or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by Baron

The hidden collar pocket is an interesting detail. It was common in East West Musical Instruments jackets, which was a San Francisco made brand in the early 70's that catered to the local rock & roll scene and which is very collectible today. I wonder if he's familiar with those? I suppose he is.
Stitches - I think the light jacket/darker pants thing is always a challenge to pull off. I have some very pale grey flannel trou - those or cream flannels would work best with that jacket I think. Or tan twills or something in the light shade family.The medium-dark grey kinda steals that jacket's cheery thunder, or contrasts in a way that diminishes both. It's not bad really, just kinda blah.
All trader joe's are designed for maximal frustration - too little parking with impossible ingress and egress from the lot, narrow aisles, too crowded. Even most of the new stores are like this. I think the only one I've been to without these issues is the newish store in Newport Coast.
This is great - I love vintage printed shirts and have several in my closet, but my favorite ones have mostly been worn out and tossed. I have one now that's on it's very last legs, with the collar and cuffs fraying badly. That's the problem with vintage, and maybe part of the charm, but a lot of those pieces end up having limited use because of their age.
Are there any US stores? There are a lot of cool pieces in there.
Man, ghostface. All the pieces are fucking dope but none of them stand out on their own because they're blended into a perfectly balanced melange of dopeness.
I grew up in Laguna and go there regularly, so none of the LA beaches really do it for me. There are some pretty beaches in Malibu, no doubt, but the beaches in the Santa Monica Bay are all pretty gross, relatively. But it's still the beach, I'd rather be there than the valley on a hot day...
Love those Niche linen shirts
Is it widely available? I'd like to check it out.
Also check out La Villa Cafe on the corner of Chevy Chase and Brunswick, down the street from El Sauz. Really good hole in the wall, and super cheap.
New Posts  All Forums: