No matter how different two cultures are, they also tend to share plenty of common beliefs, like that he totally sold out when he started modeling for The Gap. Representing the commonality of clothing, Topman at Stag.
Topman's a stalwart supplier of British prep that had never been retailed in TX, until the folks at Stag decided to carefully curate a revolving capsule collection consisting of pieces that most aligned with their own Americana aesthetic, with Topman playing Mumford and Sons to their Avett Brothers (if you think that combo can be upstaged, you be Dylan). The surprisingly affordable threads include simple but expressive shirting like textured oxfords and chambrays, a super-soft heather grey polo with a brown corduroy collar, a tan summer sweater with an embellished V neck, and a blue long-sleeve with a minimalist plus-sign pattern on the chest and carets at the lower hem, so just like in grade school, you'll have wedgies above your belt. Since oversize leaves are so last season, bottom-half garb includes baby-blue gingham swimsuits, skinny Moto chinos, washed out vintage-y black jeans, and super-affordable raw denim, a fave of ODB, because he
liked it raw almost never washed his pants.
In the coming weeks Stag will receive more from the Man, including a wider selection of swimwear, as well as lightweight track jackets -- go for the full tracksuit, and you'll achieve that unemployed look that screams "Can I Borrow a Dollar?"