SadCast Show Notes: The Big AMA

This is it, our big AMA episode! We answer your questions like how we dress in hot weather, if vintage style will ever die, and what the heck do we have as our phone lock screens!

Today also marks the launch of our Patreon and Discord! There are some big things coming in the future.

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SadCast Show Notes: On J. Crew

J. Crew has filed for bankruptcy. While that doesn’t mean the store is going away for good, it inspired us to have a full discussion on the Brand! We trace its history from it’s early catalogue/RL wanna-be days to its status as the mainstream’s voice for #menswear, Americana, and heritage.

Even though we don’t always buy from it (especially as our tastes have changed), it still holds a place in our hearts. Perhaps this is a sign for how mainstream menswear/mall brands will fare in the future..

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The Menswear in Sherlock Homes (2009)

Thanks to quarantine I feel myself regressing to movies I’ve watched in my youth.  And one stands out as one of the first films to catch my eye for fashion: a Sherlock Holmes adaptation that actually makes a strong case for late Victorian-fashion.

Don’t forget to listen to the podcast and follow along!

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Leather Jackets Are Fucking Cool (Especially When They’re Vintage)

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It’s pretty crazy to think that I’ve never discussed leather jackets in depth on the blog despite: their connection to vintage casual attire, the fact that wearing one is inherently cool, or that they seemingly go with almost every look you could be into.

A leather jacket really is the ultimate piece of casual Americana and they’re awesome, especially when they’re vintage.  Honestly, this article has been a long time coming, so you better enjoy it.

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