Yeah, yeah I’m sure someone will make masters jokes, but then you can be like “FUCK YES, I AM THE MASTER!!” That’ll show ‘em.
The skinny black silk knit necktie, if it was good enough for James Bond, it should be good enough for you.
I posit the gray herringbone with a subtle over-pattern is the perfect tweed to wear with jeans. Discuss.
This is a vintage Brooks Brothers Blue Blazer. I feel like given that information you should already know if you want to buy it or not.
The gray flannel suit, but hey, it was the 70’s. Even the gray flannel suit can’t compete with all that cocaine.
A Fistful of Style: A less nerdy cardigan. Slightly.
Cardigan: Military Issue $5
Shirt: Gap $5
Tie: Vtg. “The Taylor Tie” $2
Jeans: Levis 505 $5
Shoes: Vtg. Hanover Shell Cordovan $5
Reason #768 I’d like to be 6” taller: This suit.
For amount “timeless” and “classic” get thrown around there are precious few true examples. A Brooks Bros blue blazer, a pair of brown longwing brogues, a navy silk knit tie, or, if you skew casual a pair of 501’s or a Levi’s trucker jacket. That’s classic, without a twist.
I know I tend toward “edge-of-obnoxiousness” plaids, but I think somewhere between the pink windowpane and the hefty tweed lies clothing nirvana.