Let’s dive into my favorite word to describe my approach to menswear and why I think it’s actively good to avoid being stuffy.Read More
I’ve spent many an essay talking about how I’ve intentionally picked a certain piece or done a style move based on an aesthetic, but it’s about time I wrote a singular article on why having an aesthetic (or a POV) is important.
There’s also a podcast episode about it too!Read More
Let’s finish off the year with a subject that I’ve been waiting to talk about for a long time.Read More
More like fuck ivy, am I right?Read More
A podcast and brief essay about money, our career, and how it affects my method in buying menswear.Read More
Despite owning more watches than Spencer, I still don’t think I’m a real watch guy. Enjoy this essay and podcast, which revolves around me trying to reconcile these thoughts!Read More
You wanted a full episode on headwear for fall, here you go! To be clear, not every piece listed starts with a “B” – we tried.Read More
Let’s dive into the Armani designed, vintage-inspired attire of one of the best popcorn movies I’ve seen: Brian De Palma’s The Untouchables (1987).
Thus starteth the lesson.
A big part of this blog is being intentional about the menswear aesthetic you want. My issue early on was that I didn’t know what aesthetic I wanted. In short, I didn’t even know what being “Ethan” meant.
Read on and enjoy the podcast episode about how long and anxiety-inducing this path was for me (and Spencer).
And if you’re wondering, yes, that first picture is supposed to be cringe.