i’ve been posting, but primarily on instagram.
follow me if you’d like, or dont if it’ll annoy you, its mostly food, sometimes shoes
worked with some really great people on a sperry topsider campaign recently and the results were great. check out sperry’s 'classics reinvented'
photos by : brian w ferry
jacket via levis made & crafted
shirt via gildan
shirt via ernest alexander
denim via levis
shoe via sperry
bag via ernest alexander
good things take time, great things take patience.
found this bag last year when shopping for the jazz age lawn festival. really into it’s texture. its very different, but different is pretty alright.
shirt via ernest alexander
shirt via club monaco
denim via RL denim & supply
blazer via club monaco
bag via unknown
meet everyone, however you want. no one can have too many acquaintances.
marcel the mannequin
blazer via j.press york street
pocket square via vintage
necklaces via homemade & indian trading beads.
this post, this style, these shoes certainly are not for everyone. in fact, i’m not even sure they’re completely for me, but something about them sort of grabbed me. they’re loud, their flamboyant, they’re ridiculous - but they’re unique and they’ll be fun to wear, rarely. occasionally, i feel so many people have really extracted the fun out of getting dressed.
it seems they’re two major sides of this spectrum: those who truthfully do not care what they’re wearing; to whom comfort is first priority and price shortly behind and conversely, those two care far too much and end up judging others so heavily on their stylistic choices. Both of which, i am guilty of from time to time.
i know this may sound very preachy, but: if you think something might be fun to wear - give it a shot. this blog has never been about encouraging duplication, nor devout originality. i simply hope it makes you think outside the box a bit, or pulls you back down to earth.
shirt via gildan ultra cotton
pant via life/after/denim
jacket via unknown vintage
shoe via florsheim by duckie brown
if you’re looking for a pseudo-pretentious bolded quote, i wrote a few brief paragraphs above.
recently, i’ve been really appreciative of the connection that the denim & supply crew and myself have formed. they’re incredibly generous and genuine - subsequently i’ve been wearing more and more of their clothing. the line has really taken off in a nice direction and found it’s aesthetic. something of a cross between it’s ralph lauren roots and a heavy modern influence. tastefully distressed & currently comfortable.
shirt via vintage unknown
sweater via denim & supply
pant via denim & supply
shoe via birkenstock
watch via daniel wellington
shaking hands & uncrossing fingers.