The TV is tired of watching you.
sweatshirt: Adam Arnold
tank: Brady Lange
shoes: Alexander McQueen for Puma
house coat: Free People
socks: uhhh, Target?
shoes- Jeffrey Campbell
jeans- J Brand
arm party and necklaces- vintage, Grayling, and collected from special places along the way
hat- bought at a grocery store
shoes- Cole Haan
jeans- Cheap Monday
glasses- Ray Ban
When wearing cheetah print, there is little else left to say.
Here is a little blue raspberry cheetah with a side of traditional.
I love the idea of animal prints being set off with the life of floral.
The necklace I am wearing is part of the new spring line by Grayling. The natural grain in the wood is mirrored by the beautiful marbling in the stones.
boots: vintage find
jeans: Simon Miller
scarf: Adam Arnold
glasses: Ray Ban
cardigan: Old Navy
Don’t be a dummy, enjoy your clothes
Blazer: Vintage Jean Paul Gualtier
Tie: (unknown) vintage
Shirt: Ralph Lauren
Boyfriend Jean: Ever
Shirt: Hawkings McGill
Bow Tie: Vintage
Trousers: Modern Amusement
You know how there are some pieces that you absolutely can’t pass up? The kind that slap you across the face and scream, “We belong together!” That is this bolo tie for me. It is absolutely the best bolo tie I’ve ever experienced. The gold buck with blood red crystal eyes staring spookily right back at you has a certain je ne sais quoi. Basically, perfection.
Bold ties and statement bow ties are always a good thing but never underestimate the subtle impact of a great bolo tie.
HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY FROM BRICK AND BLACK!
necklace and bracelet: grayling
dress: Adam Arnold
martini: 3 parts no. 9 gin, 1 part martini rossi sweet vermouth, 3 olives
shoes: Kenneth Cole
shirt, tie and jeans: Adam Arnold
whiskey: on the rocks
shoes: Cole Haan
Denim started out as the working man’s uniform and quickly has become the all American fashion staple. Dress it up, dress it down, denim has transcended all forms of clothing and invaded our closets with its infectious shades of indigo.
I love wearing denim on denim on denim on denim. Who ever says that you can’t is a big fat liar. Mixing and matching different shades, textures and weights of denim help break up a Texas Tuxedo.
Styling note: Stand next to complimentary colors. Don’t have a sweet graffiti train car? Hang out at an Orange Julius.
Lauren freshens up her denim assault with a colorful scarf and Mexican beads. Her ripped jeans are paired with smart platform wedges.
Custom reversible denim bow tie by Adam Arnold
DIY Mexican bead bracelet
bow tie, vest, jacket: all by Adam Arnold
shirt: cool hunting people
shoes: cole haan
leggings: awesome vintage nike
jeans: F21 (eww we know, but hey, we’re real people with a budget)
jacket: Maverick Western Wear