This past weekend, we hit the streets to do a style post for the Fall season. I wore my go-to layers as I walked all over the city to go to brunch, get coffee, attend class, and hang out with friends. Menswear is another FH206 outlet that allows me to express my personality and creativity. I have been into fashion since the days of middle school when my mom took me shopping for Unionbay gear at The Bon Marche.
My fashion has no standard blueprint as it has been inspired by hip hop music, urban art, classic American sportswear, Northwest outdoor style, city life, and a little bit of Capitol Hill hipster. I seek to obtain quality pieces that could work well whether you are going to a Gala or to a gastropub. I like to call this harmonizing haberdashery with streetwear.
Seattle has a resourceful amount of options to fit your retail needs. My favorite places are Nordstrom, Filson, Eddie Bauer, Ebbets Vintage, J. Crew, and the Army Surplus Store. Seattle strongly influences the menswear movement and I’m glad to be a representative of that.
Fit #2* - Ebbets Field Seattle Rainiers Varsity Jacket x J. Crew Henley x RRL Slim Fit Selvedge Jeans x Common Project Sneakers
Pre-funkin to ease the nerves. Wearing Band of Outsiders gingham shirt x Rag & Bone knit tie x Shipley & Halmos navy khakis x Quoddy mocs
Still got the ring but it can’t fit in my pockets.
Here at the Seattle Sculpture Park planning the proposal spot
Jumping for joy
At the “&” sign for you & me.
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She said “of course”
A few weeks ago I proposed to my inspiration, motivation, the person that keeps me hustling…. basically the most wonderful lady in my life. This is one most happiest days for both of us. I look forward to sharing a bank account and a tax return in 2013. Thanks to all the family, friends, and social network for the kind words.
big photography credit to my good friend Miguel Marino for some great shots. holla at him.