May 9, 2011
I’m a staunch fashion existentialist; I think people should wear their most beloved, most esoteric pieces out everyday, out and proud. Such an attitude has caused me to constantly collect these odd, oftentimes impractical show pieces, so much so that I now have a wardrobe (or three) bursting with collector’s items. But sometimes, it’s the very faintly detailed, basic clothing that people feel most comfortable in, and in turn, look the best in. Chase Dillon illustrates.
vintage military t-shirt, Preston and York belt, Endovanera pleated linen trousers, vintage shirt tied around the waist, Dragan Mrdja
He says he likes to keep a long-sleeved button-down tied around his waist to wear as a cover-up on the chillier spring evenings. I can’t say I’ve ever done the shirt-as-jacket look again since the awkward nineties, but I may consider giving this look a chance.
vintage multi-stripe shirt tied around Endovanera pleated linen jean-trousers
another 90s flashback: drawstring hems on pants
at a vintage home goods store in Brooklyn: his white-boy version of my hairdo du jour, the disheveled finger-brushed flip
Chase just joined the menswear blogosphere with his blog The Sweet and Tender Hooligan
. He collaborated with photographer friend Ashley Dupree
on an impressive editorial
of which many bloggers could only dream their outfit posts be of the same production value. Check it out here