Oh, great intentions

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David / Young Adult / Washingtonian / Autodidact / Fasion / Music
Day off. (Laura Marling’s Third Man Records 7 inch is fantastic) (at Mount Baker Neighborhood)

Day off. (Laura Marling’s Third Man Records 7 inch is fantastic) (at Mount Baker Neighborhood)

@timberland #bootco Monks sunning after getting a little #obenauf’s

@timberland #bootco Monks sunning after getting a little #obenauf’s

thebelovedmoon:

Morning pre-work thrift round ended me up with this sweet Hart Schaffner and Marx “Jack Nicklous Golden Bear” sportcoat for $6, which in the Seattle thrifting scene is a rare steal. Soft(ish) shoulders, low notches, low button point, half-canvassed, and half-lined. Great color too. Obviously it was the only thing to wear to work today…

honestly tho i never have such good thrift luck for the value.  someone tell me i did good. wahhhh

thebelovedmoon:

Morning pre-work thrift round ended me up with this sweet Hart Schaffner and Marx “Jack Nicklous Golden Bear” sportcoat for $6, which in the Seattle thrifting scene is a rare steal. Soft(ish) shoulders, low notches, low button point, half-canvassed, and half-lined. Great color too. Obviously it was the only thing to wear to work today…

honestly tho i never have such good thrift luck for the value.  someone tell me i did good. wahhhh

we all want to be Jerry, but we are all George

It’s a Michael/GOB Bluth situation, respectively

(Source: pleatedjeans, via vintage-visuals)

jessethorn:

Lil B now and forever.

diorpaint:

Lil B - No Black Person Is Ugly *MUSIC VIDEO* MOST POWERFUL SONG OF DECADE? 

putthison:

Watching a Handsome Dude Light a Hat on Fire

If you’re tired of shallow depth-of-field videos of self-aware artisans plying their repurposed archaic crafts, please look away. In the video above, Venice, California hatmaker Nick Fouquet (formerly of Mister Freedom) blocks a beaver-felt hat, eventually taking a match to it, a step that singes off stray hairs and more importantly looks friggin’ AMAZING in slow motion. Fouquet’s hats are beautiful, primarily custom-made, and expensive (as are most true beaver felt hats; rabbit felt is cheaper). Fouquet doesn’t post pricing, but reportedly they run $400 to over $1,000.

-Pete

christ almighty

drivingincarswithpocketsquares:

25K Giveaway - Day 4

First off, congratulations to brianz35 for winning yesterday’s giveaway!

As a thank you to everyone who has so graciously followed and supported this blog, I’d like to do a week of giveaways. Each day you’ll have the opportunity to win (at least) one featured square, so keep an eye on this blog for updates.

To refresh:

Rules are simple:

1) Be one of the first 25 to re-blog this post (only guy to reblog? you win!);

2) Be randomly selected by me*; and

3) Respond to my private message with your name and address (all information will be deleted once the square is sent)**.


That’s it. So long as you live in the US*** I will ship this square out to you free of charge with no restrictions. Wear it, burn it, trade it, sell it - it’s yours. 

Today’s square features red and pink squares on a light green background, an excellent square for the spring and summer seasons.

Good luck!


*Only one winner per Tumblr account (you’re done, abhilashtalkies!).

**If I don’t already follow you, please remember to have the “ask” function enabled on your blog so I can contact you, otherwise I will select a new winner.

***Live outside the States? feel free to participate, if you win and want the square just pay for shipping at whatever level you prefer.

Cheers! Nice gesture.

Morning pre-work thrift round ended me up with this sweet Hart Schaffner and Marx “Jack Nicklous Golden Bear” sportcoat for $6, which in the Seattle thrifting scene is a rare steal. Soft(ish) shoulders, low notches, low button point, half-canvassed, and half-lined. Great color too. Obviously it was the only thing to wear to work today…

Morning pre-work thrift round ended me up with this sweet Hart Schaffner and Marx “Jack Nicklous Golden Bear” sportcoat for $6, which in the Seattle thrifting scene is a rare steal. Soft(ish) shoulders, low notches, low button point, half-canvassed, and half-lined. Great color too. Obviously it was the only thing to wear to work today…