Had some Holiday fun with the SoCal menswear scene at one of my favorite, if not only, classic menswear stores in Los Angeles! It also happened to be the site of the seasonal Ring Jacket trunk show, which I had always wanted to check out.
It never really rains here in Los Angeles. But when it does, I have a definite love/hate relationship with the precipitation.
The past few weeks of rain inspired me to finally write about it!
Will we die, just a little?
A few weekends ago, we went to the PTO Holiday Market and spent the evening in Little Tokyo.
Honestly, these posts are just an excuse to show off some silly photography of the LA menswear scene. But you like that, don’t you?
After the success of our NYC Trip, Spencer and I found ourselves wanting to do another one before the year was over. With what little vacation time we had, we booked a trip to SF and made a little adventure out of it. Unlike Seattle, this was basically a menswear trip! Only three days, but hey, we love packing our days full.
We’ve been to the Bay Area before (and even once before that), but I think we’ve evolved enough to make it a completely different experience now. We had so many friends, colleagues, and stores to meet! Read More
I went to J. Crew and thought I’d write about things I liked!
Note: This isn’t really sponsored, but I’ll explain more within the post.
Time keep our layering theme going by visiting the deep reaches of my wardrobe and bringing out some cool, unique vintage outerwear!
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).
You’ve probably seen their amazing product photography on Instagram. Well, I was able to check it out in person. It was the first trunk show I’ve ever been to!