For the most part, fashion week shows are hit and miss for me. They are often way too concept based and you almost NEVER see the models wearing anything remotely close to what is made available to the every day consumer. But the debut men's fashion week in New York had something a little different to offer and, needless to say, it definitely took me by surprise.
I've never been an advocate for purchasing clothing online because I treasure the shopping experience. There's something euphoric about going to a store, feeling the garments, trying clothes on and walking out of the store with a bag filled with YOUR curated looks.
I could be bias, but I think most would agree - the marketing and visuals that are curated from this lifestyle brand are premier. This MUST contribute to the success of this young and well known New York based brand.
For those who know me, they know that I ALWAYS overdress: you will rarely EVER see me in a tshirt, jeans, and gym shoes. Some may say I'm trying to hard but that's just my personal preference. If clothes are supposed to make you feel good, I feel my best when I have a crisp button up or polo on, loafers and skinny slacks.