Why I Chose A Men’s Clothing Subscription Service

Why I Chose A Men’s Clothing Subscription Service Clothes shopping can be such a hassle. You would think that since I work in the fashion industry, I would not struggle with dressing myself. Unfortunately, I spend so much of my time editing, shooting, or running around to set locations that I hardly find the time to shop around and build my own closet. I got into this industry because I found fashion to be a versatile, imaginative, and fun field. Now that I’m in midst of my career, it’s hard for me to get interested when browsing for new personal […]

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Top Three Staple Jackets

If you’re looking to polish off your look without having to spend that extra 10 minutes in front of your closet, pick up one of each of these jacket staples and head out in effortless style.   THE JEAN JACKET Light washed, dark washed, distressed – we love denim in all forms, so it’s only natural a jean jacket would make the cut. Now, we’re not promoting the Canadian tuxedo, but we do believe that pairing jean on jean is a possibility. Varying washes makes this style pop. Opting for a light wash jacket and black jeans like featured above […]

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Style Breakdown: Layered Look

While the spring winds down and opens most of us up to a sweltering summer, its time to get the last bits of layering in for the season. Breaking down this look above, we can see how these simple pieces can take on a new life to create a seamless style. Working inwards out, we start with the tee. Thinner pieces are key to a layered look and this Jelly Tee from Civil Society fits the bill perfectly. To make an otherwise bland outfit stand out, play around with patterns and prints. Incorporating a tee with a talking point, like […]

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History Lesson: White Tee

 In this series, we look into the origins of our most beloved fashion staples. From their humble beginnings to their rise to popularity, we’ll cover it all. Today, we begin with an all-time classic, the white tee. Although most of us will rock this piece on its own, the tee began as a piece of underwear in the early medieval period. Simple T-shaped shirts were created from wool, silk, or linen and worn between the body and outer layer for multiple purposes. The first being to protect skin from the coarser materials used in outerwear. The second, to prevent other bodily […]

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