Rain in LA is like manna from heaven, since it seems that the state of California is perpetually on the brink of a drought. Other than giving us some much needed water, it also gives me a reason to break out my vintage trench coat.
On New Year’s Eve, I’m usually in pajamas playing video games. The night before, however, I’m in a vintage tuxedo, hanging out with my friends at the Cicada Club.
Woah, when’s the last time we did a tailoring transformation?
The vintage crew is back at the Reese household for a Christmas party! It’s a yearly tradition and a must for any vintage enthusiast, new or old.
I loved this look, so I replicated it.
Warning: Extra freakin’ long blog post
NYC definitely beats LA in all aspects of classic menswear. Not only are there way more cool stores over there, but the young guys all dress the part as well. Here’s what I was able to document (as well as some of my own outfits).
I don’t go out drinking often (if at all), but when I do, it’s with people who like vintage fashion.
Warning: LONG ASS BLOG POST
It’s not everyday that a film takes place in the 1930’s, but when there is, we’ve definitely gotta talk about the fashion!
It’s taken 11 months for the LA weather to hit under 70F, so that means it’s time for actual fall/winter outfits. And what better way to do it than to bring back the Rollneck sweater.