No, Second Life is not a game. But yes, I am something of a gamer. In a vast sea of video games, the Elder Scrolls series (Skyrim, ESO et al) fits my gaming style best. And in a vast sea of hoodies for men’s mesh bodies, this one by TonkTastic fits my gaming style too.
In RL, a lot of guys don’t like wearing suits; they find them uncomfortably formal. But consider this, in case you didn’t know it: a lot of women are attracted to guys with the savvy and self-confidence to be at home in a good suit. When you know you look good, your positive self image makes you happier, not to mention more appealing. So we are in search of the best suits in SL. This week: the elegant new Hart suit by Deadwool.
I am often asked, “What should I wear to a club?” Without knowing more about the specific club, I often recommend a racer-style (not biker) black leather jacket. The streamlined, minimalist jacket is upscale without being ostentatious, and exudes masculine attitude while being quietly stylish. You can wear it with a shirt and tie to be dressy but hip, or wear it with a t-shirt for a more relaxed look.
My buddy Jaxon is a dedicated gym rat in real life. We decided to explore workouts in Second Life — and what to wear while toning our virtual bodies.
Anyone who knows me knows that I have a thing for leather. Without going into detail, let me just say that I move in circles where wearing black leather is natural. So it should come as no surprise to find me blogging about leather biker jackets in Second Life.
I could have been the Hoorenbeek poster boy. The Hoorenbeek men’s clothing store was like the cathedral of regular-guy clothes. When they converted to mesh, they were unbeatable. It was the go-to place for men’s wardrobe basics, especially shoes. I bought almost everything they made—suits, jackets, jeans, shorts, sneakers, dress shoes, tuxedos, coats, boots, t-shirts and more. I was a walking ad.