The Getup: A Day at Home with Mom

The Getup: A Day at Home with Mom
Even if the family isn’t going out somewhere for Mother’s Day, still give your mom your best, she deserves it.

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.

12 Comments

  • Reply May 8, 2014

    TJafe

    @andrewsnavely:disqus, How about a pic of the whole getup, or something similar on someone at the end of each of these? Just a thought. Easier to visualize it in real life. Either way, “The Getup” has changed my style choices on numerous occasions, so thanks!

    • Reply May 8, 2014

      sojo2600

      If you buy all of the items for him, I’m sure he would comply!

  • Reply May 8, 2014

    Scott Davis

    Another great get up. Only thing I’m not on board with is socks + boat shoes.

  • Reply May 8, 2014

    John

    Great Getup, but is sweater season over yet? It’s mid-May. Not sure I want to buy something that I’ll wear once and then store away until September.

    • Reply May 8, 2014

      Andrew

      It’s 56 degrees in New York right now, some folks haven’t hit summer yet. 🙂

      • Reply May 8, 2014

        John

        I’m in Boston, I know what you mean! I’m tired of this weather. Maybe I just don’t want to be reminded of the cold :-).

      • Reply May 13, 2014

        TJ

        Wow, it’s 81 at 10 at night here in Tampa.

  • Reply May 8, 2014

    Johdus

    I often like most pairings on the Get Up.
    But socks and boat shoes? (shudder)

    • Reply May 8, 2014

      Andrew

      Obviously not if you’re wearing shorts, but absolutely ok (if you’re not against it already). They become more aligned with loafers in that way.

      • Reply May 9, 2014

        bryclops

        I think boat shoes are too aspirational a style to be dressed up as loafers. They’re meant to convey the image of a “boat person;” socks directly contradict this message by conveying that you’re just wearing them because they’re leather slip-ons. It would be like taking a Rolex Explorer II, which says you’re an “adventure person,” and putting it on a thin lizard skin strap to “dress it up.” It doesn’t work because it defeats the message of the piece. It’s easier to dress down a simple dress watch on a NATO or to wear loafers sockless with shorts than it is to dress up a utilitarian item with a specific purpose, IMO.

        But I’m just trying to justify why I don’t like the look. Maybe it’s just a taste thing.

  • Reply May 9, 2014

    Sahal

    Nice outfit, I love the way the sweater looks. Hey Andrew, can you make a getup to wear on a girlfriend’s or wife’s birthday?

  • Reply May 13, 2014

    TJ

    I like the look of that watch. It would be a nice casual alternative to my timex weekender.

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