The Grey is the most versatile suit color in the transitional menswear category.
Brown leather jacket at Bobby from Boston
v-neck T’s by Alternative at Sault New England
Grey Plaid pants by Ben Sherman
Moccasins by Rancourt & Co at Ball and Buck
Model Gusteavo in Business:
Grey stripe suit by Ben Sherman
Blue stripe shirt by Reiss
Organge/blue tie by Reiss
Merlot shoes by Allen Edmond’s
Holiday-themed socks by Happy Socks at Uniform Boston
Mode James in Elegant Casual/Business Casual:
Mustard cardigan by Scotch and Soda at Uniform Boston
V-neck T’s by Alternative at Sault New England
Dark blue Jeans by Levis at Uniform Boston
Grey/Brown Saddle shoes by Walkover at Ball and Buck
Model JR in Formal:
Sharkskin Grey Suit by Ben Sherman
White Shirt by Reiss
Navy Bow tie by Reiss
Black shoes by Allen Edmonds
I stopped by The Rhode Show on WPRI12 to discuss Transtional Menswear.
Looks curated in the following order:
Military-Inspired Business Casual;
Special thanks to Alton Lane, Uniform Boston, Sault New England, Allen Edmonds, Ball and Buck, scott james, and Reiss.
DressCode Boston got you covered in case you missed the Ball and Buck VIP Opening Party on Newbury Street.
Among the special guest list, Shawn Thornton #22 Boston Bruins; check out what he and others are saying about the local-based menswear brand.
Boston Men’s S/S12 #BOSMen12
Last month we hosted #BOSMen12 at InterContinental Boston. Our goal for the best men’s fashion celebration for Boston was achieved with the support of Boston fashion community. The event drew near 300 people, which resulted to over 30,000 impressions on Twitter and Instagram, and 15 editorials. Check out photos and videos at DressCode Boston on Facebook. The audience was engaged and the best Spring/Summer men’s style were curated through DressCode Boston’s produced short-films, a live fashion shows, social media platforms, and a print look book. #BOSMen12 featured:
Ball and Buck
Any Given Day: Boston by Men’s Style Curator Jeff Lahens at Boston Fashion Week 2011 ALSO featured the BEST looks available at premium men’s stores in Boston: Uniform Boston, Ball and Buck, Drinkwater’s Cambridge, and Bobby from Boston. Men’s furnishings included shoes and belts by Allen Edmonds, Goorin Brothers hats, Randolph Engineering sunglasses, and Happy Socks.
Thank you to Dynasty Models and Maggie, Inc.
Thank you Hogger & Co for capturing this phenomenal moment for the Boston menswear community. http://www.hoggerandco.com
Special thanks to http://avnifashion.com/
Any Given Day: Boston by Jeff Lahens at The Tent at Boston Fashion Week 2011 featuring
Drinkwater’s Cambridge – A key resource for appropriate casual dressing for the mature gentleman and men who are looking to bring back the business in Business Casual.
Ball and Buck - A hunting-inspired ‘Made in the USA’ clothing brand. To the question many men ask: Style or substance? “If you were to pack your ‘last suitcase’ we would want everything in it to come from B&B—what would you want in it, style or substance?” – Mark Bollman, Founder.
Uniform Boston - “it’s all about u.” A men’s store for contemporary lifestyle clothing…or for effortless stylish looks.
Bobby from Boston - No1 Greatest Men’s Store in America by Esquire Magazine in 2011 “because he [Bobby] does it better than anyone else.”
JL Men’s - Jeff Lahens’ new collection of versatile vintage-inspired sportwear for upscale and smart dressing…designed to elevate a man’s style while remaining true to self.
Randolph Engineering - Fun, Confident, Smart, and Classic eyewear made in Randolph, MA. US Military and Air Forces approved sunglasses.