The fantasy of all foot fetish buffs comes alive!!! BRB, i just got a call from Quentin Tarantino… Anyway, it started with a sporty fivefingers from Vibram and now a dress shoe?! Seriously?! I am so scared that we might wear an underwear version of this soon.
This is going right up on the inspiration board at Carmichael Lynch for the next Jack Link’s “Messin’ with Sasquatch" campaign.
The Style Blogger, a.k.a Danny “Did It My Way” Trepanier, did a post on “rethink[ing] your polo shirt” yesterday. For all I know this one could have revolutionized the way blogs are written or the way we all should look at our polo shirts, but I can’t tell you whether that’s a true statement because all I saw was a pair of sunglasses completely clashing with the skull on which they are situated. I mean, we all know that Canadians are known for their beady little eyes, so why would one ever want to bring attention to this universal truth? I don’t know, man…
A dude in platform sandals with some bullshit half-tucked shirt is about as visually pleasing as Goatse popping up on your laptop while you sit in the front row of a 150 person lecture because your hung over college roommate thought it would be funny to embed it in a link described as “my 21st birthday celebration” or some shit like that.
No, that has never happened to me.
Mike by oalfaiatelisboeta on Flickr.
Porto seems to be full of stylish men … why isn’t this the case in the city I am living in.
This is so slovenly put together and unkempt that it looks more like he was caught doing the walk of shame than posing for some street style.
Roger Federer + Nike Air Yeezy II
I dunno, I always pictured homeboy dressing and behaving like the dude from Dinner for Schmucks.
is it ok to pair double monks with streetwear?
Fastening your belt through the left loop is really, really cool. It makes you an individual. It screams my relationship with my denim is so filled with lust and excitement that I cannot even bear to treat them like a normal pair of pants. And this is all fine and good until the moment Miles Davis over here finds himself in a McDonalds bathroom desperately trying to unbuckle the God damned thing, sharting all over himself.
Function over form, my friends.
- Wallace & Barnes Pants (Olive)
- H&M Leather Keychain (Brown)
- Secret Wash Shirt (North Sea)
- Utility Sportcoat (Gray)
- Flecked Cardigan (Light Tan)
- H&M Scarf (Red/Tan)
- Dockers Socks (Blue)
- Alden Wingtip (Cavalier Brown)
A button stance that is two inches above the solar plexus? Looks like a target for the One-Inch Punch. Even the noobiest of noobs in all of menswear can see the imbalance created by said retarded button stance with that cheesy cardigan.
What do you suggest for a solid college kit? Something simple that be put on quickly
You can throw a snuggie on in about .3 seconds, and it really doesn’t get any simpler than a backwards robe. I hope this helps.
We have brought a new range of fabrics in our signature “One of a Kind” styles into the shop.
Anthony is wearing the Burnt Orange Velvet jacket, which will be sure to be noticed. This is one of only very few times Joe has ever made a jacket from velvet, so it is an extra special occasion.
We will be posting more unique jackets as we get them in.
Too bad Warhol isn’t alive to see this; he’s probably rolling in his grave at the thought of someone stealing his thunder.
Sometimes the English language presents an injustice to its speakers. I am looking for a word that conveys an extremely foreign, uncomfortable feeling with which I am overcome having looked at this picture. In a phrase, that would be “shocking, in a pejorative sense, resulting in feeling both uneasy and completely disappointed with humanity at the same time.” Words like “horrified” and “appalled” do not exactly convey this message. With pictures like this floating around the internet—collar gaps, putrid color combinations and tie knots so dull they make the thought of watching professional darts on ESPN sound interesting—the English language needs to evolve, and fast.
I’ve also been wearing a lot of Rick Owens. It’s like hard-core jailhouse streetwear with a high-end gothic feel.
Or that picture has certainly been Photoshopped because I refuse to believe anyone would walk into a barbershop and actually request such an abomination. In fact, I think Gallup recently uncovered that something like 67% of all New Yorkers would actually prefer to leave their barbershop having been the recipient of numerous razor burns and a 15 minute bukkake session (you can click that, I’m not that sick) than the recipient of a mullet with faint, asymmetrical edges shaved into their sideburns. WOOF.
Leopold Maria Pesch
Unbutton your suit jacket when you take a seat. This will prevent unsightly lines in the fabric which is caused by stress on the buttons. Otherwise, you end up running the risk of looking like a television broadcaster (which is never a good thing).