Blue polo. Blue chinos. You’re my boy blue.
A good looking, but still casual 4th outfit that’s all made here in the USA.
One example of how to wear a Navy Blazer (the right, lightweight kind) in the heat.
Pilot, Dad Joke aficionado, and the man behind @vectors_to_final on the ‘gram.
Average price per piece = $44. Shirt, pants, watch, shoes, the works.
Easy, lightweight layers for late spring & early summer. …”You only buy cheap wine.”
It’s hot. Look smart. Stay cool.
Not warm. Hot.
Good fits & fabrics that feel right = avoiding the Troop Beverly Hills look.
Let’s get dark. Almost monochrome. Yet still breathable for the heat.
Making the case for this warm weather uniform. 007 would approve.
Classic American Workwear with a “milsurp” twist? Yes sir!
Maybe a half-day Friday is in the cards?
No deck? No problem. Make some drinks, grab some snacks, and let’s get some air.
Sun’s out quads out. Average item cost = $37. And that includes shoes, sunglasses, a watch, etc.
The Thrifting Master and Stats Man keeps it stylish but comfy. Also, cat brothers!
Blues, aqua, grays. Keeping it sleek. Keeping it sharp. Keeping an eye on saving money.
Clean & mean. Laid back but put together.
Seersucker. Paisley. Light saber.
#TeamSweatpants can doubt all they want. But now is precisely the time to bring it.