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Don't take all the eating and drinking as license to show up in sweatpants this Thanksgiving. The goal should be comfortable classy.

Whether you’re searching for the last open store to buy aluminum foil or carving a bird fit to feed King Arthur’s court, you’ll need a rugged, yet pulled together outfit that’s not afraid to get a little dirty.

We’ve assembled today’s outfit with holiday craziness in mind.  You’ll look your best while enjoying maximum stain hiding power for whatever the day throws your way (notice the patterned sweater and pumpkin pie colored pants).

Enjoy and happy holidays!

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Cooking Thanksgiving dinner can be a stressful job. Even with hours of prep, one misstep could result in the dreaded bone-dry turkey.

To ease your mind and ensure you’re not walking on eggshells (unless, of course, it’s a pair of ours), we have five sure-fire tips that will yield a deliciously juicy turkey every time.

Enjoy, and happy Thanksgiving!

1. Fresh, not frozen

Buy a fresh turkey if you can. Ice crystals that form during freezing can damage the turkey and allow its juices to drain during cooking.

2. Bigger isn’t better

Smaller turkeys roast more evenly than large ones. So if you’re feeding a crowd, two small turkeys are a better option. They’ll also cook quicker.

3. Brine don’t baste

Throw your baster out – it’s taking up valuable cranberry sauce making time and not making your bird any juicier. Brine your turkey instead. You just need to dissolve some spices and salt in water (you’ll find plenty of recipes online), then submerge the bird in it for about 16 to 18 hours before cooking.

4. Don’t overcook

It sounds obvious, but couldn’t be more important. Your turkey will be fully cooked and at its juiciest when it hits 160 degrees. If you want to get high-tech, you can even pick up a thermometer that sends alerts to your iPhone.

5. Give it a rest

The intense heat of the oven forces juices into the center of the bird. Let your turkey rest under tented tinfoil for 20 minutes after cooking so the juices can redistribute.


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Temperatures have plummeted across the US this week. Odds are that if you’ve put off buying a winter coat, you’ll be in the scouring the net tonight after your fingers have thawed enough to type.

To help you along your way, we’ve rounded up our favorites for this season. 

The times of drab colored jackets puffy enough to suit the Michelin man have passed.  Men’s coats now offer a wide array of colors, patterns and interesting hardware. You’ll likely be wearing a coat almost every day for the next few months, take the time to find something that conveys your personal style.

When deciding on a style, one quick way to thin out the pack is to think about what shoes you’ll usually be wearing with the coat. Running around town in boots or sneakers? Go for a parka or duffle.  All decked out in oxfords? Keep it classy with a long topcoat.

Enjoy, and stay warm!

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Getting sick is absolutely no fun, but unfortunately so are most of the ways to avoid getting sick. Choking down horse sized doses of vitamin C, evading your colleague that never takes a sick day, slathering your hands with gallons of Purell…no thank you!

Fortunately, we’ve found four immune boosting activities that you can actually enjoy. Try these out and call us in the morning…

Get to bed

Research shows that our bodies need seven to eight hours of sleep in order to stimulate an immune response from our 'natural killer cells,' which attack viruses. So go ahead and hit the snooze button, it’s good for you.

Get to bed...Part 2

A study from Wilkes University in Pennsylvania found that people who have sex once or twice a week have stronger immune systems than people have sex less often.

Head to happy hour

A drink or two after work may help prevent colds. In one study, participants who had up to four drinks a day were less likely to develop colds than people who didn’t consume alcohol. The researches suggested that alcohol may limit the replication of cold viruses.

Enjoy a massage

Not only does a massage work out those knots, it also reduces cortisol (the "stress hormone") and increases immune response. In a 2010 Cedars-Sinai study, healthy adults who received regular Swedish massage over five weeks were found to have significant increases in disease-fighting white blood cells.

 


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With fall in full force, it’s time to bid farewell to our boat shoes and canvas sneakers and call in the cold weather lineup that can withstand the chillier climate.

Fall is all about leather and knit fabrics.  If you’ve already swapped your t-shirts for sweaters, it’s time to give your feet the same courtesy.  Look for leather and suede sneakers or boots, or stand out a little more with anything incorporating felt or tweed elements.

Here are our six favorites to give you some inspiration:   

Casual Shoes For Fall


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