It wasn’t a Permanent Style Symposium, but a panel on personal style at Dapper Day seems more my speed. It was a bunch of fun!
It’s time to revisit one of the big reproduction companies, SJC.
Wrinkly, hefty, and slouchy cotton is one of my favorite materials of all time. Having it made up as a suit is a no-brainer.
It’s full of character, it’s easy to wear, and in my opinion, better than linen. Read More
The last major feature of my Japan trip is the special little atelier, Sarto Ginza! Believe me when I say, I don’t know what I expected.
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?
It’s always nice to treat yourself for a pair of custom trousers. Today, we review my latest purchase: chocolate brown peached cotton from Stóffa.
Woah, when’s the last time we did a tailoring transformation?
Disclaimer: I received a tie in exchange for this review.
I was recently approached by William of Mr. Jenks to do a review on his Irish Poplin ties. As I have little to no experience with contemporary ties, I knew that I had to take him up on his offer.
My love of high waisted trousers and pleats has finally culminated to me searching for ghurka shorts which feature a high rise and double forward pleats. Amazingly, they’re great and I wholeheartedly recommend them to you. Why wouldn’t you want something like these for your vintage or vintage inspired wardrobe?
Warning: Long post again! It wouldn’t be long if I didn’t have pictures, but where’s the fun in that?
London was the last half of my family euro-trip. Unlike in Paris, we only had a few guided tours, which freed me up to explore on my own and meet some cool people! While the style documentation is in a separate article, this post will summarize what I did each day as well as briefly talk about the outfits I wore. I hope you enjoy!