Silvia is living proof that you don’t gotta be a menswear-head to appreciate high waists and big leg openings.Read More
As we start to see a glimpse of a post-pandemic world, one has to wonder what the future of menswear will look like! It may not be #menswear, but perhaps something that mixes slouchy tailoring with streetwear, gorp, neo-ivy/prep, and a bunch of Seinfeld-meets-Sopranos.
I still haven’t seen either of those shows.Read More
Spencer and I discuss the dichotomy between style and fashion and how we couldn’t care less about it. Honestly though, whoever wins, we lose.
People say that warm weather is the best time for bold sportcoats. But what about our neckties?
A little bit of London came to visit the most British part of Pasadena this past weekend.
It seems that in the world of menswear, hats are a bit of a touchy subject. I think most of us agree that it’s an elegant piece that provides some old school vibes, but it’s difficult to put into practice. In those conversations, it’s mainly about fedoras and flat caps where the negative comments tend to be directed toward ballcaps and beanies. But truth be told, I really like the beanie.
Disclaimer: We received two complimentary ties and I decided to write about them.
Continuing our small coverage of affordable contemporary tie brands, I give you GENTL SUPPLY. They actually had to slide in my DMs since I literally shop for ties by searching “1930’s tie” on eBay. Go figure!
Reynolds Woodcock was one of the the premiere dressmakers in 1950’s London. It’s only fitting that his own wardrobe is on par with the dresses he creates. With a minimalistic approach to style, Reynolds looks simultaneously vintage and classic, with an air of fussy elegance to boot. This post discusses the style of Daniel Day-Lewis’ character in Phantom Thread.