Whether you’re in grad school, or just looking for a smart, but definitely casual style, this Getup will take you anywhere you want to go.
» 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.
Any idea how the Lee shirts fit?
I’d like to know the same thing. I may just grab one anyway and if it fits, I’ll grab another. $17 with free shipping is pretty cheap, and if you’re just going to use it as a layering shirt…
I have to say that if you are really worried, you should check the JCP line of Oxford shirts. I found the fit to be spot on and for $25, they are just a little more expensive. Plus, there is a good chance that you have a JC Penneys in your area.
Thanks for the glasses Andrew, great model!
I bought a similar bag about two months ago! I absolutely love it! All of the other English majors are jealous!!!
Does the jacket come with hands?
Just an extra pair for when you need an hand with something.
There is a good selection of colors available in the corduroys at Target. Warning, the fabric is thin. But, I had a pair of Mossimo’s cut-off khaki shorts in a similar thin-fabric and they held up well after a summer’s use.
As a side note, the pants come really tight at the thighs. I normally can get by with any brand in a 34 waist (usually wear 514 or 501s), but these were almost EMO’ish fitting.
haha andrew thanks for the “on the top”
I didn’t want to confuse everyone since the last one was supposed to be underneath.
Great as always. One suggestion: How about a little write-up (paragraph or two) on how these looks are developed (colors, fabrics, etc) and perhaps some variations the same look.
Also, I’d love to see an article on wardrobe essentials. If you only have 5 pair of pants then it should be these…etc.
Love the site.
I think a brown leather jacket would look good as well.
Has anyone tried one of these bags or seen reviews? It seems like the quality could be really good but possibly not good also. It’s hard to tell.
Thanks for another great post Andrew! I really like the look. However, Target doesn’t seem to carry the corduroys in my size (29×32). Any suggestions for similar corduroys that would go well with this style, made for tall skinny guys?
Check out Gap or Old Navy, they always have cords this time of year.
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