midweSTYLE: Gazebo

March 16, 2011
With the warm weather being ushered in each week, we’re ready for spring.

Then it snows. Then it’s sunny again the next day to melt the snow, followed by another snow.

Welcome to weather in the Midwest. The weather is what you will it to be. Throw a cuff in your khakis and a tie on your button down.

We proudly roll our chinos occasionally. Gotta keep up with the times. Wanna learn how? Check out the Gilt MANual.

Shawl-collar cardigan ($60) by J.Crew; deadstock tie (eBay, lot of seven for $14); khaki pants (Urban Outfitters, $60) by Paul Frank, chestnut Longwings (thrifted, $4), size 10; “The Paulie” Chambray three-quarter sleeve shirt (Standard Style, $90) by Baldwin Denim.

If you tumble, check out our tumblr: www.themidwestyle.tumblr.com

Photography by Jarred Donalson,
great day for a great shoot by a great photographer.

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/17952369089649656400 mallory wiegers

    cam, those shoes are good. REAL GOOD.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/07618256380891425892 David

    Awesome look, I like how the tie adds a nice pop of color. Also, those shoes are brilliant, excellent find.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/02105619277913578745 The Thriftaholic (Leilani)

    You got a great deal on those ties, love the colour of that plaid.

    The chambray shirt is rockin’ too, I’ve been wanting to try out that look as well.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/16421041680022480463 Daniel Cummings

    Looking sharp as always.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10173775845177201996 Cameron

    David – thank you, sir! I nearly passed them up, then my girlfriend told me I would be an idiot to do so. She’s always right.

    Leilani – yeah, that plaid is one of my favorites. They’re all pretty loud actually, which is nice (I wear a lot of solid blue and white oxfords, so some color helps).

    DC – you’re too kind, my friend.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/16698059593079901763 Jeff

    Cameron – that’s the first lesson in a happy relationship: “She’s always right.”

    Someone please back me on this…

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/07108307235467969437 Marta

    in england there’s a joke that posh people use odd words to describe getting significantly drunk. one of those jokes is: “oh, oh, and i got toootaly gazeboed last night!”


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