Gents, are you looking for inspirations for HOW TO layer this Spring season that feels like Winter? I had the wonderful opportunity to collaborate with one of the doppest men’s fashion blogger in Boston, and to produce an amazing piece on effortlessly transitional menswear. The video above is only a preview. Check out the full editorial by Alexander Ingram of A Boston Blazer (click).
Here’s the shout out to the brands that I am wearing in the video just in case you are curious:
Blazer// Peter Millar
Vest, Shirt, and Trousers// JL Men’s by Jeff Lahens
Sweater// Ben Sherman
Tie// Original Penguin
Bow tie (used as pocket square)// Bandari
Boots// Allen Edmonds
Socks// Happy Socks
Sneakers// Jack Purcell by Converse
The Grey is the most versatile suit color in the transitional menswear category.
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.