“The time has come”, the style man said, “To talk of many things . . . “
We’ll stop with the strange allusions, but we did want to talk of many things today.
Of style, of class, of tradition, and function. Of beauty and elegance, of aesthetic, also.
But most importantly, we speak to that uncompromising soul quivering deep within that refuses to
accept anything foreign of divination. . . Meaning, you want to look good.
We all do, and that’s some strong power if you can harness it wisely.
Now that the worst of winter (fingers crossed) seems to have passed
we’ve taken to leaving our heavy winter coats behind these last few days, and instead vying for a
classic approach to beating the cold: a good ole’ Winter Sweater.
Great for all that “Sweater Weather” out there; whether it be acrylic, wool, cashmere, or angora.
Worn by fishermen, farmers, workmen, heroes, athletes, gods, teens, and idols.
They are aran, cable-knit, patterned, and geometric;
Textured, solid, V-neck, or button-up.
There are so many different ways to wear them. Don’t forget they are an important part of the repertoire for any well-dressed gentleman of distinct tastes.
We explored +Sweater Girls+ in the past, so now we shine an eye to the men of the past who have made the sweater great; showing how the perfect sweater can truly transform.
Integrate these thoughts and inspirations into your daily ritual, and become part of the legendary timeline.
If you play your cards right, you might just live forever.
Or at least, like you did once.
When I stated in fashion, I had already adopted the sailor-striped sweater as my uniform; that way, I wouldn’t have to drive myself crazy trying to figure out what to wear.
- Jean Paul Gaultier
Until next time,