If you’re an athlete you love having apparel from you’re sport. Wether it’s a club team, college or at the professional level. Sideline Swap is the way to go. You can sell trade and buy things pertaining to your favorite sport. They even have stuff worn by pros and top college players. If you’re a lacrosse player like I am, this is heaven. They have helmets, heads, and uniforms worn by household names. Check out the website, sidelineswap.com, create your own locker where you can sell and trade. Give them a follow on twitter for some sweet promos as well(@SidelineSwap).
Founder Brendan Candon attended Chaminade in NY and played lax at Holy Cross as well.
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Are you headed to ACK to see the first major regatta of the Northeast this year? If so, you should probably stock up on some new threads to replace the favorite shirt or hat that you will invariably lose during the weekend.
For a great deal on things you love, check out the Tuckernuck online store over at UScoop.com.
True trivia about The Boss: I have a classmate named after Tuckernuck Island
This series of posts is intended to serve as a crutch for the unimaginative boarding schoolers who have to follow a specific dress code (coat, tie, khakis).
We all realize that many boarding schoolers have credit cards (their parents or their own), which can be used to add to their weekly wardrobe. Rather than wearing the same three pairs of pants and ties every week with that old, shiny Ralph Lauren blue blazer, I’ll be giving you tips/ideas for new clothing items you can purchase to swag up your style while still following the dress code.
For the first post of the series, I figure it’s safe to say every prep needs at least one bow tie in his rotation of ties. Learning how to tie your own bow tie is an essential rite of passage to being a gentleman.
Cordial Churchman – Waite Bow Tie
Light blue and pink stripes
Seeing as how it’s Spring and all, it’s time to hide your bright red and green Christmas ties away in your suitcase. May is the perfect month to rock linen bow ties. This combo of Baby Blue and Pink will go well with almost any colored blazer. Try to match it with a ribbon belt too.
The Cordial Churchman offers some pretty unique hand made bow ties which are half the price of most preppy bow ties on the market. Check out their story and get yourself a new bow to add to your boarding school wardrobe.
Why let the guys have all the fun…
The “Wedge” Collar by johnnie-O is setting the new standard for style and comfort. This pique polo shirt has all the flair and innovation you’ll ever want, yet the classic, traditional look that you desire.
The “long” version is about 1.5 inches longer than our original Women’s Wedge collar polo.
95% Cotton/5% Spandex.
Ladies, if you go to prep school, hit the links, wear The “Wedge” Collar, or all the above hit me up. The “Wedge” Collar by johnie-O is something I am really digging on prep school girls this Spring. Click the photo above to get your hands on a “Wedge” Collar today!
Southern Dignity has been a company that I have been watching for awhile. They were developing a website to showcase their threads, and just launched in the past week. I’m a big fan of their bowtie & suspenders combos, although they may have picked this combo before the Crimson Tide rolled the LSU Tigers.
They have a really cool collection of SEC mascot themed ties, so check them out at http://www.southerndignity.com/
Eastbay Breast Cancer Awareness flat shoe laces will add a nice touch to your breast cancer awareness event. Flat laces made of 100% polyester and are sold in pairs.
Swag for a good cause. Need I say more? Pick yours up here.
To kick off our own Swag line, I have decided to begin with something simple, yet elegant. Wrist-bands were huge when Livestrong came out. Then, every cheap company had to make their own knockoffs causing the wrist-band fad to fade. Now however, wrist-bands have come back into the prep school light. These exclusive T&V wrist-bands are just as good quality as Livestrong, and will be the prefect preppy accessory to any outfit.
Twines and Vines Wrist-bands are going on sale for $3, but I only have a limited amount. Like us on Facebook, and comment on our wall post to reserve yours now!
If you are interested in purchasing a small amount of bands and selling them on your school’s campus email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
P.S. I will be building a store that will be put on the site where you can purchase your own wrist-band via PayPal. Via the website, the bands are $3.49 including shipping.