drivingincarswithpocketsquares:

Conrad Wu’s Ties are the Most Delicious Ties

drivingincarswithpocketsquares:

Conrad Wu’s Ties are the Most Delicious Ties

(via tjtevlin)

to-the-manner-born:

Brooks, bills, jacks and pooh bear

Ted

to-the-manner-born:

Brooks, bills, jacks and pooh bear

Ted

Sunday. Bam.

Sunday. Bam.

Sunday. National Gallery. Bam.

Sunday. National Gallery. Bam.

But what would I wear them with?

But what would I wear them with?

(Source: wellwornwornwell, via wineandblazer)

doyoulikevintage:

Porsche
doyoulikevintage:

Mercedes Benz Gullwing 1963

doyoulikevintage:

Mercedes Benz Gullwing 1963

thesistatement said: Word on the street is, you invented hot pants.

Man. You got me. I also invented the culotte. And Spanks. 

noschoolliketheoldschool:

The ultimate buttondown roll…
… I think I may have found it.  Check back in a month or so.


I invented …

noschoolliketheoldschool:

The ultimate buttondown roll…

… I think I may have found it.  Check back in a month or so.

I invented …

(via georgiagentleman)

alljesse:

The Andy Griffith Show

alljesse:

The Andy Griffith Show

(via georgiagentleman)

thesistatement:

Finally found some 5” Pattys to stand up in.

CLEAN UP THAT DAMN ROOM AND TAKE OFF THOSE HOT PANTS.

thesistatement:

Finally found some 5” Pattys to stand up in.

CLEAN UP THAT DAMN ROOM AND TAKE OFF THOSE HOT PANTS.

Anonymous said: per your kitchen photos, you seem to have adopted a liquid diet

Adopted? Hell, I was natural born that way.

(Source: carolinastyle)

"One day recently I was having coffee and reading my Herald in the Piazza Cavour, Como’s central square, and looked up to see a kid of about seven or eight coming toward me across the piazza, dressed in jeans and a San Francisco 49ers’ logo t-shirt with a NY ball cap and Nike sneakers. Coming out of my reverie, I realized I was not sitting in Palmer Square. I was 3000 miles away, in a “foreign” country. This kid, it struck me, was not just globalization personified; he was the universal child. We are approaching a unitary world, and it looks just like Cincinnati.”
Nick Hilton

"One day recently I was having coffee and reading my Herald in the Piazza Cavour, Como’s central square, and looked up to see a kid of about seven or eight coming toward me across the piazza, dressed in jeans and a San Francisco 49ers’ logo t-shirt with a NY ball cap and Nike sneakers. Coming out of my reverie, I realized I was not sitting in Palmer Square. I was 3000 miles away, in a “foreign” country. This kid, it struck me, was not just globalization personified; he was the universal child. We are approaching a unitary world, and it looks just like Cincinnati.”

Nick Hilton

maturestyle:

preppybythegraceofgod:

Just what I needed. Another gingham shirt. Guess who invented gingham…

THAT SMUCKER ADG!                                MS

And I’m a ban it next week.