Fall is pretty much here in Boston, which is nice, because I like to layer things, which gets sort of uncomfortable in the summer.
Anyway, I am psyched about the new W+H line, and especially about this shawl collar sweatshirt that Brian at Peasant LLC is going to get to my grubby hands as soon as his stock comes in, right Brian? Anyway, $134 at Peasant. Not yet online, but look for it, and also available at Nomad in Toronto and Non de Guerre in NYC for about $145. Not sure who else is carrying it. American Rag CIE in LA only had an XL left as of yesterday. No one in L.A. will get to wear that before late December...
One of the annoying things about not living in NYC is that you don't get to see all of the stuff APC actually has, although Stel's carries a fair bit of it in Boston. Some pieces not on the APC website are available at www.azaleasf.com
though, and I like this black hooded vest to go over my sweatshirt, shawl collar thing. Keeps me warm, but not overheated, in early fall, and prevents to much bulk in the arms. $202 (-15% with styleforum coupon).
Kenzo Minami makes awesome Tees, but they are $150+. Um, for a teeshirt, that's a fair chunk of change. Luckily, (and I have this tee, although it's getting a little tattered) www.Breakbeatscience.com
does some awesome collabs, and you can get this, that Kenzo designed a few years ago, for just $10.
I won't lie. I love my 5EP bootcuts. I've used these before, but, here they are again. $275 at www.oaknyc.com
, which is a cool site with cool stuff (check out the Nicholas K and Opening Ceremony hoodies) from a cool Brick and Mortar who opened a second shop in Manhattan. AFAIK, Famous Friends also carries them still.
I really like belts, and this George wooden buckle belt really does it for me. I like the Americana thing, Brown is for farmer good. $165 at www.scoopnyc.com
I like my Clark Desert boots, but these John Varvatos desert boots are better made, and more comfortable. Apparently, $200 more comfortable, at $295 a www.bluebee.com