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By Michael Quintanilla and Michael Quintanilla,los angeles times | May 23, 1999
If life is a beach, you can bet that Tommy Bahama is there. Toes in the sand. Palm-tree-printed shirt blowing in the breeze, revealing his sunbaked torso and biceps.That's our hunky Bahama man; our kahuna of khaki.Maybe you've seen his comfy clothes: deck shorts, double-pleated plantation pants, polo and camp shirts in subdued solids, others with tropical flower-power star bursts and vintage-inspired island prints -- all in muted motifs, all in soft, draping, relaxed fabrics that feel like favorite clothes worn over and over.
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By Sloane Brown, For The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2012
Baltimore's party season is off and running after getting its kickoff last night with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra gala, which many folks consider the unofficial start to the fall party season. The next three months may be the most intense time of year when it comes to the dozens of shindigs dedicated to raising money for a number of non-profit organizations. The parties themselves are as varied as the charities they support, and the crowds they draw. Flip-Flop Festivus When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept.
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | February 17, 2000
Sarah Boone knows how to work hard, run hard and kick back. She also knows what to wear. By day, the business-location consultant for the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation is suited up in understated elegance. But get her in a tropical clime, and she's strictly Tommy Bahama. In fact, when Boone and her family vacationed in Jamaica last Thanksgiving, "We all wore our Tommy Bahama outfits. My sons thought it was cool, and my husband even wears it. It is absolutely, positively my breakaway from the work routine," says Boone, who lives in Annapolis.
SPORTS
By Matt Vensel | June 7, 2011
In case you missed it, Kevin Cowherd wrote a column for Monday’s newspaper on proper fan etiquette at Camden Yards. To sum it up, don’t drop your kid if a ball is hit to you. Don’t throw elbows and box out someone else’s kid to catch a foul ball. And whatever you do, don’t ever bring your baseball glove to the ballpark if you are legally old enough to drive yourself there. All no-brainers, right? But I would like to make one amendment to Cowherd’s list : If a fly ball is hit toward your seat, it is totally acceptable use a popcorn bucket to catch it like this Kansas City Royals fan did on Monday . It might not be as manly as catching it with your bare hand -- wearing jorts and a tank top will help compensate for that -- but you will score points with old guys wearing Tommy Bahama shirts.
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By MARIA BLACKBURN and MARIA BLACKBURN,SUN STAFF | May 21, 2000
Perfecting the face Think of Chanel's Visage Parfait Correction Perfection Face Kit as a paint-by-number kit -- for your face. The "creative correcting compact" contains four triangles -- one each of concealer, corrector, brightener and luminizer, plus a "line perfecter" pencil and a nylon applicator brush. Confused by the wealth of products? Don't be. The kit is designed to meet the needs of individual complexions and skin tones. Mix the corrector with concealer to hide skin imperfections.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,Sun Staff | April 27, 2003
Flying the stripes of summer Yipes. Big, bold, colorful cabana stripes are brightening up clothing for spring and summer and making us yearn for the beach. Alas, one doesn't want to overdo stripes for fear of looking like a rowhouse awning or an actual beach cabana. Your best bet is to pair one boldly striped item with a solid top or bottom and a pair of simple flats or slides. Ann Taylor Loft has the striped thing down with cabana stripe cropped pants (pictured, right, $39) in red and blue and a red split-neck shell ($29)
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By Sarah Kickler Kelber and Sarah Kickler Kelber,Sun Staff | December 15, 2002
It's getting colder outside, and maybe those snowman and icicle decorations aren't helping combat those chilly feelings. If that's the case, check out Tommy Bahama's tropical twist on the holidays. The company, which creates items in a "Tiki-Chic" style, offers holiday accessories including a limited-edition Christmas ornament patterned after its Pineapple Twist button-down shirt ($65), the holiday-themed retro-print tie ($55) and the Enchanted Evening beaded bag ($82), which features a palm tree against a blue, cream or rose background.
SPORTS
By Matt Vensel | June 7, 2011
In case you missed it, Kevin Cowherd wrote a column for Monday’s newspaper on proper fan etiquette at Camden Yards. To sum it up, don’t drop your kid if a ball is hit to you. Don’t throw elbows and box out someone else’s kid to catch a foul ball. And whatever you do, don’t ever bring your baseball glove to the ballpark if you are legally old enough to drive yourself there. All no-brainers, right? But I would like to make one amendment to Cowherd’s list : If a fly ball is hit toward your seat, it is totally acceptable use a popcorn bucket to catch it like this Kansas City Royals fan did on Monday . It might not be as manly as catching it with your bare hand -- wearing jorts and a tank top will help compensate for that -- but you will score points with old guys wearing Tommy Bahama shirts.
NEWS
September 7, 2008
At the Towson Farmers Market, there was one thing cooler than the cucumbers. That would be Baltimore County insurance agent Ted Hawrylak. What you see is what you get with this 51-year-old Catonsville resident. "My style and my attitude are similar; laid back and casual, easy to get along with." Age: 51 Residence: Catonsville Job : Insurance agent at the Towson New York Life office Self-described style : "Bold yet plain. Conservative, yet edgy." The look : Tommy Bahama lime green shirt.
BUSINESS
By CHARLES DUHIGG and CHARLES DUHIGG,LOS ANGELES TIMES | November 24, 2005
Tommy Bahama executives weren't dreaming of a white Christmas when they decided to sell custom compact discs in their stores this holiday season. More like something in tropical pastels. Aiming for a compilation of songs that would best reflect the resort-style clothier's relaxed, sand-between-the-toes image, they turned to Jeff Daniel, a 36-year-old "lifestyle music" consultant who helps upscale retailers select the music that goes into compact discs sold at their checkout counters. "Tommy Bahama customers want to be transported to tropical places," Daniel said.
NEWS
September 7, 2008
At the Towson Farmers Market, there was one thing cooler than the cucumbers. That would be Baltimore County insurance agent Ted Hawrylak. What you see is what you get with this 51-year-old Catonsville resident. "My style and my attitude are similar; laid back and casual, easy to get along with." Age: 51 Residence: Catonsville Job : Insurance agent at the Towson New York Life office Self-described style : "Bold yet plain. Conservative, yet edgy." The look : Tommy Bahama lime green shirt.
BUSINESS
By CHARLES DUHIGG and CHARLES DUHIGG,LOS ANGELES TIMES | November 24, 2005
Tommy Bahama executives weren't dreaming of a white Christmas when they decided to sell custom compact discs in their stores this holiday season. More like something in tropical pastels. Aiming for a compilation of songs that would best reflect the resort-style clothier's relaxed, sand-between-the-toes image, they turned to Jeff Daniel, a 36-year-old "lifestyle music" consultant who helps upscale retailers select the music that goes into compact discs sold at their checkout counters. "Tommy Bahama customers want to be transported to tropical places," Daniel said.
NEWS
By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,Sun Staff | April 27, 2003
Flying the stripes of summer Yipes. Big, bold, colorful cabana stripes are brightening up clothing for spring and summer and making us yearn for the beach. Alas, one doesn't want to overdo stripes for fear of looking like a rowhouse awning or an actual beach cabana. Your best bet is to pair one boldly striped item with a solid top or bottom and a pair of simple flats or slides. Ann Taylor Loft has the striped thing down with cabana stripe cropped pants (pictured, right, $39) in red and blue and a red split-neck shell ($29)
NEWS
By Sarah Kickler Kelber and Sarah Kickler Kelber,Sun Staff | December 15, 2002
It's getting colder outside, and maybe those snowman and icicle decorations aren't helping combat those chilly feelings. If that's the case, check out Tommy Bahama's tropical twist on the holidays. The company, which creates items in a "Tiki-Chic" style, offers holiday accessories including a limited-edition Christmas ornament patterned after its Pineapple Twist button-down shirt ($65), the holiday-themed retro-print tie ($55) and the Enchanted Evening beaded bag ($82), which features a palm tree against a blue, cream or rose background.
NEWS
By MARIA BLACKBURN and MARIA BLACKBURN,SUN STAFF | May 21, 2000
Perfecting the face Think of Chanel's Visage Parfait Correction Perfection Face Kit as a paint-by-number kit -- for your face. The "creative correcting compact" contains four triangles -- one each of concealer, corrector, brightener and luminizer, plus a "line perfecter" pencil and a nylon applicator brush. Confused by the wealth of products? Don't be. The kit is designed to meet the needs of individual complexions and skin tones. Mix the corrector with concealer to hide skin imperfections.
FEATURES
By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | February 17, 2000
Sarah Boone knows how to work hard, run hard and kick back. She also knows what to wear. By day, the business-location consultant for the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation is suited up in understated elegance. But get her in a tropical clime, and she's strictly Tommy Bahama. In fact, when Boone and her family vacationed in Jamaica last Thanksgiving, "We all wore our Tommy Bahama outfits. My sons thought it was cool, and my husband even wears it. It is absolutely, positively my breakaway from the work routine," says Boone, who lives in Annapolis.
NEWS
By Sloane Brown, For The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2012
Baltimore's party season is off and running after getting its kickoff last night with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra gala, which many folks consider the unofficial start to the fall party season. The next three months may be the most intense time of year when it comes to the dozens of shindigs dedicated to raising money for a number of non-profit organizations. The parties themselves are as varied as the charities they support, and the crowds they draw. Flip-Flop Festivus When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept.
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By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub and Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub,South Florida Sun-Sentinel | November 26, 2006
Real estate mogul Donald Trump has put his name on water, perfume, watches, even menswear. But that's not enough for The Donald. He's planning a home invasion. "Now the public can not only wear my clothes, they can sit on my couch," Trump said in a statement. Lexington Home Brands will add "Trump Home" to its stable of licensees, which include Tommy Bahama, Liz Claiborne and Bob Timberlake. The collection, to be presented at the April 2007 High Point Market, will include traditional and contemporary styles.
NEWS
By Michael Quintanilla and Michael Quintanilla,los angeles times | May 23, 1999
If life is a beach, you can bet that Tommy Bahama is there. Toes in the sand. Palm-tree-printed shirt blowing in the breeze, revealing his sunbaked torso and biceps.That's our hunky Bahama man; our kahuna of khaki.Maybe you've seen his comfy clothes: deck shorts, double-pleated plantation pants, polo and camp shirts in subdued solids, others with tropical flower-power star bursts and vintage-inspired island prints -- all in muted motifs, all in soft, draping, relaxed fabrics that feel like favorite clothes worn over and over.
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