I <3 Socks

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Shirt: c/o/ Indochino| Pants: 7 For All Mankind | Socks: c/o/ Ted Baker | Shoes: c/o/ Ahnu

Since the Ted Baker store opened at the King of Prussia Mall I’ve been urging to wear these heart printed socks. The gift pack came with two other color ways… black with white hearts and black with pink hearts. I wore the gray with black hearts for this outfit — they complimented the colors in my leather slip-ons. My shirt is light purple and almost looks white in these photographs. I like the outfit with either a white or light purple dress shirt. Do you wear printed socks?

Photography: Lauren Sauder

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RAGs & Thread Custom Denim.

 

Over the past year or so I’ve been watching RAGs & Thread as the company expanded its ready-to-wear selection. Currently offering men’s and women’s knits, the company hopes to launch a custom denim platform on its online store to allow customers to, well, customize their own jeans. Right now there is a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for production and to build the interface on the RAGs & Thread website. Scroll on to read/see how it will work!

A customer will start out with a blank pair of denim jeans and select different embellishments on the RAGs & Thread website. This pair that I customized as part of the Kickstarter campaign has some acid washing, distressing on the right thigh and a camo patch.

Images are from the custom denim campaign. If you didn’t realize, I’m the male personality behind the custom denim launch! I modeled the sample jeans and appear in the promotional video. SEE THE VIDEO HERE.

Head over to RAGs & Thread’s Kickstarter to read more about the customization process and to pledge for a custom pair of jeans before the campaign ends! AHHHHH! HURRY!

Photography: Derek Brad

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No Reservations

Shirt: Gap

Jacket: thrifted

Jeans: Gap

Belt: Gap

Sunnies: D&G

Shoes: Aston Grey

As we enter the holiday season, my wardrobe is getting more and more festive. Reds, metallic accents, and earth tones to resemble the holidays. Along with the parties and family gathering happening during this time of year, there is also chaos. Gift buying, card writing, cooking, and much more. It’s important to take a moment every now and then to rest and enjoy life while some are stressing over a not so quiet holiday season.

So why not go see a play? Performance art is a great way to get the mind of off, well, all those other crazy holiday activities! I heard No Reservations is opening at the Adrienne Theater in Philly later this month. I’m excited to go, but ironically the play is all about a chaotic Christmas! I guess there isn’t much getting around the madness that ensues when presents start piling up and party invitations keep coming in the mail. I don’t want to ruin the plot for myself so I’m going to wait to find out what happens until seeing the play sometime between Nov. 26-Dec. 15.

Shop holiday looks for the theater and more on East Dane!

Photography: Kris McElligott

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Midnight Navy

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Shirt: Target – Sweater: H&M – Jacket: Zara – Jeans: Lucky Brand

I Can Get Real Artsy With This

Says my friend who took the picture. Thanks, Emmy!

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Sweater: cashmere (missing label) – Shirt: Target – Jeans: Bullhead

Jacket: Wilsons Leather – Hat: Gap – Boots: Nocona