Style File // The Modern Man

Recently, we’ve had a good amount of feedback and questions concerning outfitting, how to wear certain items, and like-brands that our company digs. We’re excited to introduce “Style Files,” a new weekly blog segment highlighting new product and some of our favorite items from brands we believe in. This week’s Style File is titled “The Modern Man,” inspired by Arcade Fire’s album “The Suburbs”. Having recently launched our July 2012 Short Run Collection and The Commonwealth Collection’s Pocket Square Project, we’re highlighting The Blue and Brown Carrington Check and The Waverly Pocket Square.

Featured products:

Blazer/ Pants:  The Standard Issue Civilian Blazer in Khaki and The Standard Issue Civilian Chino in Olive from Apolis

Leather Bag: The Dillard Commuter in Mad Dog from Moore & Giles, Lynchburg, VA

Shaving Kit: The Limited Edition Shaving Kit from Portland General Store; Designed and built in collaboration with Owen & Stork, as a part of their Atelier Numbered Series

Tie: The Walker from Pierrepont Hicks, handcrafted in 100% English wool

Sunglasses: Canby | The Bushmills- Shwood Collaboration with Bushmills Irish Whiskey and Bodega; Made from genuine White Oak Bushmills Irish whiskey barrels. Watch the collaborative film here

Boots: White’s Boots in Sierra Cap Toe from Imogene + Willie; White’s Boots originally started in Virginia before the Civil War, moved west to St. Maries, Idaho in 1902, and eventually, in 1915, found its way to Spokane, Washington to fill the need for logging footwear

Magazine: PORT Issue 5 via UNIONMADE; PORT combines men’s tastes in style, intelligence and culture

Pen: Baltz Exemplar; Friends of Paul Watson, Bart Creasman and Cass Baltz first met as teammates, playing soccer at Davidson College. Creasman and Baltz are dedicated to designing the best hand-turned pen on the market through thoughtful design and exceptional quality

Notebook: Monocle’s A4 Softcover Stationery Notebook in Olive Plain via UNIONMADE

Camera: Ilott Vintage Rangefinder Camera via uncrate

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