These still count as wide, right?Read More
That photo is me running away from Esquire Man and embracing the 80s/90s Yuppie style.
Anyway, enjoy the newest bonus episode and some fun streams!Read More
I never thought I’d be writing about the late 60s-70s, much less feel like it’s had an impact on my style. Perhaps it’s because I grew a beard and started growing out my hair.
But certainly the wide lapels, long collars, and runaway collars already have a place in my existing style? Read on.
I normally don’t advocate anything from the 1970’s, but I’ll have to make an exception for these shoes. The Wallace & Barnes P204 is the right amount of outrageous that I’ve needed to inject into my wardrobe!Read More
Round three, here we go!
It’s taken 11 months for the LA weather to hit under 70F, so that means it’s time for actual fall/winter outfits. And what better way to do it than to bring back the Rollneck sweater.
We love to wear sportcoats. Suits definitely have their place, but we typically like to wear odd jackets and odd trousers just for the sake of being able to combine different colors and patterns. As most people know, the most versatile sportcoat is the navy one; it’s used as a grounding device to play with other pieces. Numerous fashion blogs talk about the navy blazer, but we’re different. We like classic clothes, but that doesn’t mean boring! Instead of the expected #menswear spiel , we’re going to show you some cool NON-NAVY sportcoats that happen to feature one of our favorite details: patch pockets.
Birkenstocks have been a huge trend in men’s fashion as of late. Normally, sandals aren’t my typical faire, but since receiving them as a recent gift from my mom, I decided to try and incorporate them into my style!