My perspective on cardigans has changed dramatically in the last five years, but I still love them. I break this album into sections on classic ribbed shawl collar cardigans; cowichan cardigans; mohair cardigans; coogi cardigans; and other types of cardigans.
There's no such thing as a dress sneaker. But that doesn't mean you can't wear sneakers with tailoring. You just need to put together a casual outfit.
One of a kind shirts. Literally. Unique. Non-fungible. Like, you can't get two of the same shirt, they didn't make that many. I mean... we could discuss this concept at length in a discrete mathematics class, but I hope you get it by now. One of one. There's power in that.
Your shirt doesn't have to stop at the second button.
Ugly is interesting; ugly presents a challenge to be overcome; ugly is consistent with more casual style that's less concerned being proper and clean and simple. Embrace ugly.
One simple and fundamental question has been keeping these groups divided for a long time: how should pants fit?
A love letter to Shuhei Nishiguchi.
Collars! Collars! Collars! These collars are out of control! See these sexy collars laid out in the open, for anybody to see! Never before have so many collars been caught on camera in so many different positions! Get your collar now!
I'll explore multiple shades of purple. I'll explore several non-neutral color combos: purple and yellow complementary, secondary triadic, purple tonal. I'll explore it in several slots: accessory, shirt, knit, suit. I'll explore it in wool and corduroy.
Excerpt? Dude, this article is over 9000 words long, and covers... all collared shirts. You ain't getting an excerpt.
When is a coat like a blanket? A belt or cinch allows you to play with a piece's silhouette, shaping a garment in fantastic ways.
As you move from a *basic* wardrobe to a more mature one, you will want some more unique pieces that stand out, or help you stand out. In this article, I intend to explore a few ways you might choose to build on your basic wardrobe while still keeping each piece versatile.