Baldwin denim 6months, no wash “the Henley” dry stretch $198, Filson Canvas tote $40 –
reg $80 (ebay), Nordstrom 1901 blue suede bucks $44 – reg $99, American Apparel White Oxford Button down $50, J.CREW leather belt $4.99 – reg $25, Timex Camper Watch $18 – reg $25 (amazon), Thrifted Van Heusen tie $1, Thrifted antique rifle tie bar $6, Billtornade Wool Small Blazer $210 – reg $680.
I don’t know who you are Sergio
Valerie Valente, but your brown tie is beautiful. Go America.
In the vein of Jeff’s post on Steven Alan’s spring looks, and considering I love outerwear for all seasons, I jumped on eBay to start looking for spring jackets and parkas in preparation for the rainy days on my college campus. I happened upon the Steven Alan Vintage Hiking Parka.
There’s a seller who’s got a decent stock of these things and they’re going for right around a hundred bucks (they retailed around $400). Granted, they are a season or two old, but a perfect jacket like this is timeless. If you’ve got the means, I highly suggest trying to pick one up.
|thrifted made in america pink plaid tie $1, rifle tie bar $5,
american apparel small white oxford $55, billtornade wool sportcoat $220 (
|baldwin 14oz karabo “the henley” $198, skull-and-crossbone socks from target $2.50 and thrifted bass captoe shoes $5|
My favorite looks from Steven Alan’s Spring 2011 Lookbook. I’ll just go ahead and assume that Cam would pick the same looks as his favorite, too. Steven Alan’s shirting is always spot on with a tailored fit. I haven’t tried his shorts, but I’m sure it’s spot on as well.