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Raise a Glass

Raise a Glass

Triumph Brewing Company’s Red Bank location has been brewing (cough, cough) for years, ever since it was approved along with the West Side Lofts project back in 2011. But our long wait for the restaurant and brew pub is nearly over! After undergoing extensive interior construction for the past two years, the restaurant’s beer vats […]

How to Wear a Crop Top

How to Wear a Crop Top

Crop tops are everywhere right now, but it takes guts (and not much of a gut!) to wear them. Thankfully, Garmany has plenty of crop tops in the store that take more of a “meet and greet” approach to the trend, that is, the cropped top sort of meets the pants or skirt below so […]

Biking the Jersey Shore

Biking the Jersey Shore

Like to bike? There are plenty of great options at the Jersey Shore, providing beautiful views of the ocean, woods and wildlife while you ride. Read on for a few of our favorites: Sandy Hook Bike Path This paved, flat path spans the length of the Sandy Hook peninsula, stretching 8.5 miles from the Park […]

In Case of Emergency

In Case of Emergency

Heading out for a summer adventure? Sure, you’ve got the sunscreen and bug spray packed, but will you have what you need in case disaster strikes? Here’s what a survival expert says you should have with you so you’re prepared for just about everything. Pack it all in a six-by-10 inch makeup bag or a […]

The Biggest Shoe Trends For Fall

The Biggest Shoe Trends For Fall

It might be hot outside right now, but here at Garmany, we are already thinking fall, and stocking up on the latest trends in footwear so that you can look cool as the weather cools. Check out the styles for both women and men. What’s the must-have shoe for ladies this season? Booties. Sure, they’ve […]

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Seersucker

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Seersucker

Seersucker first became popular in Great Britain’s warm-weather colonies like British India. It was called shirushakar in India, or shir o shakka, Persian for “milk and sugar,” according to the Encyclopedia of Textiles. This was probably from the resemblance of its smooth and rough stripes to the smooth texture of milk and the bumpy texture […]

Not So Mellow Yellow

Not So Mellow Yellow

Kate Middleton recently wowed in Germany wearing a Jenny Packham fit-and-flare dress in a saturated shade of sunflower yellow. The color was new for the Duchess, which got royal watchers talking, but she’s totally on trend—the hue was spotted all over the resort collections, on runways for the unveiling of Fendi, Michael Kors and Stella […]

Maxi Style With a Maxi!

Maxi Style With a Maxi!

Ahh, the maxi dress. This time of year, it’s as ubiquitous as shorts and a T-shirt. The good news is that it can be just as comfortable but much more flattering and fashionable. The bad news is that if you’re not careful, it can look like a nightgown that has swallowed you whole. So how […]

England vs. Italy: Sartorial Showdown

England vs. Italy: Sartorial Showdown

In the world of men’s tailoring, there are two highly influential styles: English and Italian. The English style is epitomized by the traditional tailoring houses of Savile Row in London’s Mayfair neighborhood. The Italian look is more geographically diffuse, although Naples (as represented by the incomparable Gianluca Isaia), is arguably “the most Italian” style. What […]

Answers to Your Questions About Fine Leather

Answers to Your Questions About Fine Leather

What is peccary? A peccary is an ugly-ass wild pig found everywhere from Mexico to Argentina. Peccary leather is among the best for making shoes and gloves: It’s soft, flexible, durable and good looking, with a pebble texture. The textured leather of these cap-toe derby shoes is peccary. Soft and flexible, peccary shoes are comfortable […]