Wearing: Jacket: Isaora| Sweater: Onassis| Jeans: H&M| Sneakers: Lacoste
You don’t have to be basic when rocking basics. While I personally have the tendency to run around my room for way too long picking out an outfit, I think having a solid base to work around is always smart. A uniform of sorts, a go to. My personal spring uniform usually consist of a neutral sweater/sweatshirt and some dark denim. There are a billion way to work around it. I’ve also been rocking this new Isaora windbreaker since it can pretty much tackle whatever and still looks dope. The sneakers have no practical purposes. They’re just rad.
Wearing: Suit: Express| Shirt: American Apparel| Tie: H&M| Shoes: Bostonian| Sunglasses: Warby Parker
♫I be on my suit & tie ish, tie ish. ♫
As much as I am a huge proponent for modern day dandyism, I haven’t gone out and bought myself a full on suit…ever. From going to school to working at startups, there’s not that much room for the everyday suit in my life. That being said, a gent should always have one in the back of his closet to pull out when need be. Mine happens to be this grey glen plaid option from Express. I’m sure a bunch of #menswear cats will throw side eyes for buying off the rack but I see no problem there if it looks good and there’s some quality there. Run that bad boy straight to a good tailor and BOOM, you poppin. Personally I suggest staying away from black and going with a navy or grey. You can liven them up for a wedding, murder them out for a funeral, or style them however if you just want to stunt.