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#SGF03: Badger State of Mind

Megan 'Style Girlfriend' Collins is currently one of the better dressed individuals in New York, but it wasn’t always that way. Megan’s always been stylish… she just used to be stylish in Wisconsin.

In #SGF03, Megan offered a stylized love letter to her home state. Don’t think Madison can compete with Madison Avenue? Tell that to Mr. Florsheim (and his peer in classic shoes, Allen-Edmonds).

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In addition to the Florsheim shoe kit, Megan packed up Milwaukee-based Colectivo coffee; summer sausage; a copy of Wisconsin’s (and America’s) best satirical paper, The Onion; and the “Packer Backer Mandle,” a candle so manly it emits the scents of Lambeau Field.

What’s the state of your style? Upgrade now by signing up for Style Girlfriend, starting with #SGF04.

#SGF01: Back to Basics

If you’re Megan "Style Girlfriend" Collins, sending guys items to clean up their act, where do you begin? With literally cleaning up their act.

In #SGF01, Megan wrote about the “grooming product cemetery” that is a typical lad’s shower. And she sent a whole bunch of upgrades, plus a fresh dopp kit to hold them. 

But you know another great thing about Megan? She recapped all the good stuff herself. Head over to Style Girlfriend for more pictures and full details on the mailing. And once you’re done, sign up for #SGF02 before it closes.

'Style Girlfriend' Launches on Quarterly

Megan Collins’ style blog has a simple but distinctive twist: It’s a guide to menswear from a women’s perspective. 'Style Girlfriend' is a great concept, not to mention a popular read in the Quarterly office. And it’s taken off this fall: Megan has recently been featured on GQ, the Huffington Post, and several other sites.

With her wealth of practical (and affordable) tips, we thought Megan would be the perfect debut Quarterly style contributor. And today, that wish comes true. Style Girlfriend is now live on Quarterly!

The great thing about an #SGF subscription is that anyone can sign up: not only men who want to look sharp, but the friends, family, and significant others who wish they’d stop wearing gym socks with dress shoes. Which makes it—ahem—a pretty great gift. It’s the holiday season, folks. Lend the bootcut boy in your life a hand.