Fall Getup Week: Where Are We Going Tonight? It doesn’t matter, you’ll be prepared. This rakishly casual look may be comprised of a t-shirt and jeans but its full impression is anything but lazy. 20 September,2017By 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 StyleFall Getup WeekStyleThe Getup Previous articleFall Getup Week: 1 Look, 2 Budgets Next articleFall Getup Week: Away for the Weekend James Baxter Cool getup! The negroni is one of my favorite cocktails. Many bartenders won’t know it and will ask for the recipe. Just tell them, equal parts gin, Compari, and sweet vermouth, on the rocks with an orange twist. Maybe they’ll know more now because these kinds of older drinks are coming back into vogue, but for years I’ve had to tell them what it is, especially in the west coast. RC At this point, if a bartender doesn’t know how to make a Negroni, it’s a clear indicator you need to find a better bar. belou Agreed. To get out of that just ask for bourbon neat or what’s on tap. Zac Silk Suede Chelsea’s and black denim are a winner for me. I paired a pair of brown suede Chelseas with some black denim a while ago and I think the contrast works well. The medium wash of the denim jacket works well as well. I know for some double denim can be a hard look to pull off, but with black denim as a base it can work. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9d0668428dde6f15c8656cd5b05c88d31d8db9fb74566c8485dbbba25166b467.jpg http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew That looks great! Thanks for posting the pic! Andres Deambrosi Any particular gins to use with the Negroni? I am a gin and tonic die hard and specifying the gin is an important part of the drink. Sometimes is based on mood or method. Barry B Hendrick’s if you ask me, I tend to go Bombay in the summer for G&T’s and switch to Hendricks in the fall/winter for Negronis http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Terroni’s neuroni recipe is: London dry (Tyler’s) Campari Cocchi vermouth Wild oranges Joseph Padilla Folks? There’s nothing more impressive than a lighter denim jacket paired with black jeans! Well, maybe a leather biker or an army green bomber can sub in for the denim jacket, but that’s for another discussion altogether. Zac Silk You know a leather biker has always got my vote. Simple, classic and works all the time.