Witnessed a random amazing wedding ceremony on the top of Overlook Mountain
Anonymous asked: Tried Thom Browne oxfords and they fit funny. What's the general consensus on a runner up in the OCBD game?
I would check out Mercer, BBBF or Kamakura.
P Johnson jacket unstructured Ariston Wool-Linen
P Johnson aged denim
P Johnson Milano knit
P Johnson Solbiati mako cotton trouser biege
P Johnson Driving shoe
Kent Wang Handgrade Brogues
Full-grain, Ilcea Radica Itailan box calfskin with mottled antiquing. Traditional English design and styling. Goodyear-welted construction. Channeled soles. Fiddleback waist.
These almost sound too good to be true for the price…Would love to see them in person.
Anonymous asked: Hello. Good morning! I have a 'big boy' (behind the desk) job interview tomorrow. I was told by the boss' assistant to dress sharp. So I was wondering what I should wear. And should i go with kahaki or black pants? Thank you! :)
Hard to say without knowing what you’re looking at, but I would base your decision on what you’d imagine current employees wear to this particular office and then overdress. You should probably wear a suit, unless this is pretty informal. Can’t go wrong with a dark grey or navy suit with a white shirt and muted tie. If you’re set on wearing khakis at least throw on a blazer and a tie. I would avoid the black pants.
Jacket: Boglioli, Trousers: PT01, Shirt: Giannetto.
Anonymous asked: What fashion/style/whatever tips could you give me, a bowlegged fellow? I am very self concious about it, even though my affliction isn't too bad. I am a very slim guy at about 5'10", and I have trouble finding clothes that I think look good on me. Suggestions? thanks, love the blog!
I don’t think you should base your clothing choices on your bowlegged-ness. You should be buying the same slim, well-fitting clothes as other guys and should wear those with confidence. If you develop a great personal style I guarantee people will remember you for that, and not for your genu varum. I don’t want to trivialize or marginalize something that obviously affects you, but I think you are worrying about it more than you should.