Every single day, our style team filters through millions upon millions of style articles, clothing pieces, collection launches, brand parties, blogger fads, runway shows, fashion shoots, lookbooks and many, many more stimuli to stay on top of what’s hot in men’s fashion. In spite of all that noise, we’ll keep things simple here: just four things we’re into right now, updated each week.
Russell Moccasin Co. Knock-A-Bout Boot
Russel Moccasin Co.’s Knock-A-Bout boot will set you apart from your colleagues with its esoteric style. It blends the worlds of the moc-toe work boot, the pull-on roper boot and the chukka into one durable piece of footwear. The six-inch boots are made from Brown Chrome waterproof leather and feature crepe outsoles, pull straps and hand-sewn toes seams.
Online Ceramics Shoreline Skull & Roses T-Shirt
Union Los Angeles is now stocking some Dead and Co. parking lot merchandise. Maybe it’s because John Mayer was spotted rocking on this summer, or maybe it’s because it embodies the rebellious carefree spirit of Dead. Either way, this shirt from Online Ceramics has some crazy graphics, and is hand printed and tie dyed in Los Angeles.
Todd Snyder Camel Hair Rollneck Sweater
Turtlenecks exude swagger. They require confidence to pull off (or a well-proportioned neck), but once you try them, you’ll never go back to crew or v-neck sweaters again; you’ll feel as smooth and powerful as John Shaft. This camel hair number from Todd Snyder won’t pill, and, much like Shaft himself, gets smoother over time thanks to the nature of the fabric.
Heschung Thuya Leather Derby Shoes
Chunky-sole derby shoes are the next footwear frontier for men now that work boots have had their moment. Originally designed for traipsing French Alpine hills, Heschung’s Thuya shoes are now a refined option that — as cliché as it sounds — can go from the city to the country seamlessly. Throw them on with a suit if you want to push the envelope, or take them hiking if you’re feeling intrepid. Don’t worry, the durable leather can handle it.
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