» By Andrew Snavely
Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page.
Wowee. Everything about the Thom Browne outfit is horrifying.
Are these all the new styles for fall? It’s weird because I have picked up all of these pieces on my own over the last year or so. And believe me, I don’t try and wear whats considered popular. Only thing I don’t have is the herringbone jacket, but I have been looking for one. I love your suggestions.
Anyone have experience with Lands End’s blazers? They have a 25% off w/ free shipping deal going on right now.
I picked up two pair of the target corduroy pants over the weekend. They actually fit pretty well. Maybe too well! They’re labeled as straight cut but they feel a little more slim than I like. They’re snug around my thighs and although it’s not uncomfortable it may be tighter than I like. I’m holding on to them for a few days, but they might be going back. They do look nice and for the price I guess you can’t go too wrong. P.S. I think the gray (pictured above) is the nicest color.
Love this format. Keep these guides coming!
@DMITRIY I have bought a couple Lands End Canvas blazers and they fit well if a bit long in the sleeves.
I have one from Lands’ End. I like it a lot:
Great list. Heads up though Express Men has a shawl collar cardigan for about $50-60 that looks similar to the Gap one. You can never go wrong with Levi’s cords either.
This is great! Agree with Nathan, love the format
This! More of this.
Nicely done, Andrew.
This is so helpful. Thank you!
This is great! As a poor college student it is helpful advice like this that makes Primer my go to source for men’s fashion.
For the sweatshirts, check out the 1901 sweatshirts. They are on sale at nordstorm now, and the fit is great.
Lands End Herringbone sportcoat is $100 off through TUesday
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