Tallying Tip-Top Style

Andrew Goldstein maintains a charming legacy
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Andrew Goldstein, the founder of a multimedia marketing company, Tally Entertainment Group, is seen stylin’ at the Charlie Park rooftop bar on the eighth floor of the AC Hotel by Marriott in Downtown Tallahassee. Photo by The Workmans

Andrew Goldstein is an observer. From a young age, he observed that people reacted to his grandfather with reverence. Many knew Goldstein’s grandfather as a businessman, yet even those who didn’t know him looked on admiringly.

Watching and learning from his grandfather, Goldstein set out to become a successful business owner with particular attention to style.

It’s all about the details.

A designer watch glints in the sun as he extends a handshake; a perfectly tailored suit is noted during his meetings with clients; a boldly hued printed tie leaves an impression. In other words, he’ll have new clients calling up “the guy with the fun tie.”

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A timeless timepiece like this one from Hublot makes a powerful statement. And that, really, is what Andrew Goldstein is all about — making lasting impressions, personally and on behalf of his clients. Photo by The Workmans

As the founder of Tally Entertainment Group, a full-service multimedia company encompassing videography, photography, social media, web design and photo booth rentals, observational skills align with the job description.

Goldstein and his team stay abreast of trends to remain cutting edge in their service offerings. He operates in an industry that anticipates not only what the consumer wants today but also what they could need tomorrow.

“Tally Entertainment stems from a marketing and general interest standpoint in order to make an impression on our clients, who in turn make a lasting impact on their audience,” said Goldstein. “We are in the business of making and preserving memories.”

Much of Goldstein’s time is spent getting to know his clients to best portray their desired message. He observes how they operate, what they do, what their culture is and how they represent themselves internally and externally. To Goldstein, much of who a company or individual is can be defined by how they display themselves in the world.

“The way we dress and carry ourselves is our own personal brand,” said Goldstein. “Style is about expressing yourself as an individual and telling the story of who you are.”

Goldstein’s happens to be one influenced by the clean-cut, well-tailored prep school stylings of his home state of Connecticut. A navy-blue sport suit over a pastel plaid button-down topped with a coral paisley bow tie wouldn’t be an uncommon outfit for Goldstein.

As a proud University of Hartford graduate and always a Northeasterner at heart, Goldstein moved to Tallahassee in 2020; a difficult time to move anywhere, but he decided to find the bright side, quite literally, through his clothing.

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Manhattan in hand, Andrew Goldstein, a native of the Northeast, sports an outfit that includes a shirt from Purple Label by Ralph Lauren; trousers from Sandro; a watch from the Movado Bold collection; and shoes by Christian Louboutin. Glasses on table are from Polo by Ralph Lauren. Stunning jacket is by Turnbury. Photo by The Workmans

“I love bright, bold colors and eye-catching patterns, anything that stands out,” said Goldstein. “I dress professionally but with an edge, blurring the lines a bit.”

Goldstein is a longtime Polo brand wearer. Most recently, however, he’s filled his closet with Australian brand Hotel Franks by Camilla, a globally inspired collection exotically embellished with animal prints, florals, palms, paisley and brocade.

On the weekends, you won’t find Goldstein on the couch in sweats. Instead, he can be found out and about, socializing in a vibrant silk Camilla shirt, a tailored pair of trousers and always well accessorized with a classic timepiece and statement-making designer sunglasses.

To Goldstein, every day provides a networking opportunity, whether serving on the Tallahassee Young Professionals board, working out at F45 Training Tallahassee Midtown or frequenting the city’s latest hot spots.

Goldstein is a people person. It’s apparent in the industry he chose and his need to connect with others and advocate for their stories through his company’s services.

“I take pride in providing quality service and the best products, but more than those things, I just genuinely enjoy helping people, especially entrepreneurs.”

The nature of a professional is reflected in his clothing, and for Goldstein, it’s joyful, radiant and vivid. Just as he takes note of others, Goldstein is likely to be noticed.

“Anywhere I go, I want to make a lasting impression,” said Goldstein. “I hope people see me and remember me. I’m constantly marketing myself within the marketing world.”

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Bathed in a warming sun, Andrew Goldstein looks chill in sunglasses by Gucci; a shirt from Haupt; shorts from Hotel Franks by Camilla; and a watch from Hublot. Photo by The Workmans


Professional Style

» “I love bright, bold colors and eye-catching patterns, anything that stands out. I dress professionally but with an edge, blurring the lines a bit.”

Casual Look

» Goldstein is a longtime Polo brand wearer. Most recently, however, he’s filled his closet with Australian brand Hotel Franks by Camilla, a globally inspired collection exotically embellished with animal prints, florals, palms, paisley and brocade.

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Photo by The Workmans

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