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Seems like this heavily depends on what's already in your closet. If you're literally starting from scratch, I would consider getting a navy suit that you can break into separates. Maybe a Fresco or hopsack suit. It's a controversial thing around here since some people (rightly) feel this will make the jacket neither fish nor fowl (depending on your design choices), but for a guy who rarely wears a suit, this might be the best way to get the most out of your money. Why...
I really liked that site. Jon Moy is now writing for Highsnobiety. Jeff Carvalho and Jian DeLeon also have a pretty good podcast over there (assuming you like the kind of streetwear/ fashion topics they cover). http://www.highsnobiety.com/tag/jon-moy/ http://www.highsnobiety.com/podcasts/
hey, it's aeglus!
Haven't been into dressy, CM-ish leathers in a while, but these photos of Stoffa's flight jacket look good. http://stoffa.co/
Yea, that's what I thought when I saw it. Not complaining though cause I liked that mag.
New Canadian fashion mag looks promising http://www.intelligencemagazine.com/ https://www.instagram.com/intelligencemag/
I see what you mean.I just assumed that Bill's Khakis appealed to a very specific kind of "fashion unconcious man" (to use Nick's words). So basically older, upper-middle class guys who just want something to wear on weekends. I guess like JL Powell, but with less "rugged man" undertones. I would think that for basics such as that, there's always a customer.
Just to push the convo -- as I have no opinion either way -- but wouldn't appealing to the 35-50 demographic (or whatever Bills Khaki's demographic was) just mean that you get the new group of people getting into that age group, just as the old ones are leaving? Why are brands targeting older customers necessarily more at risk of losing their base than brands targeting young ones? I would assume brands that appeal to young people are more at risk since young people have...
Thanks, Horns! Always coming through with the good advice.
^ This is really helpful. Thanks, Greg.
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