Seems like all of our favorite menswear labels are making stylish workout clothes these days, from
Ovadia & Sons to Suitsupply to Dusk, a sporty new collection launched by the folks at Unis yesterday. (And let’s not forget Todd Snyder’s long-standing collaboration with Champion.)
But with all this handsome athletic wear out there, who’s really using it to work out? That slick windbreaker intended for triathlon training will probably end up logging more hours at brunch tables than on running trails. Of course, that shouldn’t stop you from buying it—you’ll just have to come to terms with the intent of your purchase versus the reality of how you’ll actually use it...
Fashion Week shows offer the rare opportunity to see what you and others of your well-dressed ilk will be rocking a calendar year from now. It’s like stepping into a time machine where everyone’s taking photos all the time. The king-hell bummer of it all is that you’re not wearing any of this wonderful stuff until next year. Uncool.
Now that the pleasantries of our introduction to fall are over, it’s time to get serious.
And that means wearing tweed as often as possible. Luckily, we’ve rounded up the finest specimens of the warm, rugged fabric in its various forms—though we would caution you against wearing it all at once.
It’s a testament to the cultural impact of When Harry Met Sally that everyone’s still talking about it 25 years later.
Not only does the movie still hold up, so does Billy Crystal’s style. From the post-college road trip hoodies to the business-casual blazer with jeans to the weekend-worthy chunky-knit Aran sweaters. They’re style notes worth cribbing.
If not, allow us to remind you—there’s a certain charm to sticking something bright, gauzy and not too fussy into your breast pocket during the sunnier months... Plus, it’s the easiest way to inject some bright summer vibes into your navy suit or that sandy linen blazer.
News flash: we’re two days away from the official start to summer.
And since we’re here to help guide you through the warmer months as handsomely as possible, we’ve put together a little sartorial inspiration board for the occasions ahead of you—borrowed from this season’s best lookbook snaps.
News flash: St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner. Monday, to be exact.
So you’ll probably want to wear something green to ward off any handsy coworkers, relatives or passers-by. (Unless you’re into that sort of thing.)
Come to think of it, as far as sartorial traditions linked to holidays go, this might be one of the better ones—considering all you’ve got to do is wear “something” green. Which means you can be subtle about it—and, more importantly, get into the spirit without sacrificing your dignity.