Over- emotional, sarcastic, irrelevant, guffaws by the Prodigal one
Mr. Bond Just Saw Your Square-Toed Kenneth Coles.
Guess what he thinks?
The fight against square-toed shoes is the most noble cause in the modern day.
One of our favorite clients, Johnnie Bryant, sent us this picture from the Capitol building in D.C. Johnnie wears his Beckett & Robb on the bench as an Assistant Coach with the Utah Jazz.
Best dressed coach in the NBA right there.
Apparently NBA players are bitching about having sleeved jerseys, but the NBA is keeping them because they sell extremely well. I’ll tell you why they’re selling well: Because for any fan, the basketball jersey is, by far, the hardest jersey to pull off. It takes a lot of confidence to walk out into the world with bare shoulders and your [luscious] pit hair sticking out and repulsing everyone. NBA players look great in sleeveless jerseys because NBA players are world class athletes. The rest of us are not. You get really self-conscious really quickly when you’re standing there in a basketball jersey. You are already halfway to playing for the skins team, and playing for the skins team is TERRIFYING. If I’m an NBA fan and I have a choice between rocking the beater or a sleeved jersey, I’m going sleeves every time. It’s not even close.
Drew Magary articulating a fear I know all too well: getting picked by the skins team.
Image: The Spurs’ Tony Parker looking salty in a sleeved jersey.
I’m team Shirsey. I’m a certified hoops nut and I won’t buy a jersey. Wearing a jersey around makes you look like a class A mook.
No matter how much you might despise them, the emoticon is essential in successful communication with your significant other, via text message.
Greens at Pitti via Art & Hustle Mag.
Angel Bespoke (top picture) jockin’ my style.
Just put an RJ45 connector on a CAT5 cable and setup our entire store network (modem, router, wireless). About to setup a VPN. Doing this in: mid-grey VBC flannel Beckett & Robb trousers, 1.75” cuff, Side-tabs, no belt loops; light blue, micro-striped, custom Beckett & Robb shirt; blue wool/cash, J-Crew v-neck sweater; and a maroon, w/ light blue checked, Canali tie