The Getup: Getting It Done

The Getup: Getting It Done
The holidays are among us, but it hasn’t deterred our work ethic.

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. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine.


  • Reply November 16, 2012


    no joke I just copy and pasted this get up and sent it to my phone so i can go get it after work. well played friend….well played

  • Reply November 16, 2012


    I’m not too crazy for the random tie in what looks like a pretty casual outfit but I’m definitely liking the color palette of this outfit. And that sweater looks great for only 35 dollars. Putting that on my list of things to get after work.

    • Reply November 17, 2012


      The tie shifts it along the spectrum to be a little more business, a little less casual. At my office, some of the older, more traditional guys have given me good-natured grief for wearing a tie in an outfit like this, but my younger (read: under 35) co-workers dig the look.

      And amen about the sweater. It’s pretty outstanding for the price.

  • Reply November 16, 2012


    JC Penney has happy socks for $8/pair or 2+ for $6 each.

  • Reply November 17, 2012


    Just picked up this sweater and it was on sale… $28 out the door. Thanks!

  • Reply November 24, 2012

    Marshall Lilly

    That particular pair of socks is fine, but if you look at the men’s line of Happy Socks, just about every last pair of them look more like women’s socks.

    • Reply December 17, 2012

      [email protected]

      shut up

      • Reply December 17, 2012

        Marshall Lilly

        Is that a response to my comment about the socks, or just an anonymous and juvenile cheap shot at a stranger?

        • Reply March 26, 2013

          Marshall Sr.

          less is more, son.

  • Reply December 3, 2012

    Dudley Antoine

    Ehh awesome outfit but i bought that Old Navy shirt a while back….lets just say it ripped at the elbows two months later.

  • Reply February 17, 2013


     Save your dough on the quartz watch.  Buy something mechanical.  Save your pennies and buy something either vintage or get into the lower end of the mechanical caliber/movement (e.g. Hamilton, vintage Heuer, Omega etc.).  The watch will last you a lifetime and is a standout from the wannabes that wear these throw away watches.

    • Reply October 25, 2014


      high horse much?

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