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.
I returned to the celebration of menswear that is Alfargo's Marketplace for another round of buying, selling, chatting, and snapping fit pics. Here's what people wore. Featuring a Rowing Blazers sample sale.
Moustaches are tricky. They can give hipster, old-timey porn star, or, worst yet, cop vibes. Some guys can make them work. I'm not sure why. Get ready for some pure inspo.
Men go to Pitti Uomo to get dressed like it's blood sport. They buy, and drink, and shoot, and *get fitted*. Here are our highlights.
Black and brown. A forbidden combination. Why do people say these colors don't work together? They look *fantastic* together. Like, consistently. Here, I'll prove it.
Your shirt doesn't have to stop at the second button.
I'll explore a few different shades of brown linen. The unevenness of linen helps highlight the depth of each color, and actually helps recall the Maillard reaction that makes food look so good.
These pairings give a certain springy vibe... But they also take me right back to those ice cream trucks. The tailoring feels casual and fun and interesting, but not frivolous. The more casual outfits feel warm, clean, and inviting. They all make me smile.
You're about to see men experiment. They're going to break rules. Some of them are trying to get right to the brink of disaster, without going over. That brinksmanship is how great outfits happen. Courage in the face of "rules."
Ivory and color and a couple of other twists. Should be fun.
Eveningwear makes me happy. It's tailoring that's exclusively for parties. No business: just weddings, galas, holiday parties, fancy dinner parties... It's a symbol of celebration, and here, I'm going to celebrate it. This is the first album, and the simplest—classic black tie.