rakish tilt

Ra–kish adj 1. Nautical Having a trim, streamlined appearance: “We were schooner rigged and rakish, with a long and lissome hull” (John Masefield). 2. Dashingly or sportlingly stylish; jaunty. Probably from Rake (from the raking masts of pirate ships).
—The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition, 2000.

Britches of Georgetowne dead stock “Cooper” shorts. French fly, alterable waist. Original price $22.50. Purchased for $4 at the thrift store. Just in time for summer.

Taking the 990v3’s out for an run.

Taking the 990v3’s out for an run.

“This is a marriage made for divorce,” said Ronald Goodstein, an associate professor of marketing at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.

“It’s a marriage of a once-great story that has now become a discount brand, which is Jos. A. Bank, with a brand that is passe, history, which is Eddie Bauer.”

Source: Jos. A. Bank to buy Eddie Bauer in deal worth $825 million

thesuitroom:


Original, original, original. But it was too far gone to take home.

thesuitroom:

Original, original, original. But it was too far gone to take home.

seanhowe:

Tower of Shadows #1. Art by Johnny Craig.

seanhowe:

Tower of Shadows #1. Art by Johnny Craig.

I usually avoid logos, and yellow ties, but I couldn’t resist this one. Besides it was only a dollar at the thrift store so… what the heck.