May 2015 Bombfell Review & Coupon

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Apart from my ample T-shirt collection, my summer wardrobe largely comprises tired shorts and shirts from years past, so I was glad to see my Bombfell options shifting with the seasons.  Bombfell is a men’s clothing and personal styling subscription service. With Bombfell, you get sent the clothing, can try it on at home, and then figure out what you love and want to purchase. It’s an excellent service for a busy guy. For this delivery I opted for 4 surprise items “For the Weekend.”

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There was some nice variety in my box.  I got some colorful chinos, golf-style shorts, a sharp polo and a comfy V-neck tee.IMG_3872

Original Penguin P55 Dyed Straight Chinos ($69).  I have a lasting trauma related to green pants, so these probably aren’t for me.  The color is pretty, though, and penguin pants have a flattering fit that is snug on the thighs with a straight front.

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Age of Wisdom Modal Slub 3-Button Short Sleeve Polo ($69).  This is a keeper for me.  The fabric is a nice smooth weave that is revealed to be salt and pepper color upon closer inspection.  The bold white stitching reminds me of a leather jacket I saw in two recent GQs.

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Original Penguin Solid Basic Short ($65).  Straight front and an unoffensive deep blue, this is a classic golf and all-purpose short.  I like the khaki-style shorts for summer, as they are dressy enough that you won’t look like a bum or you are coming from the gym, but they are cool and comfortable enough to do yard-work in without getting swampy.

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A shot of the back.  The pockets have no top flaps, so they should be less bulky (and more comfortable) to sit on.

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Pact Everyday V-Neck Short Sleeve Tee ($19.99).  This piece has a classic V and has a smooth feel to it.  I prefer the V-neck style for non-graphic tees.  They actually go well with a blazer for a beach-to-dining-on-the-patio transition.

I kept three of my four selections out of this curation.  Typically, there will be one item I love, two that are wardrobe essentials I can definitely use, and one I’m on the fence about.  I find its a great way to steadily update my wardrobe without having to invest the time in a mall trip, and I the stylist selection allows me to rely on something other than my own fashion sense.

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