The Getup: The Idea Phase Whether brainstorming with your 3 buds on a side gig or meeting a freelancer for coffee, buckle down it’s time to work.27 January,2014By Andrew Snavely 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. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine. Casual StyleStyleThe Getup Previous articlePrimer’s Great Bourbon Roundup Next articleSpy School: How to Tie a Bowline Knot AJBoilanger Don’t cause saggy old what?! I must know! In all seriousness though, this looks good. I like the flannel shirt the most. How do you think it would look with some desert boots? http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Desert boots would look great! Alex Robbins Just as a heads up, the Frank & Oak selvedge was pretty much painted on me. Nice material and moves well, but anyone not resembling a flamingo might want to think twice – or at least double-check their size. Not that there’s anything wrong with flamingos. John Got a similar green shirt? That one is sold out. http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew This is the closest thing out there right now: http://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?vid=1&pid=942083012 A green vneck would also work, as would a red henley similar to this in “truffle”: http://www.amazon.com/American-Apparel-Thermal-Sleeve-Henley/dp/B00719WURY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1390933890&sr=8-1&keywords=american+apparel+henley John Thanks Andrew. I ended up getting a green v-neck. Can’t beat Gap’s sale right now. jean Thanks Andrew. The henley, over or under? http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Under on this one. Thank you! ChrisReetz Andrew, as always, a homerun. I genuinely enjoy your selections, especially the variety – many times brands I’ve never heard of. I do wonder about fit and quality though. You’re credibility has been established. I would love to hear in-person reviews from you on your Get-Up picks. http://mantelligenceapp.com/ Kyle Boureston Love the Brixton shirt. Damn gotta get some new underwear – definitely don’t want saggy old man butt… Casey It bothers me that the people at Frank & Oak seem to think that waist size and inseam directly correlate to one another. There are tall, thin people out there, guys. Brett Rhodes Mixed reviews with Frank & Oak. Ordered a shirt and I could’ve made it myself by the time it arrived almost 3 weeks later, only to be too small. Re-ordered XL, but my order sat there for literally over a week before it even shipped out. Good designs, but better plan to wear the item down the line. Eric My experience with F&O was the same but took even longer. I want to say it took 2 weeks until fulfillment. And that was with me contacting customer service. Eric 2 months* ThomasRankin Frank & Oak does great stuff but it runs THIN. Order up if you have some meat on you. Also, re shipping delays from F&O, I may be wrong, but they likely still deliver to US addresses by shipping out of Canada. Donivyn Is there a good alternative for those shoes!?!??!?!