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It can be a bit tricky to dress with style if you don’t exactly know what to wear with what. It’s easy enough to get inspiration from all the pictures of celebrities floating around the Internet. The only problem is most of the time it’s hard to tell what they are wearing or where to buy it. That’s where we come in. Here are three celebrities with a cool, laid back style that is so easy to recreate. (more…)
Persol comes from “per il sole” meaning “for the sun”, highlighting these iconic shades’ function of protection against the sun’s rays. For nearly 100 years Persol has been providing great style and function in eyewear. One of the brand’s early fans was Steve McQueen, known as an everlasting men’s style icon. We love the retro styling of the PO0649 and the collapsible quality of the PO0714 favored by McQueen. If that’s not enough check out many of Hollywood’s stars sporting them too; or you may say modern day icons wearing icons.
Founder Donwan Harrell created PRPS with an eye toward form, function, and durability, believing in a “product with a purpose.” With roots in the American south and a decade of world travel under his belt, Harrell’s PRPS denim is a classic, nostalgic vision of American life with a hint of the worldly wayfarer. During his travels the Japanese stood out for the quality of their craftsmanship, so all PRPS denim is woven in small batches on vintage looms by a small community of artisans in Japan. Don’t just take our word for it David Beckham, Brad Pitt and a number of other stars are big fans too! Check ‘em out rockin’ the Barracuda jean.
The California classic board short is back with a vengeance and no matter what your favorite color is we’ve got you covered. Whether lying in the sun or riding the swells, no guy’s closet should be lacking these killer trunks. We offer an array of solids, plaids and patterns. We also offer the capsule collection from Neil Barrett and you can score his version in CAMO! Pair these sick board shorts with some Havaianas, Raybans and Burkman Bros bracelets and tanks and you’re good to go! Don’t just take our word for it T – The New York Times Style Magazine, Esquire and the LA Times concur.
The Riviera Club label was conceived by Joe Sadler, Derek Buse and Greg Ullery on a golf course. The collection is infused with an unmistakable aura of west coolness. This spring is no different and references Palm Springs, California. We can’t wait to rock the Mira Mar Crew for those chilly nights on the beach and the guys are on the money with their Mutu Stripe shirt and perfect shorts.