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.
Woah, when’s the last time we did a tailoring transformation?
I loved this look, so I replicated it.
You know that I complain a lot about the lack of LA menswear events, but luckily Jesse Thorn had us covered. Spencer and I briefly attended the Put This On Holiday Market!
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).
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.
Anyone here want to get more Ethan and Spencer in your lives? Well I’ve got two things you can check out: our Youtube video and the Style & Direction podcast.
As Dapper Day is just around the corner, I thought it would be cool to write a quick article on how to dress like the 1930’s-1940’s even when you don’t have a vintage suit! It’s fairly simple!
Vintage, pre-1970’s brown herringbone sack suits from Brooks Brothers are pretty hard to come by. Well, Spencer and I found two!