1. Looks like something you’d find at a department store in Idaho or some shit.

    Looks like something you’d find at a department store in Idaho or some shit.

  2. NTB - love the site and your insultingly offense, yet still accurate style advice. I have a more general question. I currently work in finance, and while it's a good living, I just don't enjoy it. Menswear is what I truly dig. How can I get started in menswear with no related education or experience? I'm not opposed to interning and starting out at the bottom, although I'd like to avoid providing sexual favors, but I guess you gotta do what you gotta do.

    That’s great, but before you go ahead and swallow that red pill and continue down the rabbit-hole, you really need to sit down and identify some skills that would translate to success in “menswear.”  I don’t know—are you a strong writer?  Can you shoot video?  Edit photos?  Predict trends?  Sell water to a well?  I need to pause you here, because I know what you are thinking, but: having the ability to take it longer and harder in the ass than 99.9% of the rest of your peers is not a skill, nor is ogling over beautiful clothing on the internet.

    If you’re still with me, I need you to understand another thing, and this is a dual concept so try to keep up: you are NOT better than everyone else and shit’s not all rainbows and glitter out there.  Shit’s real.  Too many bankers, lawyers and other well-paid young professionals have this insane sense of self-entitlement and -confidence which usually manifests its ugly head when they reach a tipping-point of misery which has caused them to question their career choices up until that certain point.  If this is you, you need to back the fuck up and understand that wherever you end up you will most likely be the least talented and dynamic person in the building.  Real talk.  Corporate types usually don’t do all too well in foreign waters.

    If you are humbled by this, go forth and work some connections—hustle, grind, repeat.  There’s no real magic to any of this, just work it out.  Shit, knock up Anna Wintour’s daughter if you must.  I don’t care.  

    And finally, study some other dudes’ non-traditional paths for inspiration.  For starters, Justin Bridges is definitely the right man for this.  Good luck, brah.

  3. the-streetstyle:

Sunday Attire Part 2via lovliesm

Looks like 8 years later Deb is still at it.  And men, stop rolling your cuffs over your sweaters, despite what your clueless girlfriend thinks this makes you look like a prepubescent girl in a ’90s sitcom and gives me the douche chills.  Thanks.

    the-streetstyle:

    Sunday Attire Part 2
    via lovliesm

    Looks like 8 years later Deb is still at it.  And men, stop rolling your cuffs over your sweaters, despite what your clueless girlfriend thinks this makes you look like a prepubescent girl in a ’90s sitcom and gives me the douche chills.  Thanks.

  4. telvinarman:

Justin Halley by Joseph Bleu

I have absolutely no idea what’s going on here, but he certainly does look ready for Rex Kwon Do in those pants.  
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    telvinarman:

    Justin Halley by Joseph Bleu

    I have absolutely no idea what’s going on here, but he certainly does look ready for Rex Kwon Do in those pants.  

    (Source: bidjanimal)

  5. DB suits are the mutts nuts - so long as you have the stones to wear it well and the means to have it tailored. Don't mislead the people by assuming they are all only buying rtw garbage.

    Ethan is, of course, absolutely, positively 100% correctamundo.  We just disagree on how many individuals “have the stones to wear it well.”  I think it’s just a product of Ethan having more faith in his fellow citizens of the world than I.  To each his own.  I just thank him for not stealing my tots this time.  

  6. Moncler Breaks into the Non-Existant Moon Boots Game

    At least they’ll sell one pair, assuming Jon Heder kept a little scrilla from his 15 minutes. 

  7. fbf575:


NEW CELINE CABAS BAG


If you have enough cash to blow $800+ on an Hermes belt, then you should have enough cash to give approximately zero fucks whether anyone ever sees said belt on your emaciated waistline.  Lesson learned?  Never tuck a tee.  Period.
In case you are wondering who this boner is, his name is Filippo Fiora, and he runs a God awful blog called The Three F.  It’s basically just glamour shots and #wealth.  You know, that West Egg new money shit: daddy busts his ass to work his way out of the lower-middle class so that sonny dearest, in this case F Cubed (a 24 year old student in Milan, mind you), can waste it all by traveling the world and taking pretty pictures of all the excessively expensive items he’s accumulated, all because he needs his self-worth validated by mindless drones with comments like this:

Low said…
 



Filippo, I really think you’ve got to be someone in the fashion industry! You’re so chic and stylish always!!  The Prada brogues look amazing on your feet!!!  

http://somestylestories.blogspot.com


Disclaimer: Everything above is complete conjecture; I do not personally know Filippo (nor care to know him).  It’s just that, if I were a betting man, I’d put the house on it that I am correct.  The end.
    High Res

    fbf575:

    NEW CELINE CABAS BAG

    If you have enough cash to blow $800+ on an Hermes belt, then you should have enough cash to give approximately zero fucks whether anyone ever sees said belt on your emaciated waistline.  Lesson learned?  Never tuck a tee.  Period.

    In case you are wondering who this boner is, his name is Filippo Fiora, and he runs a God awful blog called The Three F.  It’s basically just glamour shots and #wealth.  You know, that West Egg new money shit: daddy busts his ass to work his way out of the lower-middle class so that sonny dearest, in this case F Cubed (a 24 year old student in Milan, mind you), can waste it all by traveling the world and taking pretty pictures of all the excessively expensive items he’s accumulated, all because he needs his self-worth validated by mindless drones with comments like this:

    Low said…

     

    Filippo, I really think you’ve got to be someone in the fashion industry! You’re so chic and stylish always!!  The Prada brogues look amazing on your feet!!!  

    http://somestylestories.blogspot.com

    Disclaimer: Everything above is complete conjecture; I do not personally know Filippo (nor care to know him).  It’s just that, if I were a betting man, I’d put the house on it that I am correct.  The end.

    (via taimalfalasi)