While the athletic look has its place, it also has its limitations: you can't really rock it to work, or a club, or even finer Discovery Zones. Replacing the Phipps Niketown with gear that's a little more versatile, Vince. Previously stocked in limited quantities at department stores, Vince. just opened its first GA shop, peddling its casual contemporary dude duds in the space previously occupied by Phil Knight & Co, which has been stripped down to concrete floors and wood benches to keep the focus on the clothes, and in keeping with their plan to be "the antithesis of a big fashion business", which is also why they've refused to sell suits to Val Kilmer. Fresh spring stuff includes multi-colored 100% Pima cotton tees (crew & v-neck, short & long sleeve), slim fit, gray/black striped jersey polos, four-buttoned longsleeve waffle thermals, and the stretch-fit large check plaid button up made w/ 2% Spandex, to account for your intake of non-thermal waffles. Get shorty with the knee-length, drawstring-tied Pattern Cotton Linen or the cotton/elastine 5-Pocket Dyed Twill (w/ unfinished bottom hems); there's also denim like the vintage-wash Cargo Straight Leg (w/ button-flap pockets on both thighs), and pants like the flat-front Garment Dyed Poplin in "faded black" or "fatigue" brown, also Gilbert's old training camp nickname which had nothing to do with signature Double Whoppers with extra everything. You can also grab outerwear like a dark blue jean jacket, or one in black or lizard green, plus vintage cotton V-Neck sweaters w/ cuffs & bottoms that're tight-ribbed, a feeling you're familiar with from trying to sneak into finer area DZs.
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