This week I’m debuting my new character study feature where I break down the style of some of the greatest men in pop culture history.
For the inaugural post I picked a fictional character who’s style has been under appreciated, George Costanza from Seinfeld. George can best be described as the putz you love to laugh at. Looking back, despite his many foibles, George had some pretty great style considering. Mr. Costanza can be best known for his limitless plaid shirts, parkas, signature glasses, and sometimes questionable headgear.
The style bloggers’ take.
Check out below to see what essentials George Costanza would have in his closet for fall:
Last week I got a chance to check out the latest SS’ 13 collection at all the men’s trade shows here in NYC. Today’s post is dedicated to all the item I’m dying to have in my closet. (Note there were many other that I wasn’t allowed to take photos of.)
This Sunday I picked out a pair of Dr Martens‘. I plan on checking out all the menswear trade shows in NYC this week and this hybrid shoe is the perfect way of getting a boot look with the feel of a trainer.
I plan on keeping it casual as I trek from warehouse to warehouse checking out the hundreds of booths. Check out below to see how I would style them:
My day job is pretty awesome, and I have to say my favorite perk is being able to raid local NYC boutiques for stories. A couple weeks ago my travels led me to downtown hot spot, American Two Shot. The shop between, Grand St & Crosby, is part coffee joint and part dope retailer. You can check out my outfit picks from the store below and if you want to know more check out the story here.
Photos by Jessica Lapidos
Earlier this month I got a lifelong dream come true. I was “iced out” by the famed Jacob the Jeweler of Jacob & Co as the company gave different bloggers and editors a “red carpet makeover. ” Jacob has pretty much outfitted all of my favorite entertainers and athletes so I was pretty psyched to 1) meet the guy and 2) handle jewels I probably will never be able to afford without selling my kidneys.
Watch: Jacob & Co
Sweater: Old Navy
Shirt: Ben Sherman
We’re a walking campaign.