Eustace

Beards
Beards
Beards
Beards
Beards
Beards

Eus.tace [yoo-stuhs] noun

a male given name: from a Greek word meaning "steadfast".

Inspired by this week's New Yorker magazine cover and the source of all hip and happening things, Brooklyn males, we bring you beards. With a twist.

The most featured bearded man in this post is husband to creative Salt Lake resident florist Sarah Winward. Why stop with vases, when a bushy beard is available?

And now a note from Tea and Scones:

Yesterday my man and I headed down to Islington to get his whiskers clipped at a barber shop called Sharps. This led to quite a long conversation about beards.

I'm told they're practical in a much as they keep a man's face warm and let's be honest, the lazy man's secret weapon. Personally I think they make an excellent accessory - in some cases a bit like a feature wall in an otherwise bland room.

A beard brings a lot to the party. It can sit comfortably in a three-piece suit and works equally well stripped down to just a swagger and not much else. You get the point - I like a man with a beard.

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