It’s been a while since my last style post.  I’m still getting the blog content under control.  As previously mentioned, hair and fashion go hand and hand.  Therefore, from time to time, I will be writing about some style points and fashionable items that inspire me.

I want to talk about the resurgence of the camouflage pattern in men’s fashion as it pertains to pants.  If you have been shopping this  fall/winter you probably noticed that camo prints are everywhere.  And I am obsessed with camo pants.  They obviously have a military feel but can be dressed up very easily.

Take a look at this handsome guy here:

Camouflage camo pants

He manages to take a print that Army guys wear and turns it into a great look with the use of an un-constructed blazer and a white shirt.  Simple but stylish.  This is a great look to copy when you want to dress up and not be too serious.

If you want to get these pants, Dockers makes some just like this.

Royal Razor Barbershop is continually improving its appearance.  This week I wanted to add some depth to the space, so I created a striped detail on a bump out section on a wall.

I used some Frog Tape and some white paint to create a rather cool look.  I then added some Ikea Ribba picture frames…haven’t placed anything in them yet.

Please let us know what you think about the shop’s latest improvement.

Royal Razor Barbershop and local Baltimore street wear brand, Agio Life, are teaming up to throw an event at Royal Razor on 7 November 2012.

Agio Life makes some really cool items for those with great taste and style.  Their items will be on sale at the event.

So come out cut listen to some great music and meet some cool people.  Look for future details about the event.

Glenford Nunez is a Baltimore photographer and creative force behind his own production company, TYP Photography Studio.  Mr. Nunez was recently recognized by the Baltimore City Paper as the winner of the “Best Photograpny Series”.

Be as cool as Glen and get a great haircut at our shop:

Royal Razor Barbershop
304 W. Baltimore St.
Baltimore, MD 21201


Best Photography Series – Glenford Nunez’s TYP Photography Studio’s The Coiffure Project

Published: September 19, 2012

TYP Photography Studio, 11 N. Eutaw St., (410) 660-5134

Local fashion photographer Glenford Nunez has shot some slick fashion spots for the likes of Relapse magazine and The Washington Post, but images that we just can’t turn away from fill up his Coiffure Project series. The idea is brilliantly simple: attention-grabbing photographs of black women with their natural hair. Nunez appears to be a detail-oriented photographer, as both his black-and-white and color images bear the mark of an eye attuned to how light is going to play off eyes, skin, and hair, and the results are striking photos of black women that are simultaneously fashion magazine-glamorous and 1968 raised-fist politically potent.

An element of the Royal Razor Barbershop website is style commentary because hair and fashion go hand in hand.  From time to time Royal Razor will be featuring clothes, music, and all things style related.

Our first style post is featuring Reebok’s “Time To Show Zip Boot”

Part of their Classics collection, nothing says look this way quite like this hightop. The classic mid-cut construction and rubber outsole are taken to a whole new level with fun additions like the side zipper and eye-catching gold lace eyelet and fabric details.

I absolutely think these are so sweet!


Royal Razor Barbershop, in Baltimore, MD, offers grooming services for men such as fades, scissor cuts, and hot towel shaves.  The barbershop specializes in cutting all hair types to include African American (black), Hispanic (Latino), straight, and curly hair.

Royal Razor
304 W. Baltimore St.
Baltimore, MD 21201