Crepe soles and Quoddys. More on the workshop visit here…
The Quoddy story in a nutshell. But more here…
Herring. Suitsupply. Peal & Co. - Suede for the summer.
Mother fucking need. Mother fucking now. Via J. Fitzpatrick.
Bob Slydell rocks the leather suspenders. So good I had to acquire a pair for myself.
Perhaps functioning buttonholes aren’t all they are cracked up to be… Here’s why.
Barker Black, Spring 2013 pt. II
Barker Black, Spring 2013 pt. I
I understand the practical aspect of black tie optional, that is, ‘we (the hosts) prefer you wear black tie, but realize that it may be a financial or logisitical burden that would make it not feasible to wear.’ However, I follow the school of thought that goes something like ‘half measures avail us nothing.’ That is, you either require black tie or you do not even present it as an option. There is no middle ground or ‘optional.’ Continued thoughts on black tie optional…
Indochino is in Philadelphia until May 27. Stop by Monday the 20th, as I will be offering guidance and advice on the Indochino process and men’s style in general.
How Baz Luhrmann bastardized The Great Gatsby and looks of the men’s style from the movie.
For Mother’s Day. Jacket: vintage Austin Reed. Pants: Lands End. Shirt: CottonWork. Tie: Chipp2. Suspenders: Albert Thurston. Shoes: Shipton & Heneage.
Oh, the virtues of linen and fresco…
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