camo in the rain.
couple of overcast days here - i try to keep it simple in the rain. good coat, fun layering and comfortable denim. I landed this killer shirt from my buddy Alex Kang over at 50/50 supply co. Even though camo isnt my strong suit, this simple oxford with camo accents add’s that element in smooth way.
irony - the camo shirt that’ll make you stand out.
coat via uniqlo
military shirt via vintage store
shirt via 50/50 supply co.
umbrella via muji
denim via baldwin
boots via llbean signature
friends make the coolest stuff.
nate remington of basics of man.
nothing basic about this dude. details are authentic as it gets.
tassel loafers, blue socks and a basic t.
coat via j.crew
necklaces via misc.
sunglasses via warby parker
scarf via levis
shirt via old navy
pant via RRL
socks via american eagle
shoes via allen edmond
simple winter wardrobe.
A few weeks ago i picked up a new boot from the Johnston & Murphy 1850 collection. I wasnt sure what to expect as my experience with J&M in the past has been very minimal. But i’m happy to say, after a few wears, a couple spilt drinks & lots of stepping on chewing gum - they’re holding up great. I still don’t consider myself a chelsea boot guy, but they certainly offer a nice alternative to my usual shoe.
Check out the collection: Johnston & Murphy 1850
Headed over to the Giles & Brother showroom last week to check out their collection and meet the infamous Philip Crangi. One of the most stylish, real & charismatic guys i’ve had the pleasure of meeting. His work space is a thing of art, producing art.
It was really insightful to see the inspiration behind the collection and the actual studio space in which their first created.