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Thursday
Apr232015

who the f is nick wooster shirt.

a special edition t-shirt to commemorate the todd snyder store event in Tokyo that featured one of the menswear legends, nick wooster. so if you still don't know who the man is then this shirt is for you. wear it and maybe someone will help you, or you will both be confused until you finally figure out how to use the google machine. grab this shirt on the todd snyder online shop here.

- taylor

Tuesday
Dec302014

rules of style: nick wooster.

details recently did a write up on nick wooster and his rules of style. the whole suit and tie thing really isn't my jam any more. i've moved more into street style fashion and clothes. james is still all about the suit game and he definitely has that front covered. even thought i don't rock the look anymore, i will always respect and admire the woost god. his style still smashes most out in the game right now as well as most that will ever enter it. real recognize real. 

when the woost god speaks on style you have to pay attention and listen to what he has to say. it may not directly apply to you and your style, but you can definitely take the ideas and use them in whatever style you're going with right now. check out the nick wooster's rules of style in the details article by kristen dold. 

1. If you can't afford a Rolex buy something equally as interesting at the other end of the spectrum like a Luminox—those are really cool. Don't buy a watch trying to emulate a Rolex.

2. I subscribe to the notion of the sartorial mullet—stay tailored up top and less buttoned up on the bottom. I love funny pants.

3. If you're going to play with color start with one. If you're wearing yellow, everything else should be navy and grey. Yes, I've been known to wear bright green and pink at the same time but I don't do that often—the bulk of my closet is grey, navy, white, khaki, olive, and a little black.

4. If you're putting in the effort to wear a tie, finish it off with a smart and simple tie bar. Not a decorative, big, or funny one. Just something functional.

5. A quarter-and-an-inch chocolate brown belt with a sterling buckle goes with everything from jeans to chinos to a proper suit. It may cost you $1,000, but it's a good investment.

6. If you're slim and tall and young, wear pleated pants. They accentuate every flaw you have so don't wear them if you have hips. Otherwise you'll really like them.

7. I have a good packing system that looks mildly anal but it's not. Jackets should be turned inside out to protect the shoulders, and 'like' things go together. Pants on the bottom, jackets on top. Socks and underwear get rolled.

8. You should be comfortable while traveling, but it isn't an excuse to look like a slob. Just wear the oversize khakis or footwear that's a size or two big on you. I made the mistake of wearing tight shoes on a plane and my ankles were the size of my thighs when I got off.

9. I'm a huge fan of tear sheets for inspiration. Tumblr is the best place to store files. You don't even have to repost them. Just like them and you'll have a catalogue of things that inspire and interest you. I like having a benchmark for remembering what I thought was cool when.

10. I don't have an M.O. when it comes to tattoos. The real reason my skin is covered in ink is that I'm really white, so instead of worrying about looking pale I thought, "Why not cover it with tattoos?"

- taylor

Monday
Aug182014

abc's of men's fashion - 52

“Style is the answer to everything. A fresh way to approach a dull or dangerous thing. To do a dull thing with style is preferable to doing a dangerous thing without it. To do a dangerous thing with style is what I call art.”
- Charles Bukowski

Thursday
Jun052014

abc's of Men's Fashion 49.


wardrobe.

 

“To discuss a man’s wardrobe is really to discuss a man’s life. For the kind of clothes he has in it reveals his way of life; and their condition and degree of fashionableness will show his character…”

 

- james

Monday
May192014

nick wooster x the coveteur.

in this profile the woost god opens up the doors to his apartment so that the coveteur can hang out, grab some words and snap a few pictures. 

there's a few things you can expect before even walking into this man's home. first, he's going to have a lot of clothes, like take what you're thinking and then multiply it by ten. Then multiply that again by all of your envy. Which leads me to our second expectation; he's going to have something you've only dreamed about having and you can never get it. there will be loads of clothing lust in this man's closet – it's unavoidable.

the covetuer gives us a some words on the man and also some great pictures. i've put a few pictures in the post, but to do yourself the favor and check out the rest of the profile on their site here. be sure to click on the pictures too. wooster gives insight on what's going on and let's you know where his head's at. and lastly, the woost god would have shoes displayed like a shoe store in his home. we couldn't have pictured it any other way.  

- taylor

Friday
Sep062013

a conversation with nick wooster.

seriously though, the man knows his stuff. I love this little chat with nick wooster, he lays out the basics on building a wardrobe and allowing it to evolve over time.

"Start really classic. start really simple. buy the best that you can afford, and over time... you can amass a wardrobe that you can wear season after season and trend after trend and time after time."

A CONVERSATION WITH NICK WOOSTER from Men In This Town on Vimeo.

"buy the most classic, buy the best you can afford, and buy clothes that fit perfectly. if they don't fit perfectly, take them to the tailor and have them be that way."

 

- james

Friday
Aug302013

peskowitz vs wooster.

Gilt Man put out this video of two kings of Men's fashion, Nick Wooster and Josh Peskowitz, giving great fashion advice on how to keep your street style on point. Wooster, bold as ever, rocks a matching tie and shirt combo while Peskowitz mixes simplicity with originality highlighting his "your name here" monogrammed shirt cuff. 

Gilt MANual Minute: Peskowitz vs. Wooster: The Ultimate Street Style Showdown from Gilt MAN on Vimeo.

It's always great to hear a new point of view from someone that eats, breathes and sleeps men's fashion. You don't need to agree with everything they say, but creating your own style often comes from borrowing bits and pieces from the ideas of others.

- james

Wednesday
Nov212012

nick wooster x dockers men of style video.

Dockers Men of Style | Nick Wooster from Paul and Williams on Vimeo.

 

Nick Wooster drops a few lines on men's style and fashion for Docker's campaign "Get Dressed Like You Mean It." It's a good, quick watch. Enjoy.

"How you dress is a direct reflection of what you're going to get out of your day." – Nick Wooster

- Taylor