HELLO HIS, A BRANCH OF HELLO FASHION BLOG, SERVES AS AN ULTIMATE LIFESTYLE RESOURCE FOR MEN (AND YOU BEHIND-THE-SCENES WOMEN STYLISTS). HELLO HIS SHOWCASES A MAN’S STYLE AS A WAY TO COMPLEMENT AND ENHANCE ANY MOMENT LIFE THROWS HIS WAY. CODY, THE MAN BEHIND HELLO HIS AND A FREQUENT GUEST ON HELLO FASHION, DRESSES THE WAY HE LIVES – IN THE MOMENT. HIS LAID-BACK, FUNCTIONAL, AND SHARP AESTHETIC BLENDS CURRENT TRENDS WITH AN INTERNATIONAL INFLUENCE. CODY’S STYLE REFLECTS BOTH HIS MOTTO TO NEVER TAKE LIFE TOO SERIOUSLY AND HIS SPONTANEOUS, ADVENTUROUS LIFESTYLE WITH HIS WIFE AND THREE KIDS.
Looking for style inspiration for the rest of the family?
Good style is about looking good but more importantly it’s feeling good. Whatever moves you throughout the day, your look has to be able to keep up. The office is one place you might feel like you have to give up comfort for a sharp suit but you don’t want to be comfortable at that work meeting or during a conference room presentation. This suit jacket and trousers from Banana Republic has a great fit and also moves really well. You can wear it as a suit or add the jacket to a pair of chinos or jeans with boots for a more relaxed look for date night.
Check out more great pieces that can keep up with you no matter what your day holds:
Now that spring is around the corner it’s nice to have a lightweight shirt that still looks decent at work without getting too hot. It also allows you to wear it out for a nice dinner after you leave the office that night. Below are some other good pieces that can work for the office or date night.
Our stay at the Four Seasons Oahu was one for the books. I wanted to share 7 perks from staying at the resort and our 1 regret:
Striking a balance. When it comes to family vacations, it’s all about striking the right balance. There’s a good variety of activities for both adults and kids so it makes it easy to find the balance.
Guy time. Break away early morning with the in-laws and unless to play some golf. It’s an easy way to hang out with the guys and have a good time. Up top, next to the Four Seasons Oahu there was a world renowned golf course with a shuttle to and from the resort.
Surfing. This was the trip I finally learned to actually surf. It wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be and the cool thing is I had Wes, my 7 year old, out on the board with me.
Kids’ Zone. With video games, crafts, and other kids, the kids would stay there all day if I let them.
Splash Zone. The pool area was a big hit for everyone. The food was really reasonably priced and had amazing pina coladas.
Staying active. There was a nice gym and outdoor turf fields along with basketball and tennis courts so there was no excuse not to get your workout in for the day.
Convenience. The ease of not having to go anywhere once you get to the resort is a big win. From boogie boards and paddle boards to snow cones on the beach for me and kids, we really didn’t want to leave.
Biggest regret: my in-laws extended their stay a bit longer than us and when we got home we kept asking ourselves why we didn’t do the same. It’s one of those places that make you never want to leave.