From the first time I posted I noticed that I was probably one of the few that enjoyed this type of sandal. I find what are called "sandals" around here to be open sneakers, but nonetheless these have had the sands of many islands under them and I don't think a vacation would be complete without them.
These is pretty much my not selling ever collection of shoes I travel with, I have some other boots and high-tops mostly Maison Martin Margiela, but these are my favorites so far.
I imagine if I had to have some odor coming from me, this would be it. Stocked up on a couple Flacons just in case Creed pulls the plug. I've tested the most expensive and the Walgreens brand, but Virgin Island Water was the best for me.
I have purged my sunglasses collection down to my absolute favorites and these right here are my flag ship Cutler and Gross 0425. I first saw them on D. Greene in Quantum of Solace, loved them ever since.
As far as clothing there are way too many pieces I love, but just from a quick view in the closet, The Margiela Jeans I have beat to shit are my absolute favorite. I don't even know why I got into raw denim, after a few washes these feel like linen. The SS Mohair has some good stories attached to it, I don't really like SS, but this sweater is one of my most comfortable and popular with the ladies . The cream Margiela viscose sweater is by far the best sweater that I have. Pretty much all I like in one piece...simple, clean cut, interesting fabric, doesn't need to be layered. Sometimes I ask myself why I have so much clothing when I'm usually bumming around on a beach with just swim trunks on most of the time anyway.
Because I have this 1950's Pre-Cuban Revolution Havan Nights thing romanticized because of my grandfather I love watches timepieces from this era. Right now I am on the verge of purchasing a vintage IWC very much like the one in the pic. A wise man once told me that if I expected to buy this kind of watch as a piece that kept accurate time/wear for everyday use, I was mistaken and would have better results with the $5 watch being sold on the street corner. These watches are conversation pieces, a piece of history. I really liked that and thats how I wear them. Plus I hate the look of oversized watches that are popular today, way too flash for me.
I could write a lot more with some nicer pics, but thats just not my way