s also available with the summer active Tree Runner sneaker ($ 95, shown at top), but we’ll take it paired with Allbirds also-chill, lace-less summer Tree Loungers slip-ons ($ 95, above). Perfect for when you have a drink in your hand and your toes in the sand, just like Diamond Dave.
Remember, these fresh Allbirds colorways won’t last—they rarely do, but because these are so perfectly summer-suited, do yourself a favor and jump on this. And while you’re at it, don’t forget to add a free all-wool Allbirds beer koozie to your shopping cart. Once you add a pair of shoes, the $ 10 price tag drops right off, automatically.
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Not to be a downer, but 2019 could produce the hottest summer we’ve ever experienced. And while your comfort is far from global warming’s biggest victim, it is the one you have to manage every time you go for a hike, visit the farmer’s market, or spend a day touring a new city.
That’s why outdoor companies are doubling down on ultra-functional shorts: To make the best of a bad situation by liberating your legs from heat-trapping pants.
Here are the five best new shorts to wear this season.
We’ll tell you something you probably already know: Polo shirts aren’t just a uniform for the golf course. The simple three-button collared shirt is now available in more fabrics, patterns, and styles than ever before, and brands are experimenting with new interpretations of the menswear staple. Whether or not they’ve been in your rotation before, the latest crop of men’s polo shirts are making a strong case for spot in your dresser.
But as you’ll see below, there are lots of great options to choose from. Picking the right polo for you depends on a few different variables, so we reached out to stylists for guidance on what to look for. First off: Make sure you pick one that fits. Size up if the buttons are pulling, says Lisa Cameron, stylist to celebs like Queer Eye‘s Karamo Brown, and make sure you have enough length to cover your stomach if you raise your arms up. But don’t go too baggy—a trimmer polo can accentuate your physique. “If you want to make your arms look a bit bigger,” says stylist Patrick Kenger, “find a polo with some ribbing around the end of the sleeves, which will hug your arms and help them ‘fill out’ the shirt sleeve.”
In addition, try to avoid shirts with lots of branding or big logos. “Keep it clean,” Kenger says.
Stylists agree the polo is a versatile shirt, and you can wear it with quite a few different outfits. For starters, try using it as a replacement for your usual T-shirt.
“One of the best ways I’ve heard it put is that a polo is a gentleman’s T-shirt,” explains Kenger. “If you want to bump things up from the usual T-shirt and jeans outfit, then a polo is a great substitute.”
It also looks great with a suit. You can opt for a monochromatic look by matching your polo with the suit’s color, or go for a complementary color scheme, like a navy suit and pink polo, Cameron advises. You can also try pairing a polo with a bomber jacket, or wearing it with a simple pair of chinos and some sneakers.
Feeling inspired? Here are some of the best new polos to mix up your look this season.
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This time of year is all about sun, fun and going to the movies.
Young Thug enlists J. Cole and Travis Scott for the scorching collaboration “The London.”
Martin Garrix recruited Macklemore and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy for the funk-EDM summer jam ‘Summer Days’ — and its radiant video is here.
Ahh, summer. The sun, the sand, the … commitments. Look, you still gotta work, right? Not all the parties will be on the beach. Even though it’s going to be hot out, there are things to do and places to be where you can’t get away with cut-offs and a t-shirt. Where’s the best place to hook up summer wardrobe essentials that will go with anything and take you anywhere—without breaking the bank? Try J.Crew Factory.
J. Crew Factory is one of our favorite resources for summer staples. It’s much of the same gear you find at the regular J.Crew store, but at prices that are half (or more) less.
J. Crew Factory has a huge selection of summer essentials, from t-shirts and shorts to polos, lightweight jackets, accessories, and more. The styles are fresh, the colors are summer-ific, and the prices can’t be beat. There are tons of suits and jackets at great prices, too. Even tuxedos, for that wedding you still have to gear up for.
There’s even a fantastic selection of performance wear. From shorts and moisture-wicking shirts to athletic socks, if you’re tired of paying through the nose for top-flight activewear (or “athleisure”), you’ve got to go to the Tech Shop at J.Crew Factory. You’ll find all the same stuff you see at the swanky brand name stores, but at a fraction of the cost. And it’s all made by J.Crew, so you know it’s quality gear.
And the Clearance section! It’s chock full of staples like t-shirts, polos, and chino shorts that are perfect for summer. And right now you can get an extra 40 to 60 percent the already low clearance prices. But if you want to check out the Clearance section and score some amazing J.Crew deals, you’d better hurry. Colors, sizes, and styles are selling out, and fast.
So head over to J.Crew Factory right now and load up on some summer essentials. Because it won’t be long before summer’s here. It’s right around the corner. Here are some awesome items that caught our eye.
[Editor’s Note: This story was updated on May 17, 2019 to include prAna, Agave Denim, Outerknown, Everlane, Wellen, Faherty, Bonobos, Todd Snyder, Rhone, J.Crew Factory, Perry Ellis, and Under Armour.]
In the sweltering heat of summer, finding a pair of pants that strikes the perfect balance of comfort, durability, and good looks is tricky. Jeans are hot (yes, even white ones); thin pants like linen that breathe feel great from the inside, but they wrinkle easily and can sweat through in humidity. And most can’t last beyond a single day without needing a wash. In an effort to find the ideal summer pants we tried two that claim to work well in everyday, outdoor situations.
No Sweat Pants from Vancouver’s DU/ER and 365 Pants from Flint & Tinder are designed to be worn during outdoor activities, and for multiple days straight, if necessary. Both aim to combine the look and comfort of chinos with the durability of jeans and the stretch and of “performance” pants. And both perform exactly as advertised.
No Sweat – DU/ER
The No Sweat Pants (above, $ 129 at Backcountry) use a proprietary fabric DU/ER calls Nature2X. It aims to mix the comfort of cotton, the versatility of polyester, and the flexibility of spandex by blending all those with Tencel, a naturally anti-bacterial fiber that’s derived from eucalyptus.
No Sweat pants absorb odor and dry quickly. After a month of rotating them through our wardrobe, we’re here to testify. We ordered ours in Slim, in black (there are nine shades to choose from). They fit snugly on the ankle and calf, but they’re cut generously cut through the thigh, with a gusset sewn into the crotch for even more room. They’re soft and comfortable, and while the fabric has definitely got a synthetic feel, they stretch and breathe extremely well.
And they snap right back into shape, even after hard wear. On a recent weekend getaway where we wore them on both legs of a three-hour flight and most of the time between, the No Sweat pants lived up to their name. After three days they never wrinkled, didn’t smell, and sagged only slightly. We’ve even put them through the occasional bartending shift, where they repel stains like nobody’s business and if they get wet, they dry in minutes. The fabric hides wear and tear beautifully and after multiple washings, they have yet to show any signs of fading. If you’re in the service or hospitality industries, DU/ER’s No Sweat pants should be your favorite work pants in no time.
Flint and Tinder’s 365 Pant (below, $ 98 at Huckberry) is made primarily with cotton, then reinforced with stretchy Lycra to offer some give when squatting, kneeling, or whatever maneuvering life requires of you. The made-in-the-USA 365s are also cut like jeans but lean more in the chino direction when it comes to feel.
365 pants are light, in both weight and thickness, so they breathe well. The cotton feels natural — a nice touch on the legs and butt compared to the synthetic slickness of the DU/ERs. The five-pocket Slim cut best suits the style, although it should be noted that guys who are a bit thicker down low should definitely go for the Straight cut.
365s are great for casual dress and mild outdoor activities like yard work or even skateboarding, but the slight stretch and high-density cotton blend isn’t going to allow for much room for anything more extreme than the occasional flip-kick.
Cut, sewn and garment-dyed in Los Angeles, Flint and Tinder’s 365s come in Slim or Straight cuts, and in fourteen earthy tones. They’re sold exclusively by Huckberry ($ 98). While they may not be quite as versatile as the DU/ERs, the 365s are a fantastic option for guys who like to wear their pants more than one day at a time.
Not a shorts guy? Here are more great summer pants that are breathable and cool all year long.
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- S.E. Cupp asks why Kamala can’t seem to get traction
- Have you seen Kamala’s tweets and the way she speaks?
- She doesn’t seem to know how to “unlawyer”
- Biden’s approach to climate change is…let’s go slow?
- How does he sell that to his base with 12 year fears?
- President Trump tweets for Iran to call him
- He’ll treat their leaders with respect…while negotiating tough
- NO Democrats have gone in to read the unredacted Mueller report
- Multiple Republicans have gone in to read it
- Not one single Democrat wants to read it, nobody is interested?
- No curiosity, NOTHING useful for Dems in Mueller’s report?
- DJ Akira the Don tweets about power of music to control people
- The ability of music to manipulate emotions and behavior
- NPR piece on Gen IV nuclear power
- Far left NPR raising awareness of SAFE Gen IV nuclear power
- Have the Democrats made a massive miscalculation on Biden electability?
- He doesn’t excite…ANYONE
- Alyssa Milano declares a “sex strike”
- Finally…someone has brought the country together
- Historically, it HAS been done before…and successfully
- Respect to Alyssa for her commitment to activism
- CO2 high absorption rate of a certain bush…plant more of those bushes?
- Several CO2 scrubbing solutions look promising
- Nuclear energy has moved from engineering to persuasion psychology
- Nuclear is scary? Climate change is also scary
- Gen III nuclear plants have NEVER melted down…not once
- Gen IV is even safer and consume nuclear waste
- How many Gen III or Gen IV nuclear meltdowns would you risk…
- …to solve climate change?
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If you’re looking to upgrade your summer wardrobe, look no further than Perry Ellis. Classic but contemporary, traditional but fun, at Perry Ellis you can pick up a whole closet full of great summer clothes at incredible markdowns, thanks to the huge Extra 40 Percent Off Sale, happening right now. Combine that with the 30 Percent Off Linen sale and the 30 Percent Off Fragrance Sale, and there’s no reason you should have a whole new summer kit this year.
The Extra 40 Percent Off Sale takes select styles from the Sale page at perryellis.com and chops another 40 percent off those already-low prices. From dress pants and shirts to shorts, underwear, and more, there’s a ton of great gear that’s ideal for long summer days in the office and late summer nights on the deck. These deals run through midnight on May 19.
But don’t stop there. It’s also the 40 Percent Off Linen Sale at Perry Ellis. That means suits, pants, jackets, camp shirts, and more, all crafted in the perfect summer fabric, are marked down 40 percent. And we know what you’re thinking—so we searched and found a 3-Piece Linen Suit that meets both categories and, sure enough, it’s 72 percent off! But only if you buy it by Thursday 5/2 at midnight.
Also through midnight on 5/2, Perry’s annual 30 Percent Off Fragrance Sale means you can get awesome savings on some of Perry Ellis’ most iconic colognes—as well as perfumes for women (hello, Mother’s Day). From Pure Blue and Aqua to Citron and Perry Ellis Black, there’s a fragrance for every man and every mood—and great gifts for the lady in your life, too.
So don’t settle for the same old, same old. Perk up our summer wardrobe, and spice up your summer attitude with some new gear at Perry Ellis. But you’d better hurry; styles, colors, and sizes never last for long at sales this massive.
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Veteran adult distributor Williams Trading Company has announced a summer LBGTQ “Prepare for Pride” sale starting April 26 and ending on May 17.
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If the warmer weather has you jonesing for bonfires on the beach, being the first one in the water, and cruising the PCH at night with the windows open (and the heater on!), Huckberry has a new line of surf-inspired gear that’s just right for summer. Made from a blend of hemp and organic cotton, Wellen is just what you need to bring out the endless summer vibes. Even if the water’s still too cold for the spring suit.
From cozy T-shirts and laid-back polos to jeans that feel as soft as the sand at Trestles, Wellen partners with responsible factories around the world to craft soft, sustainable essentials for sun and swell. There’s nothing fancy here—just amazing beachwear that you’ll want to live in all summer long.
What’s New With Wellen?
Start with the jeans. The soft denim construction is perfect—not too tight, but snug enough to look great when you go from the sand to the bar. They come in three distinct washes: a washed out fade that’s perfect for chilly nights on the sand, a medium rinse that’s sharp enough to wear into work, and a sharp dark denim that’s somehow just as soft and comfortable as the more worn-in looking rinses. They’re $ 88, which is a fantastic price point for sustainable denim.
The Stretch Chore Coat ($ 128) is the perfect post-sun layer. A shirt-jacket with plenty of pockets and a touch of stretch to move with you, it’s available in navy, denim, or dark khaki colorways. Layer it over one of the three colorways of the Hemp Crewneck ($ 68), a cozy sweatshirt that goes with anything and keeps you warm around the bonfire. Those same three colors adorn the Hemp Zip Hoodie ($ 88).
For shirts, the long-sleeved Hemp Henley ($ 58) our new favorite evening go-to. With a generous collar and snug-but-not-tight fit, it comes in four colors: navy, turquoise, white, and dark khaki. The Hemp Polo ($ 58) might be the most comfortable polo shirt we’ve ever worn. With forgiving sleeves that never get anywhere close to the elbow and that soft cotton/hemp combo, it’s fit for the office and even better on the golf course. It comes in black, off-white, rust, and blue.
And then there are the T-shirts. We know we said the polo was the most comfortable one we’ve ever worn, but we really mean it this time. The Hemp Tee ($ 36) shirt simply rules, and it fits as good as it feels. It comes in off-white, turquoise, bright white, and navy.
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Warby Parker is renowned for great deals on stylish prescription eyeglasses. But did you know Warby also has a fantastic—and HUGE!—selection of sunglasses? It’s true. From Midcentury to Aviator and everything in between, with colored, smoked, and mirrored lenses, in all sizes and in most any price point.
If you thought Warby Parker was only a one-stop shop for great glasses, you’re in for a pleasant surprise. Head on over to warbyparker.com today and discover nearly 40 sunglass frames and dozens of lens styles to suit your individual taste.
Warby Parker designs all of its sunglasses in-house and makes them with high-quality acetate. It’s durable, hypoallergenic, and capable of holding exceptionally rich colors, plus it’s made to last for years. Every frame is hand-assembled and polished. After the raw material is cut into shape using a CNC machine, it’s tumbled with wood chips and hand-polished with a German wax compound. Warby also uses stainless steel and titanium for metal-framed glasses, because of their high strength-to-weight ratio.
Then they custom-cut and polish the edges of your lenses, all of which are treated with anti-reflective and scratch-resistant coatings. Warby Parker’s impact-resistant polycarbonate lenses block 100 percent of UVA and UVB rays. Lenses come standard with non-prescription glasses, but prescription lenses with all these features are also available (up to $ 120 extra). Once you choose your frames, simply upload an image of your eyeglasses prescription to your order (snap a photo or scan it in) and submit your doctor’s contact information. If you don’t happen to have your prescription handy, you can just send it to Warby Parker later.
I’ve Never Ordered Glasses Online. Help!
Online glasses have exploded in popularity over the last few years, and much of that is due to Warby Parker. The company was one of the pioneers of the online eyeglass market. Warby Parker makes the selection process simple by offering an excellent set of guidelines on how to choose the right glasses for you. Basically, there are five main rules to follow when buying new glasses:
Your pupils should be near the center of the lens
The lenses shouldn’t extend past the side of your face
Your eyebrows should not be inside the glasses; let ’em fly!
When you smile, your cheeks shouldn’t push the frames up
The frames shouldn’t slide down your nose
If you receive your frames and you love them but they don’t fit quite right, Warby Parker will fix the following issues at any of its retail locations, free:
The frames are too tight or loose behind your ears
The temples are too long or too short
The temples are too tight or loose at the side of your face
The frames are crooked or slide down your face
And if you’re not close to a Warby Parker location, most optical shops will make minor adjustments for free or a small fee. If they do charge you, WP will reimburse you up to $ 50 for a single adjustment within 30 days of purchase. Just email them the bill.
So if you still need to pick out a new visage for summer, head over to Warby Parker today and check out their huge selection of sunglasses. It’s a lot easier than you think. We’ve put together a selection of nine great sunglasses from Warby Parker below.
Intimate apparel manufacturer Be Wicked has announced a summer update to its packaging in time for ANME in July.
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Renowned for its rugged workwear, Carhartt makes a surprising amount of gear and apparel that’s fantastic for warm weather months. So we decided to share with you nine of Carhartt’s best summer clearance items, all on sale right now.
From shorts and t-shirts to shoes to polos, Carhartt’s warm weather gear is just as well made as its legendary dungarees. And while it all maintains that hard-working aesthetic, with plenty of earth tones and natural fibers, there’s a good amount of performance apparel as well. With cotton/spandex blends that move with you to moisture-wicking and odor-trapping polyesters, Carhartt gear is as versatile as it is tough. So it’s great for almost any outdoor occasion.
No matter if you’ve got a long day in the yard ahead of you, or a lazy afternoon hanging around on the lawn, Carhartt gear is comfortable, stylish, and durable.
We stuck with lightweight, spring and summer-ready gear for this roundup. However, if you love Carhartt’s amazing year-round, all-weather workwear as much as we do, the Clearance section is loaded with 77 items like coats, boots, flannels, and base layers on sale for up to 50 percent off right now. So it’s a great time to stock up on gear you’ll need year-round. There’s even activity-specific gear like wading bibs on Clearance.
If you love Carhartt as much as we do, you may want to consider up for its Ground Breakers Loyalty Program. You’ll earn points on the gear you already buy and stuff you already do, like writing a product review, taking a survey, and updating your profile. Rack up enough points and use them to get even more Carhartt stuff—like exclusives you can’t get anywhere else. Want to sign up? Anyone 18 years or older, living in the contiguous United States and Canada, can join.
So check out some of our favorite summer gear from Carhartt below. And if you’re like us, you’ll be checking back on the Carhartt Clearance page often. It’s a gold mine.
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6 best mates take to the beach for surf and sex, Aussie style! Wet and soaking theyre down on their knees, joined up – pussy to mouth in a cunnalingus circle. Its an orgiastic fuck fest of face-sitting, oral sex, and lesbian action.
Scene Number: 1
Studio Name: Girls Out West
Hot 97 released their official lineup for this year’s Summer Jam concert. With Cardi, Meek Mill, City Girls, and more performing we can say without a doubt the night is going to be lit.
“Grammy Award-winning artist and Bronx native, Cardi B, will take the Stadium Stage alongside rapper, songwriter, and activist, Meek Mill, two-time platinum selling Hip Hop group, Migos, and Tory Lanez,” a press release for the annual concert states. “Additional performers include A Boogie, who’s platinum-selling album Hoodie SZN recently reached #1 on the Billboard 200 charts, Rich the Kid, Funk Flex, Davido, Casanova, Melii, City Girls, Megan Thee Stallion, and Kash Doll, as well as numerous surprise guests, a staple element of Summer Jam.”
Many of your other up-and-coming faves will be in the building to perform as well. According to the announcement, “Trippie Redd kicks off the Festival Stage at 4:00 p.m. alongside City Girls, Blueface, Melii, Nicole Bus, and G4 Boyz.”
“Ask anyone from the New York area about Summer Jam, and I bet you they have their own personal story to share,” says Ebro Darden, assistant program director and host of Ebro in the Morning. “This is more than just a Hip Hop concert. It’s the party of the year where historic moments are made and the music & culture are truly celebrated. We’re excited to be back and thankful for the support the tri-state and the world have given us over the years.”
Tickets go on sale for the general public this Friday, April 5, at 10 a.m., but American Express Card Members can cop theirs today at hot97.com/summerjam.
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Get details on the Season 2 finale of MTV’s ‘Siesta Key.’
Thanks to Elias Pettersson, Vancouver is arriving ahead of schedule. Here’s how the Canucks take the next step, plus a look at their top prospects.
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For the foreseeable future, Offset will be looking mighty funny in the light after allegedly stepping out on his lady for women who are in Cardi B’s line of work but nowhere near her level of fame. Summer Bunni, the alleged mistress of Offset, apparently put together a track in honor of her relationship with the Migos rapper and insisting that she didn’t intend to be a homewrecker.
The Blast reports:
Summer Bunni tells The Blast, she penned “Don’t Matter” over the summer when she was experiencing “mixed feelings” about Offset. “I just wanted to write about how I felt at the time,” Bunni says, adding that she felt her emotions were being neglected during her brief fling with the hip-hop star.
As we’ve reported, Cardi B shocked the entertainment world this week when she announced a split with Offset after claiming the two had been trying to make the relationship work for a “long time.” Shortly after news broke, text messages went viral appearing to show Offset was trying to organize a ménage à trois with Bunni and another woman, Cuban Doll.
Bunni is mortified that she has been labeled as a homewrecker and says she never intended to be a catalyst for rapper’s split. “I really thought he and I were for real,” Bunni admits, saying she sincerely hopes the “Bodak Yellow” star can accept her apology one day.
If you want to hear the track, you’ll have to wait to next Tuesday (Dec. 11) or check out The Blast‘s exclusive teaser on their site.
We caught up with surfing icon Kelly Slater in New York during the launch of the Superocean Heritage II Chronograph 44 Outerknown watch, the result of a year-long collaboration between his clothing brand Outerknown and Breitling. Read our full interview below.
Men’s Journal: How did you team up to make this watch happen?
Kelly Slater: Breitling contacted us [Outerknown, the clothing brand Slater co-founded in 2015] about a year ago to talk about this idea and putting together a group of a squad with [pro surfers] Stephanie Gilmore and Sally Fitzgibbons, who are both long-time friends of mine. Breitling really wanted to represent what we mean to our sport, and give us the opportunity to include Outerknown by letting us design the watch bands.
So what’s unique about the band?
It’s made with Econyl, a yarn made with recycling fishing nets pulled from the ocean and then re-spinning back into a threading. We’ve created jackets that use it so the whole thing can be recycled. That was part of our beginning and why we launched the brand.
You’ve made your own surfboards and wave machines, so what made you get into clothing?
I just knew that something smelled a little fishy in the way clothing was made, so to speak. There was an epiphany moment. I was doing a fast for six days, I was just drinking water and about four or five days into that, I had just the clearest thoughts ever. I thought I’ve got to find out where our clothes are made when I was with another clothing company. I’ve got to find out who makes the clothes and where they’re made and what goes into it, and I need to know that whole thing because it’s provided me with so much in my life and I don’t know really anything about it. So, I started asking questions and I started getting roadblocks.
This sounds like a conspiracy theory.
I would say that it actually is. I went to a guy who worked for that company who was an artist—I’d known the guy for 20 or 30 years and figured he’d tell me. I went to his office, and I said, “Hey, I want to talk to you about something. I feel like I can get the answer from you before anyone else.” And he goes, “I don’t think you’re going to like the answers.” And he literally stood up and went and shut his door to his office and he said, “Alright, you want to talk about this? You’re just not going to like what you hear, because they’re going to buy everything as cheaply as they possibly can and make it for as little as possible, with people who don’t get paid very well, and don’t have a living wage and all that.”
You’d think for a clothing brand co-owned by a world-famous athlete, your photo would be plastered all over the website. But it’s not.
There were thoughts of calling it Slater, but I just want it to be about the clothing and more about the ideas than it was about me. My goal was to make good clothes the right way and let that stand the test of time. To me, it was more about creating this brand than it was trying to promote myself. Look, I’m proud of what I’ve done. It’s allowed me to have the access to create this company and get people that believe in the things I believe in and see what this could do in an industry that’s allowed that to happen because of what I’ve done. So, of course, I’m very proud of my accomplishments. I didn’t necessarily want to go and run the risk of being cheesy and “go buy Slater stuff.”
So are you adding clothing designer to your resume?
Well, the Apex Trunk is probably my signature piece because that’s what I live in. I worked on all aspects of the design on that trunk, but I don’t have the time to go in there and work on everything. I’m happy with it being tied to me saying the Apex predator. To me, I want to be a great white shark. When I compete, I want to be that top guy. It’s surprising that it’s not all neon though—when I was a kid everything on my surfboards was all orange and green.
I read that if you compete in the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics, it might be your last competition?
Yes, I wouldn’t say it would be my last event. I’ll probably still surf events for five years after I compete here and there. But I’m looking at potentially next year being my last full-time competitive year. And if I made the Olympics, then I would probably still compete somewhat consistently in the beginning of that year 2020, just to keep myself fresh and alert on how I need to compete, so I won’t be nervous at that time.
What does it mean for surfing to make it into the Olympics?
I can clearly see either side of it. I could be totally fine without surfing in the Olympics and I can be totally behind it as well. I see the benefit of it, and I also see that we do have a world tour that determines the best surfer in the world each year over the course of a whole year and all different kinds of conditions and I think the best surfer of the year ends up being a world champion. The pressure that’s put on the Olympics, I think, is really going to make the cream rise to the top, because you’re going to have to be just so confident in your game and what you’re doing, and decisive about that on that day, that somebody who is just a natural is going to win that thing.
You’ve been known to chase waves around the world. How do you pinpoint where the surf’s going to be?
When I first started, I had no idea. I would wake up in the morning when I was a little kid I’d take the wax off my board and my friends and I would ride our bike as fast as you can down to the beach. And most days in Florida it was nothing. As a kid, I didn’t know what made waves, I just knew that sometimes I’d wake up and the waves are big, and the wind is good. Then as a teenager, I meet a guy named Sean Collins who had a thing called Wave Track, which turned into what is now probably the biggest surf forecasting site in the world called Surfline. I was good friends with him from the time I was about 13 or 14, and he used to show me swell maps and how he would get weather maps from, say, Australia in June and July. He would be able to read what the storms are doing near New Zealand and he would know 10 days later those were going to hit the California coast. So he would have a good idea of size and interval. And then you look at local wind charts to see how it’s going to be affecting the local conditions.
I started to learn this stuff as a kid and then, through the websites and the apps that those guys have created over the years, it’s basically almost like you can self-teach any of this stuff. You go look at it and you get a good idea about how it works. But luckily there are still a few secrets about how to read them, because I love to go to Fiji and some of the websites will give an incorrect forecast and people don’t understand how to read it. If you know how to read it, it’s really obvious.
Once you hang up surfing competitively, what will you be doing?
I would say for probably a year or two I’ll travel more than I do right now. More short [surf] trips, just strike missions, like chase a swell. Right now I’ve been injured for the last year and a bit so I haven’t traveled, I haven’t chased a lot of swells down. But when I’m done competing full-time I’ll just have my eye constantly on what the ocean is doing around the world, and if I see a good swell in Namibia in July, I might go for two days. Last week, I was going to go to the Northwest coast of Africa and surf but I just kind of didn’t have the time.
Who is the next Kelly Slater?
The next guy is a kid name Eli Hanneman from Maui, he’s 15 and he’s unbelievable.
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Eminem didn’t necessarily ether rappers on his latest album, Kamikaze, but he sure as hell had a little venom for them.
In his visual to “Fall,” Em finds himself dealing with the negative fallout from his previous album, Revival, and ultimately ends up on the run from a shadow that’s stalking him like George Zimmerman.
Back on the block DJ Durel and the Migos cool off with some friends and fam at a block party where everyone’s turning up OG style in the early 90’s themed clip to “Hot Summer.” No one opened the pump for old school’s sake?
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Rich The Kid, Kxng Crooked and Family Bvsiness, and more.
EMINEM – “FALL”
DJ DUREL & MIGOS – “HOT SUMMER”
RICH THE KID – “LEAVE ME”
KXNG CROOKED & FAMILY BVSINESS – “WELCOME TO CALIFORNIA”
MYA – “GOT MY OWN”
BLAC YOUNGSTA – “UH UH”
AL JAZEERE – “OG BOBBY PT 2”
KRIS THE $ PIRIT – “RACK$ ”
SAUCE WALKA FT. HOODRICH PABLO JUAN – “MONEY GANG”
QUINCY WHITE – “MIRROR”
JALLAL – “THE TRUTH”
EARTHGANG – “UP”
WARM BREW – “PSYCHEDELIC”
A look at the best broadcast, streaming and cable has to offer as the fall TV season begins.
By Ian Fortey Published: August 26th, 2018
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Keira is definitely ready for summer with this colorful summer dress. However, it also looks like she’s ready for the hot, steamy nights of summer too – underneath she’s wearing only a pair of white french knickers and her white stockings.
This photo set featuring Keira is brand new to Only Tease today. Every day of the week that two to four brand new photo sets and videos for you to enjoy.
Visit Only Tease right now to see the entire gallery featuring Keira. Also at Only Tease today you can browse through a sexy photo gallery of a raven haired beauty teasing out of her pink minidress and an erotic video of Carole in a denim miniskirt and cropped top. Click here to take the free Only Tease tour.
You might not think you run hot until the humidity kicks in and that thin veil of perspiration creates a Rorschach test on the back of your nice dress shirt. Or your forehead starts dripping like an ice cream cone on asphalt.
Don’t curse your interior cooling system, when you can rig it with these grooming products designed to help cool your temperature and keep you looking fresh.
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Who will make their first All-Star Game in 2018-19? Our ESPN Forecast panel unveils its early projections.
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Summer lovin’ – Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are having a blast!
Summer weddings are occasions meant to celebrate life, love, and friendships. They’re also the perfect excuse to dance your ass off and showcase your style.
However, that’s nearly impossible if you’re sweating bullets in your go-to, year-round suit. That’s not to say all formal attire will ruin your good time. There are plenty of breathable fabrics and rich textures to keep you looking and feeling cool.
“Summer weddings should be an opportunity to showcase your personality and enjoy the weather—not dread it,” says New York-based stylist Paul Fredrick. “You just need to pick the right jacket and go from there.”
Common breathable fabrics include chambray, cotton, and seersucker, but you can find summer-friendly wool, too. With so many options, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Lucky for you, we’ve taken the guesswork out of finding the right rig to match any style. Scroll down to find yours.
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STORY: Lorde, The Foo Fighters and The Chainsmokers were among the acts who performed during the final week of the Festival d’été de Québec in Quebec City. The Dave Matthews Band closed out the two
Not even 100-degree weather could stop the large crowds of enthusiastic buyers and sellers from attending the Adult Novelty Manufacturers Expo (ANME), which kicked off Saturday evening with the XBIZ-sponsored “Welcome Black & White Party.”
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Ever since Sean Penn immortalized a pair in Fast Times at Ridgemont High, the Vans slip-on has been the definitive summer sneaker.
Introduced in 1977, they’re timelessly cool; sturdy enough for skate rats and toddler-chasing dads alike; and a cinch to pull on and off at the beach or pool. You can’t top that. Check out our favorite pairs of sandals and flip-flops for summer.
This article is part of our Summer School series, a comprehensive guide to acing the year’s best season.
We’re in the throes of summer, so it’s the perfect time to stock up on must-haves to beat the heat. If your wardrobe can use a little refresh, you have a few great options that not only will help upgrade your style this season, but will save you a few bucks in the process. And if you don’t want to leave your house to do that, good news: The Huckberry Summer Sale is happening right now. From swim trunks, sunglasses, T-shirts, and more, there are plenty of styles to give your summer wardrobe a little boost. Here, we picked some of the can’t-miss deals you should know about right now.
The Dates: July 11-16, 2018
The Deal: Up to 50% off on select styles and free shipping with orders $ 75 and more.
The Code: None
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The beach is nothing if not a great equalizer. Once you take off your shirt and you’re left with only your swim trunks, everyone knows what’s going on under the hood. And finding the right pair of shorts has never been easier, thanks to more brands designing versatile and stylish trunks that won’t break the bank.
When you’re shopping for new swim trunks, consider a few simple visual tricks: Vertical stripes create the illusion of a longer, leaner frame while horizontal ones (as well as bold patterns) can appear to add bulk. Stick with dark, slimming solids if you have thicker, muscular legs. If your legs are on the smaller side, steer clear of short inseams. These work best for average-height and smaller guys who need to show more skin to look longer. More focused on style? “Navy looks great on everyone and goes with just about everything, and red has been the standard for lifeguards on both coasts since the 1960s,” says Bill Carney, director of apparel at iconic board short brand, Birdwell. “Camo is a style staple that can be worn every summer.”
Whether you want to spend $ 35 or have a little room in your budget, here are a dozen stylish, affordable swim trunks you’ll want to rock in the sun this summer.
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- The world is in a pretty good place right now
- Thai kids story helped make us all better people
- NK and SK falling in love again!
- Three new technologies for cleaning CO2 from the air!
- Much, much more…The Summer of Love!
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We’ve rounded up our favorite facial lotions that boast SPF, and then some.
It’s been a wild ride for the Hawaiian shirt. But after more than 80 years of going in and out of style, the summer look is back—and it’s never looked better.
Today’s Hawaiian shirt is the ultimate throwback: Created in the 1930s, these vivid layers were originally known as aloha shirts (and are still called that on the islands), and they’ve been riding trend waves ever since.
The fashion world’s shift toward outlandish colors and patterns led to their recent resurgence, and because they’ve been around so long, they won’t look out of place at your next barbecue. The trick? Don’t wear anything that’s going to compete with your pineapple- or jellyfish-printed wardrobe addition.
When you can’t beat the heat, chill out with these movies that will have you celebrating summer.
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During summer, unconstructed sport coats will make you look—and, more importantly, feel—like the coolest guy in the room.
Every guy benefits from a well-fitting sport coat. But when the temperatures spike in summer, traditional jackets can turn into an oppressive sauna.
There’s a time and place for seersucker, but if you really want to elevate your look during those dog days, you need an unconstructed coat. Unlike most jackets, these thin variations have little or no lining, so they’re light and comfortable in the heat. Plus, in neutral shades, like those seen here, they’ll work well with the rest of your summer wardrobe—yes, even your T-shirts.
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Bea Miller and NOTD, who teamed up on the single “I Wanna Know,” stopped by ‘TRL’ with Sway Calloway to chat about their collaboration and inspirations.
For the third time in his career, the offseason revolves around LeBron James. Here’s everything you need to know about The Decision 3.0.
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Watch live on TIDAL.
- Whiteboard discussion
- Chairman Kim, show him respect, it benefits us all
- Powerful Pompeo message: We now have something we could lose
- Allowing this opportunity to go to waste would be tragic
- We should follow our President and Secretary of States lead
- Public opinion is closely tied to the governments actions
- Roseanne and Samantha Bee
- Sara Silverman tweet shows she is making progress
- Your movie ISN’T the “real one”, it’s just the one you’re experiencing
- People experience their own reality
- President Trump’s ability to crank insults up or down as needed
- Currently, our President is cranking them down
- Iran contrast persuasion is in play
- Being a friend of the US is a really good deal
- Being our enemy…not such a good deal
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It’s summertime, and celebrities are soaking up the sun across the globe! See how Lucy Hale, Derek Hough, Sofia Richie, Elizabeth Hurley and other stars are making the most of their summer vacations.
It may be summer, but if you’re not the sun and sand type, you’re in luck: Your best friend television is here to keep you company.
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Carrie Underwood knows how to
turn up the heat!
“Deadpool 2” isn’t the only eagerly awaited film this summer.