They say a penny saved is a penny earned, which you know is true because we only got to see Janet Jackson sexing up the Fox last week because they rescued her from the abuse on Good Times. Save another penny, while wearing it, with Penny Stock
With its spring collection just now available in ATL, PS is a clothing label created around the idea of the penny as a fashionable reflection of the global economic recession (damn right!), created by a two-dude team from Cali whose experience includes conceiving/ branding retail giant Hollister and designing at Levi's, and who describe their mission by saying that while men are more frugal than ever, "they still want and deserve to look sharp", hopefully getting you closer to your stylistic Zenith. Their woven button-downs all get a patented loafer-like slot that holds a cool one cent on the left chest, and come in various long-sleeve styles including navy polka dot, red gingham, and fatigue green plaid; those also come in s/s versions, along with the indigo awning-striped Penny Camper, and the coastal plaid Penny Popover, which you'll have to buy in XXXL when your own muffin starts to overflow. There're also plenty of tees including the blue Penny with the jagged-edged coin drawn in red, sweaters like the blue/green striped cardigan, and the four front-pocketed Enlisted military jacket with an arrowhead patch stitched with "Coast To Coast", although how they fit Tyus Edney on a jacket is anyone's...actually, that guy's tiny, of course he could fit
They'll also thoughtfully cover your butt with pants/shorts like the straight-legged Spring Clean in blue oxford, army green, and blue/red "BBQ plaid", The Penny Aquatic swim trunks (which come with matching coin/key bags), and the stained, sand-colored, relaxed fit Penny Pant -- a breathing pattern JD likely had after scrounging up the change to see Janet, though chances are slim that he'll ever be beating it up again.