1. fromsqualortoballer:

I’m leaving for NYC tomorrow. I’m counting it as a vacation, but I’ll definitely be doing a lot blog work while there - meeting with vendors, trying on awesome clothes, taking pictures, writing - sounds terrible, doesn’t it?
Oh, and since I always get so many questions about where each item comes from in these posts, I’ve included product links when available. Keep in mind, though, that none of these items were bought at full price and many were bought used.
Here’s what’s going with me:
Two wool blazers - one brown, one navy
Trench coat for inclement weather
Two blue striped spread collar shirts
Three button-down shirts - two blue oxfords, one blue chambray
Gray flannel trousers (I’ll bring a second pair if I have room)
Raw denim
Navy knit tie
Unassuming pocket square
A simple cashmere scarf
Two crewneck sweaters - one shetland, one cable-knit cashmere
Suede oxfords
Suede chukkas
A great brown belt
Hopefully I’ll get to meet some of you all while I’m there! You can find my other packing posts here.

    fromsqualortoballer:

    I’m leaving for NYC tomorrow. I’m counting it as a vacation, but I’ll definitely be doing a lot blog work while there - meeting with vendors, trying on awesome clothes, taking pictures, writing - sounds terrible, doesn’t it?

    Oh, and since I always get so many questions about where each item comes from in these posts, I’ve included product links when available. Keep in mind, though, that none of these items were bought at full price and many were bought used.

    Here’s what’s going with me:

    Hopefully I’ll get to meet some of you all while I’m there! You can find my other packing posts here.

    Reblogged from: fromsqualortoballer
  2. Reblogged from: meditativemumbles
  3. 1924us:

We hope you like really crappy how-to’s because if you followour Instagram we promise it’s what you’ll get! 

    1924us:

    We hope you like really crappy how-to’s because if you follow
    our Instagram we promise it’s what you’ll get! 

    Reblogged from: dedevondarling
  4. thestudenttailor:

A truly phenomenal three piece. This simply encapsulates why I admire 1930s tailoring. Elegant, characterful, charismatic, beautifully cut and structured.
vestisferrea:

Fritz Beckert, architect, c. 1930

    thestudenttailor:

    A truly phenomenal three piece. This simply encapsulates why I admire 1930s tailoring. Elegant, characterful, charismatic, beautifully cut and structured.

    vestisferrea:

    Fritz Beckert, architect, c. 1930

    Reblogged from: thestudenttailor
  5. wearetylerspeople:

the-uncalm-nipples:

nodaybuttodaytodefygravity:

nateriot:

Obama on gay adoption 


yeah totally ruining this country what a horrible guy

Fun fact: Obama has attempted to fix almost everything that he promised to fix, but the republicans have voted almost all of his bills out of congress. He’s not the problem.

Fun fact: Obama doesn’t make laws, Congress does.

    wearetylerspeople:

    the-uncalm-nipples:

    nodaybuttodaytodefygravity:

    nateriot:

    Obama on gay adoption 

    image

    yeah totally ruining this country what a horrible guy

    Fun fact: Obama has attempted to fix almost everything that he promised to fix, but the republicans have voted almost all of his bills out of congress. He’s not the problem.

    Fun fact: Obama doesn’t make laws, Congress does.

    Reblogged from: revelsinmalevolence
  6. bellusterra:

Mornin’ bellusterra
    Reblogged from: wantmytattoosandmylifeback
  7. Reblogged from: welldressedman
  8. lestatthecupcakeprince:

creppysponge:

blackgirlsparadise:

How….?

STEVEN RUSSELL WAS A FUCKING GENIUS. 
Originally arrested for Insurance Fraud, he met the love of his life Phillip Morris in prison
He got out before Phillip, so he proceeded to GET PHILLIP OUT OF PRISON
He wanted to give Phillip a glamourous life, so he got a big-name job, and then started embezzling funds
he was arrested and then broke out TWICE MORE and kept busting out
then he was arrested again, and the above happened
while he was on the run from this, he was determined to get Phillip (who was in trouble for harboring him) out of prison so he pretended to be a lawyer and hit up Phillip’s jail 24/7. He tried to get Phillip moved to a prison closer to where he was hiding so he couLD VISIT HIM
AND THEN he made a fake identity and tried to get a 75k loan, and was arrested AGAIN, but he FAKED A HEART ATTACK AND LEFT BEFORE HE WAS EVEN PLACED IN PRISON AGAIN
There’s a movie about his life called “I love you, phillip morris” Starring Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor

THAT’S BASED ON A TRUE STORY WHAT

    lestatthecupcakeprince:

    creppysponge:

    blackgirlsparadise:

    How….?

    STEVEN RUSSELL WAS A FUCKING GENIUS. 

    • Originally arrested for Insurance Fraud, he met the love of his life Phillip Morris in prison
    • He got out before Phillip, so he proceeded to GET PHILLIP OUT OF PRISON
    • He wanted to give Phillip a glamourous life, so he got a big-name job, and then started embezzling funds
    • he was arrested and then broke out TWICE MORE and kept busting out
    • then he was arrested again, and the above happened
    • while he was on the run from this, he was determined to get Phillip (who was in trouble for harboring him) out of prison so he pretended to be a lawyer and hit up Phillip’s jail 24/7. He tried to get Phillip moved to a prison closer to where he was hiding so he couLD VISIT HIM
    • AND THEN he made a fake identity and tried to get a 75k loan, and was arrested AGAIN, but he FAKED A HEART ATTACK AND LEFT BEFORE HE WAS EVEN PLACED IN PRISON AGAIN
    • There’s a movie about his life called “I love you, phillip morris” Starring Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor

    THAT’S BASED ON A TRUE STORY WHAT

    Reblogged from: revelsinmalevolence
  9. fabforgottennobility:

    Bmw R69S “VOLTRON”  by ER motorcycles

    © Jernej Konjajev

    Reblogged from: unmodernman
  10. jhilla:

    Buster Keaton.

    Whenever I get bored of suits or need ideas for myself or new products I always look at old black and white photography.  You can pick up on details but it always leaves more to the imagination.

    You’d be surprised how inventive clothing was back in the day.  Take Buster’s crescent pockets for example (pic 5).  Or his super soft, stingy shouldered tuxedo (pic 2).  Or his thick crepe-esque oxfords (pic 3).  

    You don’t really find things like that today, especially in these applications.

    Buster rocked a mean coiffe.

    Reblogged from: jhilla
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