The Christmas List. In July.

Yep.  My mom and my mother-in-law are the types that like to do their Christmas shopping early.  I get asked – ‘what do you want for Christmas?’ when it’s +90 degrees outside.  As of today, here’s what’s on the list:

(L-R from the top left)

1. Luminox 3501 Blackout: Tough.  And mean.
2. Tiffany & Co. Engine Turned Belt Buckle: It’s time to have this in the rotation.  Gator strap soon to follow…
3. UGA Golf Visor: Any of those colors would work
4. ‘Curcuital’ by My Morning Jacket: Rock.
5. Leupold GX-2 Range Finder: Invaluable on the golf course.  I’ll never need to find a sprinkler head again.
6. Smathers & Branson Fox & Hound Key Fob: Anything with the Fox.
7. Oakstreet Bootmakers Beefroll Penny Loafers: Perfect loafers.  These fulfill my quest for the boat shoe replacement.

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8 Comments

  1. Bobby S.
    06/21/2011 / 8:34 AM

    I got the Tiffany Belt Buckle as a gift for graduation. Still don’t have a strap for it, any suggestions on where to look?

  2. 06/21/2011 / 10:37 AM

    Have two pairs of the Oakstreet loafers. These are gold.

  3. Brandon
    06/21/2011 / 6:00 PM

    That Luminox Watch is awesome. I’ve been looking at Luminox watches in the 3000 original series and was leaning towards the blue 3003 but you may have just given me another option!

  4. Casey
    06/21/2011 / 6:09 PM

    Sick loafers!

  5. 06/22/2011 / 1:55 AM

    I’m sweating those loafers hard. A definite must-have.

  6. James
    06/24/2011 / 11:13 AM

    Have the watch in blue & couldn’t be happier to have it in the rotation. And the new MMJ album is ridiculous – highly recommended.

  7. BB
    07/03/2011 / 11:43 PM

    those loafers are very nice. another loafer suggestion is the classic bass weejuns. specifically jcrew had a very nice penny beef roll weejun out a couple years back from bass. just another thought for the bay. hstockton also has a reasonably affordable belt buckle and straps. right up your alley in atlanta. can never go wrong with brooks brothers straps either. just make sure the measurements are correct. a lot of companies offer 1″ versus 1 3/16″.

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