Slight delay with the site launch, but we’re almost finally up and running! On Feb. 24th, be sure to check out VISU△L 94.com!
Remember earlier this year when I said “expect the unexpected”? Well here’s the unexpected! I’m closing down my blog and moving to my own domain!
For weeks I’ve been contemplating about my blog. I wanted to make it so much more than what it was, I just wasn’t sure what I wanted. This new year has really given me a chance to refresh and get a clear focus. I think I’ve finally gotten things the way I want them, and moving to the domain will really move things forward. So! It’s my pleasure to introduce to you all, VISU△L 94. My blog, but better! More features, more postings, more fashion. I’m so excited for you guys to check it out come February 3rd.
Thank you to all that have followed me so far! It means the world to me that people are actually interested in what I have to offer. I hope you all will continue to follow on the site’s coordinating Pintrest, Instagram, Lookbook, and Twitter accounts.
See you all soon,
Michael Houston Carr
I thought about being simple and just wearing the button up with the chinos. But this awesome sweater was just begging to be worn over it! (Plus it’s kind of chilly out!)
Sweater, Chinos: American Eagle
Shoes: Minnetonka Moccasin
Watch: Michael Kors
Layer on the Denim!
Key element in men’s fashion all year round! Possibly one of the most versatile pieces in your closet. Perfect for dressing up or down, layering over or under items, you just can’t go wrong! IF you don’t own one, you seriously need to consider doing some shopping.
[Image courtesy of fashionbeans.com]
The Click Five – Just the Girl
So for this week’s Music Monday, we’re going back to 200….5? I believe? So crazy it’s still on my iPod after all these years, but it’s just so damn addictive. Before there was One Direction, there was The Click Five. The band released one album, featuring this week’s song (which was a smash!), before the lead singer left and got replaced and they became all moody. However, this plus their “Greetings From Imrie House” album is how I choose to remember them.