Good Finds #024: Spring t-shirts, Supreme's latest drop, and a style mood board
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An iconic t-shirt, for everyone
*In partnership with Buck Mason
The first time I bought from Buck Mason was at their Abbott Kinney store in LA. I got a grey, curved-hem t-shirt. It was the best damn shirt I ever spent money on.
Today I own like 20 of them.
With t-shirts, it’s hard to find the balance between quality, fit, and price. Usually, you can pick two options, not all three. The Buck t-shirt was where I felt like I could have all three.
This month they relaunched that iconic t-shirt, fit for every body type this time. I can’t recommend it enough.
Check em’ out here.
WHAT I DIG
Oakstreet Bootmakers brought back the navy suede loafers!
These new athletic socks from Thunders Love.
This indigo overshirt from Orslow c/o Canoe Club.
A tour of Alex Delany’s swaggy East Village apartment.
A fireplace like this at Casa San Ysidro, New Mexico.
LeBron’s fire looking Nike dunk lows (and socks for that matter).
A wonderful read on the way Brunello Cucinelli runs his business (longer read).
Let’s dress like this dude from Japan when we’re old (IG).
Supreme and Dr. Martens shoe collab dropped yesterday.