Boglioli midnight patch pocket SC
Mattabisch by Kiton shirt
Drakes slubby silk tie
Drakes flamingo cotton PS
Creed Neroli Sauvage
Trafalgar merlot belt
Alden full strap in Horween shell cordovan
I don't mind shorts, I just don't like them in the wrong context. You're in the right one. Wearing them when it's not damn hot out? Bad. 85 is arbitrary -- I guess they're okay in 75, but I'd rather wear light trousers.
I know what the weather's doing in the city. It does the same thing here. I wore shorts yesterday, and I'll wear them tomorrow. Only reason I'm not in them today is that I had to wear socks.
Have to say that the Alden full strap loafer might be the most beautiful American dress shoe.
Nice shoes. I have some Carmina Full Strap Navy shell loafers coming (not so soon) and am stoked.
On a side note, I was called a douchebag and told to "dress like a fucking grown up" when I wore loafers withut socks a little while ago. Awesome.
Agreed. Maybe get a tan.
I wear shorts some times. I know they're not mens classic friendly but I dare people to wear much else consistently here in AZ. It's 117 here Saturday. I'm wearing shorts until 2:30, when I change in to boardshorts to play ball.
Not everybody everywhere can dress like it's 90. Keep that in mind when you call shorts gay.
edit: I should clarify my shorts aren't that short, that color, or flannel. They're just varied colors of linen browns.
I just said, "Thanks bro. I didn't know wearing no socks automatically gave me the douchebag mentality. I need to get some socks and some straight brim hats. We can be friends. Maybe go shop for jerseys. Either way, I'll keep that in mind."
The dude was way bigger than me so I do need to learn to STFU and just say thanks.
What was the guy who called you a douchebag wearing? Probably some bespoke G&Gs with cashmere socks and a Huntsman suit. That's always the killin part. People try to clown you, when their gear isn't on point. You should have told him you left your socks at his Mom's house. You'll get them back when she's done with his laundry.