lonelysandwich:

“This is England ‘86” on Nerd Boyfriend
We watched Episode 1 of this four-parter currently airing on Channel 4 last night and now I implore you to track it down by whatever transcontinental nefarious means, and revel in its majesty.
Read the wiki, but then check out this divine VHS-flavored promo.

lonelysandwich:

“This is England ‘86” on Nerd Boyfriend

We watched Episode 1 of this four-parter currently airing on Channel 4 last night and now I implore you to track it down by whatever transcontinental nefarious means, and revel in its majesty.

Read the wiki, but then check out this divine VHS-flavored promo.

(Source: nerdboyfriend)

It’s On Sale
Gloverall Classic Duffel Coat
Be sure and sign up for the STP Deal Flier for additional discounts.
$269.95 from $600 at Sierra Trading Post

It’s On Sale

Gloverall Classic Duffel Coat

Be sure and sign up for the STP Deal Flier for additional discounts.

$269.95 from $600 at Sierra Trading Post

“My jacket’s gonna be cut and slim and checked
Maybe a touch of seersucker, with an open neck
I ride a G.S. scooter with my hair cut neat
Wear my wartime coat in the wind and sleet”

The Who, from Quadrophenia

(thanks, Matt!)

"Forest casual: for the leafy gent."

If you haven’t watched The Mighty Boosh, let it be said that it is worth your time and attention.  Why do we post them here?  Consider this film clip an object lesson in dressing for the occasion.  Then, once you’ve learned your lesson, watch the Mod Wolf dance.

Don’t the Street Etiquette guys look flyer than the rest of ‘em in their duffle coats?
If you’re looking for a duffle for yourself, look for wood or bone toggles (not plastic), real wool (no polyester), and leather or rope toggle attachments.  The gold standard is early 20th-century British naval issue, and the silver goes to Gloverall, the original commercial manufacturer.  Pair with a Lambretta and you’re good to go.

Don’t the Street Etiquette guys look flyer than the rest of ‘em in their duffle coats?

If you’re looking for a duffle for yourself, look for wood or bone toggles (not plastic), real wool (no polyester), and leather or rope toggle attachments.  The gold standard is early 20th-century British naval issue, and the silver goes to Gloverall, the original commercial manufacturer.  Pair with a Lambretta and you’re good to go.

British Style Genius: The Street Look Pt. 6

The grand finale.

British Style Genius: The Street Look Pt. 5

Finale tomorrow.

British Style Genius - The Street Look Pt. 4

More to come…

British Style Genius - The Street Look, Pt. 3

The rest as the week unfolds…