The Getup: The Spring TransitionWinter colors in spring styles keep you comfortable in warming temperatures.24 March,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.Smart CasualSpring StyleStyleThe Getup Previous articleNo One Can Make You Feel Shitty Except You. Next articleA More Modern Clubmaster: “Uncommon” Sunglasses by Otis Eyewear danny I would love this outfit completely if not for the old navy button down. While the pattern is nice, the shirts are very boxy (and that’s what I expect for a shirt of that price) and not slim fitting at all. If you’re a trim fellow with an average build then these will need tailoring. scott Old Navy does now have slim fit shirts, though I agree their classic or regular fit shirts are horrendously boxy. Also, wide range of softness, going from really soft to really freaking scratchy. It’s hit or miss, but you can find a good shirt for cheap in the clearance section if you’re patient. Tyler I just got that wallet in the mail yesterday (the cromexcel version). It will never hold all my cards but its great to have around when you’re looking for something slimmer. Rt1583 Time to pare down the number of cards perhaps? Abe Just a thought but have you considered including a pic of the whole outfit together on a model or manikin? Might be nice to see how it all goes together. Paul Actually Andrew, I think that’s an incredible idea. That said, you have to actually own the clothes (or at least have access to them)..but if you could pull it off that would be cool! Omar Ruvalcaba But, I like how he shows them separately. It lets me look at each piece individually. Matt Why not both!? http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew I’d definitely like to do more. I do the “Live Action Getups” when possible – as Paul said I’d have to have all the clothes for every Getup which I think would be limiting for what we can do. Rt1583 Just do it like Yoox does it.http://putthison.com/post/80574403684/how-yoox-does-it-the-images-are-created-by-60 Nothing to it. Jim You can easily free up some space in your wallet by using an app like Keyring (which I am in no way affiliated) – i got rid of 80% of the cards in my wallet by having that on my smart phone. It works pretty well with most bar code scanners. Tyler Nice tip. Installed it today and it definitely made my wallet liter. Eddie Which Clark’s Desert Boots are these? http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Taupe: http://www.clarksusa.com/eng/product/desert_boot_men/26078354 Narn Well done with all the clothing inspiration thus far….I really appreciate your neat and practical set, Andrew. Anyway, why don’t you include a bit bolder/ colorful pieces or push more into fancier formal wardrobe….kinda Italian feel? I believe many people need idea on those also. 🙂 Kelvin Love the outfit. I was just wondering what color of Clark Desert boots are those? Justin That wallet is a knock off of Saddleback’s ID wallet. Saddleback’s is much better and only a few dollars more. Brick The code will not apply to the blazer. It’s in the details for the code. Clay Does Frank and Oak raw denim need to be bought large/shrunk with the Levis STF method?