Round three, here we go!
<Drake’s is a company that we’ve referenced many times through the course of this blog. For those of you who are familiar with the company, they first got their start in the 1970’s selling ties and pocket squares. 30 years later, the company has expanded their product offering! They’ve begun to offer shirts, sportcoats, sweaters, and (now) high-rise pants! To celebrate their latest products and the opening of their first American store, I decided to do an “Inspiration for Less” based on their newly released Fall 2016 look book.
Friendgiving is a great tradition. While I did enjoy Thanksgiving with my family, I also appreciate the time to hang out and have dinner with just friends. Like with any event, it was an opportunity for Spencer, Jay, and I to break out some cool fall sartorial style for the dinner! Unlike last time, none of us wore tweed; however we still brought our A-game.
Herringbone is a classic pattern that has been found on suits, jackets, shirts, and even ties. Dan Trepanier from Articles of Style wrote a great piece on it’s history. Being a classic pattern, it provides a great vintage look when found on a sport coat or suit! It’s been a while since we’ve done a “What We Wore This Week”, so here’s our latest entry with Spencer and I both wearing the pattern!
Last time we talked about interesting ways to start layering up for fall. No one really double-layers their cardigan, dons a turtle neck, or wears a grandpa blazer, so I suggested these tips to try and add some pop to your fall/winter wardrobe. But this next article is going to take a page from the ladies. Its time that more guys start wearing the Basic Green Jacket.
Fall is finally heading to California and it’s time to embrace the cold with some much-needed layering. But do you want some ways to stand out other than the typical sweater? Read on!