There's no more complimentary team than the brother-sister act -- for instance, Marie Osmond was "a little bit country", Donny was "a little bit rock and roll", and both were totally doable. Perfectly complimenting each other so that you might look smashing, the bro/sis behind Nannapat Pollert.
Sold exclusively out of the brother's recently opened U-Street store, Nannapat's a perfectly collaborative operation: he forecasts what styles & products will sell in the States, while his fashion-schooled sister produces the limited or one-off clothing & accessories back in their native Thailand (no worries: no rayon was used in the creation of this line). The line's anchored by a slew of button-downs, like a slim-cut, heavy-cotton, black or brown job with square silver buttons and decorative, metal-bordered shoulder vent-holes; a pink number laced with wide stripes of subtle red/white argyle; and a blue vertical-striper covered with a slightly raised chain-link design, perfectly complimenting your sweet headband and broken-glass cage-fighting mitts. So your feets don't get jealous, they've also got two styles of custom, casually handsome leather sandals with either a standard design, or an eastern-inspired big-toe loop, ideal for the monk-about-town.
For carrying stuff, Italian leather action includes manly bags (a brown or black traveler with two large, tasseled front pockets; a yellow-contrast-stitched black messenger), plus attractively simple wallets and iPod sleeves -- so whether you're a little bit country or a little bit rock and roll, at the very least your music player will look doable.