Bold patterns and color palettes can look great, but never underestimate the power of being understated.
» 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.
Andrew, Can you suggest some formal belts that can go with those beautiful pair of shoes?
Go simple and match the color.
One of my favorite Getups. Love the emphasis on dressing subtly. Great job!
Looks great. Anyone have experience with those shoes? I’m tempted…
me too, would love to hear some feed back on how they hold up and the thickness of the sole (hopefully not too clunky).
They look pretty nice for a $70 dress blucher from DSW. I like the profile, and the sole doesn’t look too clunky as Chris mentioned. Would need to see them in person to gauge the leather quality, but I think they’re probably a good value shoe.
While my Indochino suit is the most prized item in my wardrobe, the shirt I got from iTailor to cheaply check their quality isn’t bad at all. Has anyone ordered a suit from them?
Suit is awesomeness.
Subtlety is a strong core value of men’s fashion (formal and casual) often overlooked, undervalued or flat-out poorly executed. GQ should know plenty about the latter statement. Less is more, Substantiate any thoughtfully assembled outfit with strong, quality items and accessories without pomp and flash decoration, for decorations sake. This is the priceless lesson and value, Primer Magazine, it’s staff and contributors seem to have a solid grasp on. Articles like this particular piece, prove it. Always keep up the good work Mr. Snavely, and I will always keep reading.
Jacob, Thank you so much! That’s one of the nicest things you could say, I really appreciate it!
You should elaborate on those fashion anchors. I don’t remember seeing any writeups about them, and they look like a really interesting idea.
As a minimalist, this is
As a minimalist, this is perfect. Love this.
If you want to upgrade the shoes, go for Allen Edmonds Kenilworth.
The fashion anchors are a great idea
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