“Mustard been a coincidence!”
We love a pun, and these ladies did our job for us in their submission subject line. Thanks to Memo-getters Clare, Carolyn and submitter/punner Gemma from Coley Porter Bell in London, we’ll go ahead and take the afternoon off.
Out of office plaid Memo! Dallas, Texas-based Justin Brands colleagues Clayton and Monica received the Memo at lunch, while New York-based Ken and Haley of The Morris + King Company were Austin-bound upon receipt of theirs.
If you’re wondering whether it’s white jeans season, why not consult the Memo received by these two sailors, William and Daniel, of Ralph Lauren Home. Special thanks to Jay Austin for the hot tip.
Some Memos mandate specific garments and some only color palettes. Boston College’s Katie, Jenn, Caroline, Kerry, Rosie, and Jen—in lovely shades of blue and turquoise—were evidently in receipt of the latter type.
This is such a marginal memo, you’d think Andy Morris himself submitted it (we kid, Andy; you’re the best!), but it passed the tough bar to make the Memo blog because it was taken from the official ride of Memo HQ, and they not only got the black-leggings-skimmers-helmets-neutral-tops-crossbody-bag memo, but they also read the part about how it’s bike season. Yay Spring!
Spring is for denim, and the Memos are flying accordingly. Vests, shirts, pants, scrunchies, whatever you like (oh, how we wish we’d spotted a denim scrunchie). The lovely lad and ladies of BCBGeneration (above, top) and the fine folks of Fleishman-Hillard Chicago (above, bottom) may have left a Memo on the printer, or accidentally replied all. Either way the DeniMemo was shared broadly.
Only MTV memos would be so cool as to mandate such looks as those outlined by the memos these two stripey-pantsed staffers received. Beetlejuice would be proud. Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetle…
If you have Instagram, Twitter, or really just general internet access, you may be all too aware that there was some action in Austin last week. It was called SXSW, and it was awesome. Turns out: the hot app of the year was a Memo! The Morris + King Company’s Andy Morris and Crisp Media’s Tom Limongello are proof and also because we said it was so.
Props are the ultimate Memo post script-mandated accessory, and, well, food is good. On consecutive days, Larry, Sebastian, Larry and Paul, inhabitants of the K2 Media Labs office in Manhattan, were in receipt of a pastel-plaid-button-downs-pants-and-snacks-and-phones-or-tea Memo. Fancy that.