1. downeastandout:

    (LL)

    Haven’t we learned anything from How to Make It in America?  Jeans with back pockets like that gets your show cancelled.  

    (via downeastandout)

  2. picotdapperdebonair:

GANT

"Coffee?  Really, woman?  I said ex-lax, you wench!  I need to shed some pounds to fit underneath all this layering.”

    picotdapperdebonair:

    GANT

    "Coffee?  Really, woman?  I said ex-lax, you wench!  I need to shed some pounds to fit underneath all this layering.”

    (Source: monsieurpicot)

  3. your thoughts on this Fall's big trend - baseball jackets? yay or nay?

    You know they look dope, but you also know you probably won’t wear it very much over the next ten years, right?   And I’m sure you can think of ten types of coats you’d rather have at $600+.  

    So, try to go vintage, and if you can, inherit.  I just stole inherited my pop’s 1963 Lafayette high school varsity.  It is pretty much identical to the Gant joint pictured above but comes equipped with the Lafayette letter and seal.  And the icing on the cake is that the school suffered from such low performance over the years, it’s no longer operating (such a shame considering Lafayette was able to count Sandy Koufax and Larry King among its notable alumni).  Couple that with the fact that I may be one of the only people in the world with this ~50 year old jacket, and you can clearly see the benefit of inheriting something so fresh.  Good luck, dude.  

  4. I'm a little hesitant to buy a blazer that isn't full cut (think cropped or whatever the term is). I am considering a GANT/MB blazer. It would strictly be used for casual wear, but I just can't bring myself to buy it. Should I take the plunge??

    I hear you, bro.  I just recently purchased the Gant Rugger navy hopsack blazer pictured above, and to be perfectly honest, I was apprehensive at first.  Now, I actually prefer a modern cut blazer for most occasions, as long as it’s not too short.  So, if you are an average sized human being, say 5’8” to 5’11”, as long as the blazer doesn’t remind you of Hurricane football players in the early ’90s, I’d say not to worry too much about the length.  

  5. Wear Bastian

                      

  6. everlane:

Dear Sir,
You have a very distinguished look about you. We enjoy everything from your striped shirt to that weird little man on your blazer. Most of all, we love that old wooden pipe. Carry on.
Love, Everlane

When I think of distinguished looks I think of former Chief Justices in wigs clenching Bibles, not some joker in 8” cuffs, square-toed shoes and white socks.  And speaking of pipes, homeboy’s so clownish he’d fit in with these dudes.  
    High Res

    everlane:

    Dear Sir,

    You have a very distinguished look about you. We enjoy everything from your striped shirt to that weird little man on your blazer. Most of all, we love that old wooden pipe. Carry on.

    Love, Everlane

    When I think of distinguished looks I think of former Chief Justices in wigs clenching Bibles, not some joker in 8” cuffs, square-toed shoes and white socks.  And speaking of pipes, homeboy’s so clownish he’d fit in with these dudes.