The Getup: Mother’s Day

The Getup: Mother’s Day
“Such a fine young man you’ve grown up to be.”

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.

28 Comments

  • Reply May 9, 2013

    Ryan Casey

    Sweet shades! Warby Parker has an amazing home try-on service that allows you to try up to 5 frames at a time. They cover the shipping on the samples, you get to check them out in the comfort of your own home, then you send them all back with the included return label. If you like a pair then you place an order on their site. Great system!

    Thanks for the mothers day inspiration! Do something special for your mom this weekend!

    • Reply May 9, 2013

      anon

      what are you, some kind of warby parker employee? stop spamming with your ads pretending it’s not an ad

  • Reply May 9, 2013

    ChrisM

    What do you guys think about pairing the smokey gray watch with the brown belt/shoes? Does it tie together the gray pants or does it clash?

    • Reply May 9, 2013

      Andrew

      In my opinion any shade of gray lighter than black can go with brown. (In general.)

  • Reply May 9, 2013

    Jason Prugar

    This is a great outfit but here in the Northeast it’s too warm to wear long sleeves. How about a nice short-sleeve option?

    • Reply May 9, 2013

      Chris Jones

      Roll up your sleeves.

    • Reply May 9, 2013

      Eric

      I wear long sleeves year round here in Florida. Buy thin shirts and roll up your sleeves. Never short sleeves unless it’s a polo or tshirt.

      • Reply May 11, 2013

        Jano

        Exactly.

        • Reply May 12, 2013

          Short Sleeve Steeve

          Why not?

        • Reply May 12, 2013

          Short Sleeve Steeve

          Why not?

        • Reply May 12, 2013

          Short Sleeve Steeve

          Why not?

        • Reply May 12, 2013

          Short Sleeve Steeve

          Why not?

        • Reply May 12, 2013

          Short Sleeve Steeve

          Why not?

        • Reply May 12, 2013

          Short Sleeve Steeve

          Why not?

        • Reply May 12, 2013

          Short Sleeve Steeve

          Why not?

        • Reply May 12, 2013

          Short Sleeve Steeve

          Why not?

        • Reply May 12, 2013

          Short Sleeve Steeve

          Why not?

        • Reply May 12, 2013

          Short Sleeve Steeve

          Why not?

        • Reply May 12, 2013

          Short Sleeve Steeve

          Why not?

    • Reply May 15, 2013

      jbird669

      I am trying not to overheat and sweat and rolling up the leeves doesn’t always work.

  • Reply May 9, 2013

    Jessy

    Never heard of 20jeans before. I might try a pair or two. Are they fairly true to size?

    • Reply May 9, 2013

      Chris Jones

      Neither have I. I found a pair of dark wash jeans on there that looked okay though. For $20, I’ll give them a try.

    • Reply May 9, 2013

      Ryan Hart

      I have tried 20jeans I got two pairs. They are cheap jeans and don’t feel very soft. I had a dark pair and the zipper broke shortly after even before I washed them. The other pair I got shrank a lot after the first wash so I would say size up a bit. However if you are looking for inexpensive jeans Old Navy or Gap are way softer and have better washes in my opinion and if you wait for a good sale you can get them for $20/$40 (depending on the brand).

  • Reply May 9, 2013

    Ry

    Is there seriously an iphone 3g review showing up as a recommended article right now?
    guys… come on.

    • Reply May 9, 2013

      Andrew

      Would you like me to go back and delete old posts?

  • Reply May 9, 2013

    Casey

    I like it. It’s a shame that no one over about 5’10” can wear the pants, though as they don’t come in anything longer than a 33″ inseam.

  • Reply May 10, 2013

    Dale Allen

    TIMELESS! #mystyle

  • Reply September 5, 2015

    jenne aakster sr

    Nice clotching, I like a nice flannel with a dubble brested blazer, I still own one from the 60 ies, made by Cardin, but what I chould like to known where to bye this most beautyfull chequered ribbon, thats the point on the i, have nice day, and keep human, jenne Sr.

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