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Philip
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Nigeria
Jul 20 '14

dressshoesandsneakers:

Clarks Originals x Herschel Supply Co. Desert Boot
http://www.facebook.com/DressShoesandSneaker

Jul 20 '14
Jul 17 '14
downeastandout:

Zaremba Bespoke

downeastandout:

Zaremba Bespoke

Jul 17 '14
Jul 4 '14
putthison:

Layering with T-Shirts
Tomorrow is the last day to put in an order for our "Summer of White Tees" group buy, so I thought I’d put in a plug for t-shirts. Like Jesse, I like wearing a traditional coat and tie, but also think there’s a time and place for dressing casually. That can be on a hot summer afternoon, when it’s too warm for a sport coat, or if you’re going some place really casual, and wearing a tie would look out of place. 
For those times, I often reach for a t-shirt. Mine are all solid colored and simple — every one either a solid white or heathered grey, with no pictures or words. Grey v-necks get worn with black denim, while white crewnecks get worn with light blue jeans, dark indigo jeans, and workwear chinos. To get the effect of a collar - which can be a nice way to frame the face - I usually layer with some kind of jacket. Typically, it’s something in leather, like you see above, although I also have a canvas RRL jacket that I’ve been wearing a lot. For summer, however, a full jacket can sometimes be too heavy and warm, so I sometimes layer with an open, unbuttoned shirt instead (these days, it’s usually a light, washed chambray). Again, the point is to get a collar going, since it can help frame the face in a way that a crew or v-neck won’t. 
Of course, if it’s really hot out, you can also just wear a t-shirt, pair of jeans, and some clean looking sneakers. When things are this simple, Jesse advocates having a "point of distinction." I suppose mine in this case would be that Flat Head wallet, which I keep tethered to my jeans with a braided leather chain.  
If your clothes fit well, and they’re made from quality materials, you don’t need a tie in order to look good. There are times when you need to dress casually, and having a few extra t-shirts in the drawer can be useful. Plus, they’re incredibly comfortable on a hot day, easy to take care of, and cheap to replace. Who can argue with that?

putthison:

Layering with T-Shirts

Tomorrow is the last day to put in an order for our "Summer of White Tees" group buy, so I thought I’d put in a plug for t-shirts. Like Jesse, I like wearing a traditional coat and tie, but also think there’s a time and place for dressing casually. That can be on a hot summer afternoon, when it’s too warm for a sport coat, or if you’re going some place really casual, and wearing a tie would look out of place. 

For those times, I often reach for a t-shirt. Mine are all solid colored and simple — every one either a solid white or heathered grey, with no pictures or words. Grey v-necks get worn with black denim, while white crewnecks get worn with light blue jeans, dark indigo jeans, and workwear chinos. To get the effect of a collar - which can be a nice way to frame the face - I usually layer with some kind of jacket. Typically, it’s something in leather, like you see above, although I also have a canvas RRL jacket that I’ve been wearing a lot. For summer, however, a full jacket can sometimes be too heavy and warm, so I sometimes layer with an open, unbuttoned shirt instead (these days, it’s usually a light, washed chambray). Again, the point is to get a collar going, since it can help frame the face in a way that a crew or v-neck won’t. 

Of course, if it’s really hot out, you can also just wear a t-shirt, pair of jeans, and some clean looking sneakers. When things are this simple, Jesse advocates having a "point of distinction." I suppose mine in this case would be that Flat Head wallet, which I keep tethered to my jeans with a braided leather chain.  

If your clothes fit well, and they’re made from quality materials, you don’t need a tie in order to look good. There are times when you need to dress casually, and having a few extra t-shirts in the drawer can be useful. Plus, they’re incredibly comfortable on a hot day, easy to take care of, and cheap to replace. Who can argue with that?

Jun 29 '14
Jun 14 '14
sau-inspiring:

SAU
Jun 14 '14
Jun 14 '14
Jun 13 '14

putthison:

It’s On Sale: Carmina Shoes

Gentlemen’s Footwear has a hidden clearance page for some of their “last pairs” in Carmina shoes. I’m not exactly sure what constitutes a “last pair,” as some of these same models are on sale - but at higher prices - on their main page. If you fit into one of these sizes, however, you’re in luck, as some the prices here are quite good. Most hover around $250, which is a little less than half of what Carminas usually cost. 

If you’re interested in anything on their main page, you can also use the checkout code extra10 to get 10% off.