Compression shorts with color and character.
I’m just trying to be a more honest person.
Panda Coat, close cousin to the Griz Coat.
Natrually, I’m bearish on these products.
CATCH THE SENSATION.
At first, you’re thinking: “Yeah, this is a cool shirt because it’s like funny and twitter-ish”.
And then you’re thinking: “This shirt sucks because it’s trendy and will get old the first time I wear it.”
And then you keep thinking: “$28 for a t-shirt, that’s some ignorant bitch sheeeeeit”.
Bumping B.o.B all weekend. I’m having a hard time finding a bad song on Strange Clouds.
MixBit. The latest superfun video app. Shoot videos/mix videos/re-mix videos - all anonymously.
The Oxford is the essential dress shirt. Oxfords combine heavier cotton, a basket-weave pattern, and a slightly shiny checker pattern to create a shirt that is both soft and shapely, yet rigid and durable. While traditionally produced in white and light blue, recent color trends have seen the Oxford produced in greys and reds.
I’ve been looking for a good Oxford for a reasonable price for a few weeks now, and wanted to share my findings. Note: Reasonable price does not mean “cheap”. I’m looking for a balance of quality and value. A balance between “H&M Signature First Wash Fall-Apart” and “Guiseppe the Tailor’s Fine Custom Shirts”.
Everlane: $55 will get you a slim-fitted Oxford. Everlane features 5 colors to choose from, as well as an explanation of their quality and a line-item breakdown of the “true cost” of making an Oxford (or why the only charge $55 when you would pay double that at Brooks).
Gap: About a year ago, Gap debuted their Modern Oxford - essentially a slim-fit offering in Gap’s signature array of colors. $50 buys you a Modern Oxford in 1 of 12 different colors. Gap, for me at least, has been known to have spotty quality in the past - but I have yet to notice any issues with their Oxfords. Grab a couple during the next storewide X% off sale. They’re worth it.
JC Penney: I know. I’m as surprised as you are. Like you, I haven’t set foot in a JC Penney since YEARS. Their private label JCP line is iffy on many pieces (namely the chinos), but solid on Oxfords. The JCP Oxford is $40 and is made in 6 colors, and has the kind of tailored fit you just can’t get with Penney’s Stafford line.