Style File // The Album Critic

This week’s Style File is inspired by Fall garb and Fall tunes. “The Album Critic” features one of our newest Short Run Shirts from September’s Collection, The Red and Blue Thompson Tattersall. The muted red of The Thompson is perfect for the transition into Fall. Our Short Run Shirting Collections will be changing every two weeks this Fall, so be sure to pick up this great shirt while you can!

We’re always sharing music around the office, and this week we’re sharing some of our favorite Fall albums with you. First off, the newest release from Wild Nothing, Nocturne. Wild Nothing’s indie dream-pop vibe and spot on songwriting shines through with Nocturne. Next up, A Thing Called Divine Fits from Divine Fits- an indie supergroup made up of Spoon singer Britt Daniel, Dan Boeckner of Wolf Parade, and Sam Brown. Familiar in the newest way, the cohesiveness of A Thing Called Divine Fits is worth a listen or ten. Third on our list is Delicate Steve’s Positive Force. Delicate Steve made an appearance in Richmond a few months back opening for Yeasayer. These guys have an ambient, experimental sound that is even better live. Closing out the collection is Jens Lekman’s I Know What Love Isn’t. Lekman’s voice is somewhat of an acquired taste, but settling into the smoothness of I Know What Love Isn’t will leave you all but disappointed.

And now for the goods:

Rag & Bone’s Fall Collection is top notch. we’re featuring several pieces from them in this week’s Style File:

Scarf: The Emily Scarf

Jacket: The Hastings Jacket in Black

Pants: The RB15X in Dark Olive

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Shoes: High-Top Dress Shoe from Golden Goose via The Corner

iPad Case: Leather iPad Case in Brown and Blue by Caputo & Co. via Unionmade Goods

Sweater: The Pocket Sweater in Black and Gray Melange from Patrick Ervell

 

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