The Getup: April Heat Wave

Wasn't I just wearing 5 layers the other day?

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.

36 Comments

  • Reply April 6, 2016

    Sam Sik Youn

    Props on the talc-free body powder. Recently been seeing stuff about correlation between talc use and cancer. The articles I saw were about women, but I’d prefer not to take unnecessary risks when cornstarch-based powder does the job just fine.

    • Reply April 6, 2016

      Andrew

      I’ve seen that too, though it has only been for women.

  • Reply April 6, 2016

    SalPic

    Wait your “heat wave” getup has TWO shirts and a jacket? That seems like a lot of stuff.

    • Reply April 6, 2016

      Andrew

      It’s still spring, the mornings are cool and the evenings are too.

      • Reply April 6, 2016

        SalPic

        I guess I’m just too used to Florida, where it’s already getting into the 80s in the morning and staying late.

        • Reply April 6, 2016

          Andrew

          You’re going to hate the next one then! 😀 Have a full set of spring looks coming out soon.

          • April 6, 2016

            Cameron

            Can you do some specifically for Florida? These get ups are awesome but of no use because of the heat

          • April 7, 2016

            dj2015

            Or Arizona…

          • April 11, 2016

            SalPic

            PARKAS!?

          • April 11, 2016

            Andrew

            Come again?

  • Reply April 6, 2016

    Wade Miller

    I could see the jacket, as it’s still a little chilly in the morning (depending on where you live). The two shirts is a bit odd, however.

    • Reply April 6, 2016

      Dennis

      I can’t see how the two shirt thing is possible going to work in the end. If they were a different brand, a different fit than it could be nice. Until I actually see a photo of you wearing that I’m not convinced.

      • Reply April 6, 2016

        Andrew

        I’m not following, why’s that?

  • Reply April 6, 2016

    Mike Wargo

    I would kill for an April heat wave right about now. It’s been in the 30’s all week and we’re supposedly getting snow.

    • Reply April 6, 2016

      Andrew

      Where are you at?

      We have a Getup coming that still has some layers in it next.

      • Reply April 6, 2016

        Mike Wargo

        Indiana

      • Reply April 6, 2016

        Daniel

        Dude it was 15 degrees this morning in NY. I wish we had a heat wave.

        • Reply April 6, 2016

          Daniel

          AND we got about 5-8 inches of snow over the past few days.

  • Reply April 6, 2016

    John Waldowski

    Where I live we are having an April heatwave and it’s been close to 90 for the last several days. Also, couldn’t you substitute any white t as it will be covered with the gray t?

    I do understand that a lot of people are lucky and live in parts of the country where they have seasons, I’m just jealous of those people. Here we have obscenely hot and freezing cold with a couple of days of reasonable temps in between.

    • Reply April 6, 2016

      Andrew

      Haha totally!

      The striped tee goes on top of the gray as pictured.

      • Reply April 7, 2016

        John Waldowski

        On the real though, the pic of the fit on the homepage has gray on top of white.

  • Reply April 6, 2016

    Steve Zhang

    I hope there actually is a heat wave for the Marathon in a little more than a week. Because right now it’s 34 and last night was 24 and I hate running in the cold

  • Reply April 6, 2016

    TMann

    If one isn’t up to spending >$300 for the Barracuta Harrington, Target (yes, Target) has a decent Harrington in their Merona line that goes for ~$40. It obviously at the same level as the Barracuta, but it’s a lot more attainable for most folks.

    • Reply April 6, 2016

      TMann

      should be “…obviously ISN’T at the same level as the Barracuta…”

    • Reply April 6, 2016

      Andrew

      Nice!! Thanks for the rec, I’ll check it out.

    • Reply April 6, 2016

      Daniel

      GAP. I got a nice one for $50 after 40% off. The sale is still on.

  • Reply April 6, 2016

    TJ

    The harrington jacket is a classic! I also found one at the thrift store (though not an actual one, it was a knockoff). Its khaki and I like it but I’m hoping to find them other colors in the future.

  • Reply April 7, 2016

    Adam Kappel

    I’ve been on the Vans train for what feels like forever and have been thinking more and more about wanting to branch in to wearing sneakers like these Nike’s. I think this finally pushed me over the edge. Really like them.

  • Reply April 8, 2016

    Just Noticed...

    No socks?

  • Reply April 9, 2016

    noe_garcia

    do you wear the bracelet and watch on the same wrist or separate?

  • Reply April 16, 2016

    wlp3D

    For the budget shopper and those that maybe don’t want to order things online to wait (I know I’m not only impatient but don’t have a j. crew or uniqlo store anywhere close)…
    A few budget options would be:
    Old Navy’s “Striped Slub-Knit Shirt” in Ink Blue ($9.99 right now and probably in stock in store)
    Target’s Merona Club Shorts in Navy (they’re not dark at all and I just picked up the Gray yesterday) – they’re not Linen, but Chambray, but I feel it captures the same effect of texture over layers ($24.99)

  • Reply April 18, 2016

    Jeffrey D

    Yes, props to the talc-free body power. I tend not to use it so often, but I do really like using Fresh Balls, which has been highlighted on this site before, especially when going to work out. The Marlowe body wash though smells awesome! I am super picky about scents especially related to my body, but this one is on the money. Highly recommend those 2 products.

  • Reply May 27, 2016

    Robert Hamilton

    Target has Harrington jackets in Navy and Khaki for $40.

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