Individualized Shirt

fifth harmony: *performs at a pride event*

me: *draws fifth harmony in a pride parade*

SO I DESIGNED THIS FOR MY SCHOOL’S LGBT CLUB TO PUT ON SHIRTS?? And I posted this on Twitter for people’s opinions and they all really liked it so I???

I put the individual birds on separate shirts and I’m SELLING those shirts, stickers, and other neat things on RedBubble so!

Here is the store link! [STORE]


There’s a new design up on RedBubble! (will be available elsewhere at a later date as well!) Get it on just about anything your heart desires! (No seriously, Redbubble prints on so many things)
This one is for all the Monster Hunters out there. Unfortunately I couldn’t fit everyone on to the one design, but fear not! There is a the potential for another round! 
Also, I’m thinking about putting a few of these on their own shirts individually. 
I don’t have the time to do all of them, but I can do a few. Who would you like to see on their own shirt? Let me know!

The Popover Shirt

Summer is a great time for slightly more casual takes on tailored clothing, and there’s no easier way to dress down a tailored jacket than by using a slightly more casual shirt. So instead of the finely woven cotton dress shirts you might use for the office, consider something in a linen or linen blend. Bolder patterns can also make a shirt look more casual, although you want to be wary of anything that looks too busy. I find blue and white Bengal stripes to be the most useful.

I’ve also come to really like popovers, which is a pullover style with a half placket front. Before sport shirts were made with coat fronts – where the opening went from the collar down to the hem, like a coat – they were made with half-plackets such as this button-down. Nowadays, popovers can be seen a sort of “in-between.” They’re more relaxed than a traditional shirt, but dressier than a polo, which makes them great for those days you want to look sharp, but casual.

The problem with popovers is that they can be sometimes hard to fit. Unlike long-sleeved polos or rugbys – which are styled similarly – these are constructed from a woven, rather than knitted, material. Which means they’re less stretchy. So, in order to easily slide in and out of these things, you want your shirt to be cut a little bigger, but not so big that it looks baggy when worn. 

I ended up going through my shirtmaker Ascot Chang in order to get the right fit, but you could also try many of the ready-to-wear options and be more exacting with your alterations tailor. Try Sid Mashburn, Gitman Brothers, J. Crew, G. Inglese, Individualized Shirts, Fun Time Shirt Company, and Ralph Lauren to start. For something custom, check out Mercer & Sons, Luxire, and our advertiser Proper Cloth. The first will do made-to-order, where you can customize your shirt from a wide range of pre-selected options, while the last two can do made-to-measure, where you’ll get a shirt made according to the body measurements you submit online.  


personal style lookbook winter14:
shot by matt perrone at sandbox studio
styled by dillon burke

hat via unknown
coat via uniqlo
jacket via levis
shirt via individualized shirts
shirt via the classroom
denim via rogue territory
shoe via florsheim

reach out to an old friend today, for no reason other than to see how they are.


@zabrakfucker suggested more Thrawn/Car’das, which I am more than happy to supply

I feel like i need to apologise...

… i got a message from one of my followers he mentioned his concerns about  one of the images i shared on my blog since it has a white individual wearing a shirt with a decorated Native American skull on it. I didnt think it would be offensive I should have been more sensible about this kind of things i should def. work on that  so i wanna apologise if i offended anyone especially any of my native american followers, i will be more careful from now on about anything i shared on my blog .

so if i do anything like that again feel free to come over and kick my ass :)

Weekly inspiration - spring blazer and hints of orange

Fairly often I use to go back to my basic favorites and for warm spring & summer season white cotton slacks are definitely one of them. Combined with a blue (this time made of a little “washed”-look cotton-linen blend fabric) blazer the look is versatile and easy “go-to”-look wherever you’re heading. In case it get’s too warm - just throw the unstructured blazer to your bag, roll up the sleeves of your shirt and you’re good to go.

Blue suede is way too often underrated, so the loafers by Alfred Sargent are a good choice if you’re looking something a bit more “individual”.

Blazer: SuitSupply Shirt: Eton Trousers: Canali PS: Drake’s London

Shoes: Alfred Sargent Bag: Mismo Watch: Omega