Transitioning Into Fall with Lobo Mau Clothing

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Shirt: Zara | Pants: Lobo Mau | Shoes: Cole Haan | Sunglasses: vintage

These images were already posted on IG during fashion week so I’m going to use this post to say CONGRATULATIONS to my friend Nicole for FINALLY (finalllllly) launching menswear for her line, Lobo Mau. I’ve been a big fan and supporter over the years and felt only a bit guilty when she would make me custom menswear pieces as they weren’t available to the public. But now they are! See her incredibly comfortable and graphic line on her newly designed website. The Boks Print trousers and sweatshirt are my favorite pieces…

Photos captured by fellow blogger Taye Hansberry

Styling A Very Comfortable T-Shirt at NYFW

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Sometimes you find a brand that really speaks to you. When you do… buy. it. all. This happened to me when I found out my friend Aaron Pierce started his company Gentry + Rose. What started out as a custom denim love affair (Aaron made me a pair of custom jeans that quickly became my favorite pants that I’ve worn 100+ times now). Then I moved into wearing his comfortable t-shirts like this beige options shown above. It’s seriously one of the softest, most comfortable shirts I own. I keep wearing it and am hoping he comes out with other colors ASAP. Shop similar pieces from this outfit in the widget below.

T-shirt: Gentry + Rose | Pants: H&M | Shoes: Zara | Belt: Asos | Sunglasses: vintage

Photos captured by fellow blogger Taye Hansberry

Last Moments before Spring

Hoodie: Naadam Cashmere | Jacket: Zara | Jeans: H&M | Shoes: Cole Haan (similar) | Watch Seiko

Summer to Fall City Exploration Outfit | Feat: Mitchell Evan

 

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Jacket: Mitchell Evan | Shirt: Zara | Pants: DSTLD | Shoes: To Boot New York
Sunglasses: Randolph | Watch: Tudor Black Bay (in partnership with Bernie Robbins)

I recently discovered a new brand that’s made in Los Angeles, Mitchell Evan. The brand’s latest collection includes this olive city jacket that I love for its slim fit. The color paired well with the other earth tones in this look from the gold accented sunglasses to the incredibly comfortable To Boot New York fall boots.

Photography: Briana Louise
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Before We Spring Forward

Tee: ASOS | Pants: Zara | Coat: Andrew Marc Shoes: Kenneth Cole | Sunglasses: Mont Blanc | Watch: Marco Mavilla

In the winter something about the cold keeps me dressed in a lot of black and neutral colors. With spring around the corner I’m playing with the light and making a graphic statement. I paired this lined t-shirt with my favorite winter coat to keep me warm, but the whole time I wore it I just wanted to throw the coat down and walk around in just the t-shirt! Toward the end of each season I start working in the next season’s styles. Whether that’s wearing fall layers at the first cool breeze in September or attempting to wear just a t-shirt at the beginning of March, the saying goes, “we always want what we don’t have.” If the current temperate means I get to wear this outfit, then I want exactly what I DO have. Cheers to spring temperatures ahead.

 

Photography: Briana Louise
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