Black leather jackets are the clothing equivalent to black leather boots. Even the slightest variation can make you add another to your collection. A couple years ago I went through an insane search for semi affordable leather jackets (sorry, no Balenciaga's here). I started with the most classic Schott, but they were always too boxy for me. So instead I wound up with every other variation - oversized, cropped, quilted, minimal. And now that The Line created this slightly more modern, tailored version of Schott's classic Perfecto, I am a happy camper. No more leather jackets for me.
Satin is not a fabric I would usually actively seek out to wear but Rosetta Getty can pretty much get me into anything. Seriously, burlap, bring it. And sometimes you just need a cape to make your day better. More Rosetta Getty. All the Rosetta Getty.
I got my first pair of Vans in the 7th grade - 1977 or something (jk but close) - blue and white Sk8-Hi's from the outlet in Corona. That exact same pair/colorway still exists and I still wear them regularly (new pair, my feet have grown since). The beauty of Vans is that the more beat up they get, the better they are, and just when they're on their last dying breath, you just cycle into a fresh new pair, as evidenced by the first image. Check out my holiday guest edit here.
Please welcome STOP IT RIGHT NOW to 2014 (almost 2015)!
I finally caved and made a FB page (read: was forced to make one while trying to sign up for something else). In any event, you can interact with me there and ask me how I like my In-N-Out (protein style, with onions and chopped chilis, no tomato), what to wear to prom (tuxedo! but good luck finding a date!), and whatever else that is not too stressful for me to answer. I'll share more links and giveaways there in the coming year since I'm transitioning into primarily original content for this here site. Find me on FB here.