Oh you mad because Austin stays styling on you?
Details:Thom Browne jacket and tie, Jil Sander shirt, Brunello Cuccinelli belt, vintage army shorts, J.Crew for Timex watch.
Shout out to: Tommy Ton for the shot
“Thom Browne’s always putting a different spin on the dress shirt every season. He’s doing something that’s a real hybrid that I haven’t seen that much, which is a button-down club collar. He finds a new way to reinvent the American button-down every season. This one we love because it’s a two-color windowpane pattern so you’re going to want to wear this with your quieter fabric suits and tweeds and sportcoats or a solid color cardigan. The tie is silk but it’s beefier, it’s heavily constructed and it will tie really stiff, with a strong dimple. I haven’t seen the red power tie, or the red tie, since the ’80s. This is the anti-Republican power tie.”
Shout out to:rubenhughes
Put This On - Tradition
This is my favorite episode. I am all about brand heritage and tradition. They start off at J.Press, which is a staple here in D.C. regarding classic Americana menswear. So if I had to choose between J.Press and Brooks Brothers, I would only choose BB because I love the fun they have with their brand. Brands must evolve over time or be left in the dust. For fans of classic Americana styles,make sure you check out the Big Homie F. Castleberry and his tumblr. Oh yeah they also hit up Thom Browne. This further pushes my argument for best episode. So many great gems are dished out on this episode you should drop them a few bucks over here.
Gpoy, bapex, thom, junya jeans.
I know you want the red, white and blue to show, but when the shirt is that long, you tuck it in, no exceptions. And while the camera angle isn’t the best, it looks like you should probably get your sleeves taken up—you’ve got them rolled twice and they are still perched somewhere mid-forearm.
And I don’t give a shit how much of “an individual” you are—the watch belongs on your left wrist. Period. The only time the crown should be flip-flopped is if you are wearing a U-Boat. Then again, if you are wearing a U-Boat, you should probably off yourself because your wrist will resemble that of a Power Ranger.
Anyone who is a fan of my mash-up’s knows your boy considers himself a bit of a rolie afficianegro. Just don’t let the guys over at Rolex Forums know I called it that. I have worked with Rolex for a brief time in my career. The gentleman who I share an office with also pushed for Rolex on the road for close to a decade. We both co-sign on the homie Trunzo’s analysis. Turn the crown around sir.
shout out to:nicetrybro