Hackett F/W 2011 Lookbook

Hackett F/W 2011 Lookbook

Posted by: on Oct 3, 2011 | No Comments

Very few brands do casual and dress clothes with equal aplomb.  Hackett is one of them.  Their Fall/Winter 2011 collection in particular has been on my mind a lot lately, so I thought I’d dig it out for some highlights and to show you what’s been inspiring me as the mercury drops.

When Things Get Wet

When Things Get Wet

Posted by: on Sep 30, 2011 | No Comments

No matter how hard to try to prepare you will get caught in the rain.  I promise.  You won’t always have overshoes or a raincoat for protection, so for those times when your more delicate garments get wet it’s good to know how to recover.  

Fall Boot Roundup

Fall Boot Roundup

Posted by: on Sep 28, 2011 | No Comments

Not only is it the time of year to start breaking out the flannel, tweed, and moleskin, but it’s also getting to be boot weather.  I love boot weather, and I’m not sure whether it’s the brisk air or footwear options that make it more appealing.  So here are a few options for this fall.

Finickey – The (New) Classic American Haberdasher

Finickey – The (New) Classic American Haberdasher

Posted by: on Sep 26, 2011 | One Comment

It seems like as of late there’s a new haberdasher opening shop every time you blink.  Some are brick-and-mortar like The Armoury and others completely digital like Kent Wang and Howard Yount.  But there’s one in particular that’s been flying under the radar for a few years now and is finally launching big – let me introduce you to Finickey.  

The Variety in Wool Ties

The Variety in Wool Ties

Posted by: on Sep 23, 2011 | One Comment

As wool ties begin replacing the raw silk and cottons of summer, it’s important to note that not all woolens are created equal.  Just as you wouldn’t describe a supreme Loro Piana jacketing as “wool,” neckwear offers a variety of quirks and nuances for the guy in the know.