It’s been a while since I’ve had trousers made for me. MTO to be precise, but hey, who’s askin?
It’s time to revisit one of the big reproduction companies, SJC.
So I partnered with an LA leather maker and designed a leather tote so I wouldn’t have to bring my damn canvas bag everywhere.
Long story short, I love the bag and you can get one too!
Do you know what the clock says? It says it’s time for a review! We look at two shoes from 51 Label Co., a new shoe company based in Singapore.
Disclaimer: We received two pairs of shoes in exchange for this review.
Time to get dangerous with denim. Read More
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.
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.
It’s Spencer’s first article!
A century ago, a suit and tie was the everyday attire for men. To differentiate between work and play, men would have fun with accessories. While many of those same accouterments still exits, one item that has been faded from the collective consciousness is this style of novelty tie popular from the turn of the century up until the early 1920s, faithfully reproduced by Damian Monsivais of Monsivais & Co.
September has finally arrived and so has the first wave of fall products. Banana Republic has started stocking their flannel pants and J. Crew is advertising their latest trenchcoat model. However, being a Southern California Native, I am still feeling the effects of the 90F+ heat. That’s why I finally decided to bite the bullet and buy two things I should’ve had since June: the white espadrille and the rayon Hawaiian Shirt.