Artist & PhotographerRather be in Mexico right now? Let everyone know by rocking a Hawaiian shirt. You can take it one step further by going to a taco joint – just don’t forget they must be playing Mariachi for it to be authentic. This Ted Baker’s Hawaiian shirt makes me feel like I’m on the beaches of Tulum sipping on a cerveza. For the bottom half, I decided to wear jeans that matched my nonchalant attitude. Wide legs for the win. Pretty easy look, don’t you think? Now, let’s all get on a plane. See you at the airport.
Business Development ManagerWhen it comes to outrageous prints, you’d be hard pressed to find something more wild than a cheetah print. But, when tempered with a white undershirt and cropped black slacks, the print can read as suave, retro-Americana (that, or I’ve seen too many Dolce & Gabbana ads). As camp-collar shirts can often give the illusion of a longer neck, unbuttoning the top few buttons of your shirt can balance out the silhouette by widening your shoulders and giving you a more masculine appearance. And with these hints of Sicilian chic (peep the gold chain and subtle sheen on the shirt), it only follows that I slipped into some Italian inspired shoes. Keep them just as updated as your shirt with a pair of loafer mules instead. Ciao.
Founder & Creative DirectorThere’s something about a camp collared button up that just feels like summer. It may be the Tropical leaves plastered all over the one i’m wearing here or possibly because every festival goer for the last 5 years has been rocking one for the novelty of it. Whatever it may be, I can’t stop rocking them. This one from QuizMan has been a personal favorite of mine as it compliments the blue hue i’ve been draping myself in recently. If you ask me, the key to rocking this look its to roll the sleeves. Think Elvis circa 1956. Not only do you look a little bit more like the king of rock and roll, but it actually makes your biceps look a little bit bigger. Who wouldn’t want an imaginary inch around those pythons?