Caught my eye. Winter beanie. Military style parka. Combat boots. Fingerless gloves. The look simply works, all pieces come together and compliment one another. Kudos.

Caught my eye. Winter beanie. Military style parka. Combat boots. Fingerless gloves. The look simply works, all pieces come together and compliment one another. Kudos.

Caught my eye. Shoes. Knit scarf. Studded bag. Great Outfit. Kudos.

Caught my eye. Shoes. Knit scarf. Studded bag. Great Outfit. Kudos.

Caught my eye. Quilted jacket with corduroy collar. Saddle Shoes. Also, The contrast in colors from the knit cardigan and the jacket. Kudos.

Caught my eye. Quilted jacket with corduroy collar. Saddle Shoes. Also, The contrast in colors from the knit cardigan and the jacket. Kudos.

Caught my eye. The layering. Geoffrey Beene peacoat over the cinnamon brown blazer. The American Apparel shag fleece cardigan adding energy to the outfit. Bold patterned skinny tie. I favor shoes over a lot of things and those loafers do their job. Kudos.

Caught my eye. The layering. Geoffrey Beene peacoat over the cinnamon brown blazer. The American Apparel shag fleece cardigan adding energy to the outfit. Bold patterned skinny tie. I favor shoes over a lot of things and those loafers do their job. Kudos.

Caught my eye. Her vintage yet modern elegance. Marc Jacobs blouse. Zara blazer. To top it off, her use of the bowtie. Kudos.

Caught my eye. Her vintage yet modern elegance. Marc Jacobs blouse. Zara blazer. To top it off, her use of the bowtie. Kudos.

Travis Gumbs, (Street Etiquette), puts together a look that in truth many may not go for but overall does its job. He chooses several unique pieces from the beret to the vintage coat, to the Military BDU pants, and all the way down to the Sebago boots. This is a great example of dressing in one’s own style against the winter. Kudos.

Travis Gumbs, (Street Etiquette), puts together a look that in truth many may not go for but overall does its job. He chooses several unique pieces from the beret to the vintage coat, to the Military BDU pants, and all the way down to the Sebago boots. This is a great example of dressing in one’s own style against the winter. Kudos.

She immediately caught my eye with her sequin jacket, trousers, and wedges. The shell like buckle pulls it together. I like the natural way she mixes vintage pieces with the most forward fashion. Kudos.

She immediately caught my eye with her sequin jacket, trousers, and wedges. The shell like buckle pulls it together. I like the natural way she mixes vintage pieces with the most forward fashion. Kudos.

I love the use of different colors and texture when he layers. The blue Gingham Oxford shirt under a burgundy Rugby cardigan followed by an RL Tweed jacket exhibit a great from of layering. Great touches of red as well. The red cuffs on the jeans give me chills. “The trick to mastering the art of layering is to consider color, cut, and silhouettes that look keen to the eye. There is a natural progression with layering. - Joshua Kissi Kudos.

I love the use of different colors and texture when he layers. The blue Gingham Oxford shirt under a burgundy Rugby cardigan followed by an RL Tweed jacket exhibit a great from of layering. Great touches of red as well. The red cuffs on the jeans give me chills. “The trick to mastering the art of layering is to consider color, cut, and silhouettes that look keen to the eye. There is a natural progression with layering. - Joshua Kissi Kudos.

Scott Schuman, known from “The Sartorialist” blog, as well as an idol of mine, shot this photograph of this man on the street. I can certainly see why this man caught Schuman’s eye. What caught my attention was the way the man used different shades and textures of brown as well as neutral grays to compliment the entire look. He then uses the deep purple colored scarf to complete it. Kudos.

Scott Schuman, known from “The Sartorialist” blog, as well as an idol of mine, shot this photograph of this man on the street. I can certainly see why this man caught Schuman’s eye. What caught my attention was the way the man used different shades and textures of brown as well as neutral grays to compliment the entire look. He then uses the deep purple colored scarf to complete it. Kudos.

The Tailored Social is the inspiration of style that moves in the streets and the constant exposure of distinction. I want the world to see how many beautiful people there are in their own societal comfort.

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