A 3 Button roll over lapel plaid blazer is great paired with a khaki pant and moccasins. His choice of frames are pretty hip right now as well. This guy has been wearing the same thing for 25 years, he told me so. We were wearing the same bow tie, only mine was navy w/ white dots.
Monthly Archives: November 2009
While I don’t love flip flops in the big city (even on birds) She’s wearing those pants with extreme confidence. I love how she paired it with that macrame style vintage? crocheted? top and navy blazer.
This is one of my favorite pictures of Rene Ricard, I wish you could see his Hermes pumps. Black leather with white socks. Oh, it was also snowing on this day! his socks were soaked. Love this man. Talk about ghetto chic.
While Im not a big fan of suspenders with clips exposed ( I dont mind when covered by a blazer). I do love his pleated jeans !
If you cant button your denim jacket and youre not posing for your next album cover, you probably shouldnt be wearing it. I have seen alot of guys lately wearing tight jeans, a vintage T- and a denim jacket. This guy is ALWAYS wearing some small canvas skippies. not VANS but some keds or fake keds. The kind that look femme!
Look at Johnny Hallyday ! Say what you will, These guys are wearing denim that fits.
Tyrone is always dressed to the nines. Loves Ralph Lauren and wears it better than alot of folks. A bit much, but he's a hat maker, master sewer and talented dude, so I have no complaints. Besides, Im working on being nicer. Its hard to wear socks with these fancy shoes, but a solid color typically works, this is 1 of 2 shoes i like with a white (dress) sock. The black velvet slipper/shoe from stubbs is killer paired with a white sock. I have an old picture of Rene Ricard in black 501's, black Levi's denim jacket and black hermes men's pumps (blk tie) with white socks. So dope.
Had to shoot this kids kit- Brandon is behind a great blog called Drinkin’ And Dronin’ http://DrinkinAndDronin.Wordpress.com/
"Everything I wear is custom made, and you cant find a decent tailor these days"
He also told me the story about how the windsor knot got its name. The Duke of Windsor did not actually tie a windsor knot- he had his ties made of thick fabric and thus they tied a larger knot which later became to be known as the windsor knot