• Black Scale

    Cobra Commander Shirt

    Black Scale outfitted this military-inspired button-up shirt with a dope camo-style paint splatter pattern. Definitely a great alternative to the camouflage prints usually seen around.

  • Norse Projects

    Sam Scottish Knit

    When it comes to quality staples that bridge the gap between classic and contemporary Norse Projects remains one of our gotto brands. For their latest foray into knitwear, they used cozy Scottish lambswool which has undergone a special treatment resulting in a brushed, “hairy” finish.

  • Our Legacy

    First Cut Jean

    Without doubt one of the highlights of Our Legacy's current lineup, these five-pocket jeans are made in Italy from premium Japanese denim. They feature a contemporary slim fit with a mid-height rise, resulting in a perfect everyday staple.

  • NEIGHBORHOOD

    Lumbers . P. Solid / W-Coat

    Despite its rather complicated name, this jacket is a simple yet first-grade example of NEIGHBORHOOD's distinct heritage-inspired aesthetic. The Japanese brand updated the classic pea coat with premium handwoven Scottish Harris Tweed fabric and finished it with custom cat-eye buttons and leather accents for both aesthetic and reinforcement at the cuffs and pockets.

  • Nike

    Air Max 1 PRM CMFT Tape Black

    Nike's classic runner comes in a head-turning new makeup, featuring the brand's innovative tape construction. A reflective tiger stripe pattern courtesy of 3M adds tons of steeze, as well as added visibility on those grey and hazy winter days.

  • Bodega

    Black Panther Snapback

    Show some love for Boston's Bodega with this dope 6-panel snapback, proudly made in the USA.

Weekly Outfit January, 24 2014

The Weekly Outfit: Seasonal Affective Disorder

If you’re feeling down, depressed, despondent or apathetic around this time of year, don’t worry about it because it has a name. It’s just a common bout of Seasonal Affective Disorder, also known by its appropriate acronym SAD. Unfortunately, it’s a difficult condition to tackle as it’s caused by environmental factors of which we have no control over, but you can rest assured that eventually, the seasons will roll over and you’ll be back into H.A.P.P.Y. territory. Until then, cheer yourself up the only way we know how with a touch of retail therapy. Don any bright colors, cheerful patterns or wacky logos, you’ll only feel like the clothes are mocking you, and stick to an empathetic monochrome palette as seen above.

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