Nick Grant is a freelance style writer originally from the Washington D.C. area, but now living in Des Moines, Iowa (yes, you read that correctly). He gives no fucks.
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True story: Corridor founder Dan Snyder recently sent me one of his shirts to check out in person, and I’ve been wearing it (at least) twice a week ever since. And not like a Christmas toy you’d be giddy about at first, but then neglect after two weeks, this bitch gon’ keep getting hella wear. Read more
I spent all of last week searching for the perfect pair of black shorts, but everything I found was either too short, too long, too slim, too wide, or too ugly. Classic case of Goldie Locks syndrome. But then, Wings + Horns came through with a pair that was juuust right. Their Terry Pull On Read more
You know that awesome feeling you get when you stick your head out of a moving vehicle? Okay, now imagine that feeling all over your upper torso, all day long. That’s pretty much what you’ll get with these Post Overalls Feather Chambray Shirts. The light, airy cotton / linen blend will make your nipples want Read more
Freemans Sporting Club has teamed up with our favorite short-makers, Jed & Marne, and taken their Guatemalan fabrics to the next cot damn level. Combining J&M’s amazing handwoven textiles with FSC’s pitch-perfect tailoring, these unstructured, NYC-made Cocktail Shackets are a summer masterpiece unlike any other.
Did you know that I’m super into cowboying? That’s what it’s called, right? No? Well, whatever it is, I like it, since it gives me an excuse to wear one of these Japanese-made Triple Peaked Pocket Cowboy Shirts from Needles. Between their slim-fit, mother of pearl snap buttons, sawtooth chest pockets and tonal floral and Read more
With Blk Pine Workshop’s new Dot Series, you can either dip your toe in the polka dot pool, or cannonball in, depending on which of the two bag styles you choose. And regardless of how you get in the water, you’ll be getting a hardwearing hauler that’s made in the USA out of heavy duck Read more
These Barracks Blazers from Cadet remind me a lot of the Baker Jackets from Engineered Garments, and as an admitted EG-Stan, that’s a big, big compliment. Cut and sewn in Brooklyn, the Barracks are unlined, lightweight, and beautifully tailored. And now that they’re on sale, they’re half the price of the Bakers.
Fatherhood is great and all, but lately I’ve been looking more and more like a soccer mom and less and less like my usually fantastic self, and that’s no good. Thankfully, Epaulet just replenished their stock of Kamigata Jackets, so I can get back on stylish track.
I used to despise zippers. I didn’t want them on anything, especially shirts. “Buttons only!” I would say. But that was before I saw this US-made, 100% cotton Zip Up Shirt Jacket from Steven Alan. With a classic CPO fit that’s perfect for layering underneath, this multi-season shacket has made be a zipper believer. And Read more
To the park during a monsoon. To the beach during a sandstorm. On a magic carpet ride through a swamp with Aladdin. These are all the places I want to take this Imogene + Willie Selvage Canvas Tote. Not only can the US-made bag’s sturdy cotton canvas with red selvage detail withstand the brutalist of Read more