April Print : GQ Magazine General Style 114 Comments

JKISSI : Street Etiquette’s first time in print has been released this month via GQ (Gentlemen’s Quarterly). GQ’s April issue was ushered out a few days ago with actor Shia LaBeouf gracing the cover. We were brought to the attention of GQ by an email from an anonymous person in a high place who came across our site, which in turn has sparked several collaborations between us and GQ. First was our online guest contribution for Black History Month, titled “Birth of the Cool : 20 Black Style Pioneers”, where myself and Travis selected 20 unsung individuals whose style we admired.  It also seems the popular Twitter hash-tag #BELIEVE2010 , among a certain crop of bloggers, has blossomed  into something more than tweets of motivation but to actual accomplishments. From online to print, the power of the Internet and blogs never ceases to amaze me in how it crosses traditional media and gives individuals like myself and Travis the means to express our opinion.  I’m very grateful we received the chance to represent the Internet community and our supporters in this feature.

Trav: There is no denying that GQ is the magazine for mens style. They have managed to turn a noun into an adjective, something that every lifestyle brand strives for. It’s very fulfilling for us to be given such a momentous opportunity so early in our development. We will continue to build and work hard. Thanks to everyone who showed much love and support when they surprisingly came across us in this magazine.

Joshua Kissi, Street Etiquette, Vintage Ralph Lauren, Sebago Loafers, Flathead jeans, Self Edge, New York, Joshua Kissi of Street Etiquette

Vintage Ralph Lauren Polo Shirt - Flathead SE05 BSP Slim TaperedSebago Classic PennyLoaferBilly Kirk Large Carry All

Fit details : (Riding uptown on the 1 train) – The warm weather swings around, once again providing us the chance to cease the intense layering from the previous season and run with something more simplistic. The Vintage Ralph Lauren polo shirt was scored from a vintage shop; what attracted me to this shirt was the bold stripes and interesting color palette. Ultimately straying away from my A.P.C New Cures I decided to go up a few notches and wear my Flathead jeans this time around. I am also featured in the Denim Debate, a site where myself and 24 other individuals basically beat our denim to shreds and document it as time goes by. The classic silhouette of a hand sewn loafer, in a nice brush antique brown by the company Sebago, is definitely one of my favorite shoes to hit the pavement with as the temperature increases. The large carryall bag from Billykirk is really all I need to carry my camera , books and any other necessities I may require throughout the day.

Flathead jeans, Sebago Loafers, Ralph Lauren Polo, Joshua Kissi , Street Etiquette

Rugby Oxford – Uniqlo cords – Clarks Desert Boots

We were featured in the “Penny-Pincher’s guide to style”, where we discussed our most discounted items in our very own wardrobes, and how it relies more on personal style than brand name to make a product look great.

Joshua kissi, Travis Gumbs, Street Etiquette Joshua Kissi, GQ Street Etiquette,Photo :  Eric Ray Davidson

GQ has provided millions of gentlemen around the world a lifestyle at which to aspire. Stick the adjectives suave , polished, and classic when describing the connotations of the magazine. As you may know by now we have a tendency for reverting back to History in some riveting way. We searched for our absolutely favorite GQ covers throughout the many years and formulated a quick collage from sports players , actors, artist to just damn well dressed gentleman- these covers are some of our favorites.

Great thanks to Andy Comer , Photographer Eric Ray Davidson and the whole GQ staff


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  • amit

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    ‘grats yall, doin big things!

  • TayZonday

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Unbelievable, this really sets a new standard for the way of dressing, carrying oneself and life altogether.

    *Shoot, I wish I could get any train when its that empty.*

  • James

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Just got my issue in the mail and luckily for you guys, this won’t be issue I toss away. I’m very proud of you and our movement. In the words of the great Alexander Kissith “Lets Win”.

  • David W. Albert

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Well…Josh and Trav I’m pretty sure it was me that gave the heads up first via Twitter. Haha Nah, just playing it is good to see the moves in motion, if that makes sense. I like to see people that inspire me do good and achieve because ultimaltely in one way or another that helps me to achieve what I want to achieve a.k.a aspiration. Haha Well, keep doing your thing, I know I say that all the time. I think it is becoming over done, anyway I liked the spread it was nice to see it guys. That’s it for now until your response of course. Ha

  • sssence

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    seems like almost every post is another grand and well deserved accomplishment. great outfits on both. i do like the colorway on the polo josh. anything with red/navy is always good with me. trav, those desert boots are dope and i love rep stripe ties. congratulations on the GQ opportunity…I can’t wait to get my issue!

  • Justin FitzPatrick

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Hey congrats you guys!!! thats great. i have been following your blog for a little while now and i really like the stuff you guys do and the styles that you are representing, we need more men aware of individuality expressed through style. keep up the good work.


  • David W. Albert

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Oh, one question though what do you two keep in those duffles to have them so full?

  • ProStudio

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    We here at ProStudio commend your movement in the fashion industry and thank you for your support and our close business endervors to come. Let’s win


  • Fashionista

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Love Love Love it! You guys are always bringing great things to the Fashion world. I congratulate you as well, keep it up.


        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    David : I keep a number of things in my bag from books , water bottle, camera , what ever else I will need through out the day maybe a extra oxford or so. That pretty much fulls half of the bag it really elongates and takes shape when you stuff things in there. Great bag.

  • David W. Albert

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Who is the company on that? Because I am looking for some sort of weekend bag or even a nice messenger, man because shit is getting out of hand with the Jansport backpack.

  • Abu

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    I like the outfit Joshua is wearing. It’s a regular day type of outfit which is what I would like to reach. The Tie Travis has with the Clarks is mad crisp.

  • Joe

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Get the scans up!

  • Prêt-à-Porter P

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Congratulations!!! Definitely well deserved recognition for both of you guys.

  • Jing

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Congratulations!!! Well deserved and thank you for sharing all your hard work with us~

  • Kenji Summers

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Cheers to Street Etiquette!

  • Astro

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Congrats. i’ll be sure to pick up that issue either on my way to or after church.

  • TeoV

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Wowww guys , congrats ! you’re on Gentlemen’s Quarterly my favourite magazine ever (I got tons of gq’s stored in my crib lol)
    Much respect ,

    you’re italian friend

  • dayinthelyf

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Congrats guys! I think this is the one GQ I am really motivated to buy. Fits look on point and ready for the warm weather coming up; really vibrant colors. I wish the best to both you guys.

  • LOLA

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Ahh geesh, this is too good to be true. So proud of you guys!
    Enough said.

    P.S: Josh, I really like those loafers!

  • components of enthusiasm

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    yo, this is fantastic news man, congrats to you and trav. 2010 indeed haha! can’t wait to get this issue in the mail.


  • Skip

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    I was trying to cut back on buying issues of GQ but I will definitely pick this one up. Congrats!


        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Abu : Thanks my friend I love the bold stripes myself something about it really attracted me to the shirt. This great 90s vibe that I felt i could mix with my style today.

  • JP

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    You guys are amazing~ well done.

  • Kadeem J.

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    #BELIEVE2010!!!!…My brothas are really paving the way…I really look up to you guys
    And as usual…the fits are on point!


        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    David : It’s made by Billy Kirk two brothers who produce leather goods check out their site at http://www.billykirk.com

    Jing : Thanks a lot!

    Paul : Good looks my brother , what happened to your blog ? btw

    : I could imagine even when back on HB your style always contained a european twist was obvious you resided outside of the U.S among the rest. Thanks for all the support.

    Kenji Summers : Thanks my brother!


        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    JP : Back at you just for running such a awesome site I check out every time a update happens. Keep up the good work on your side.

    Kadeem : Thanks Kadeem the inspiration is mutual trust me – let’s keep pushing on!

  • sQuincy

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    from the BX all the way to GQ..
    need i say more??
    you guys are simply amazing.
    good f*cking shit, congrats..
    – i’m expecting nothing less than interviews and covers from here on.
    great job, once again.

  • Neef @truebeliever12

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    HA! SE is unstoppable right now….. Your photograph is next to INSPIRATION in th dictionary, you guys have brought a brotha a long way… #BELIEVE2010

  • Jack

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Tremendous respect and congratulations are in order. You guys are doing it. Living your dream.

    Keep evolving, progressing, and continuing to inspire! Representing our borough of The Bronx in a proper and glorious manner!

  • rebeKah

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    will be purchasing this issue and following “street style”. absolutely love this!

  • MaryBeth

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Congratulations on your exciting and well deserved GQ feature!
    I truly like your style!

  • Lala Loepz

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Great post and feature in GQ. This is one of the first of many fruitful things to come to you both. My best wishes and support are with Street Etiquette always! xo, Lala!

  • Brighton Peer

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    90′s Ralph Lauren is where its at Jkissi…..!

    I work for a company contracted to Ralph’s Home-ware, and we have all these catalogues from the late 90′s its amazing to go through them, and see the old styles, well worth remixing and bringing up to date, all though I can’t believe the cut on some of the shirts…I’ve got a 90′s pink and white Blake Shirt, it’s as long as a bloody dress!

    Anyway well done for getting the recognition both of you deserve!


  • Aimee Piper

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Congratulations, gentlemen.

  • unitedstyle

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    I got my copy in the mail a few days ago. A smile hit my face when I saw the first page you guys are on. Then I looked up from The Women You Love feature and saw you guys. Congrats.

  • Thom

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    So richly deserved. Congrats.

  • Natalie

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    You guys put in work though. Congratulations. I hope you guys write a book documenting style (what it means to you influences), old and new, that GQ online piece is impressive and I love what you said about Marvin Gaye “. This is a true workwear look he’s pulling off here—vintage Americana”

    That looks like such a great bag and considering all the things you put in it, it must be spacious!

    Congratulatiions, again


  • goldie

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Wow, guys. From the outside looking in, it seems like things are exponentially getting better better.

    Loving Trav’s Uniqlo cords.

    Accessories on point, per the usual.

  • District Cut

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Where where where did you get that vintage Ralph Lauren polo shirt?

  • Shiki

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Im so proud of you guys I’ve been a fan of your blog almost a year now after seeing JKISSI on lookbook. Im just so happy to see you guys achieve all this from all your hard work.

    Props to both of you :)

  • The Ca$h

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Congratulations… To JKissi and the rest of Team Etiquette
    Come on.. GQ Magazine, your guys are really starting to soar.

  • Trishna

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Guys, I am so thrilled to hear of your wonderful collaboration with GQ. I have to say yours in THE awesomest men’s style blog out in the blogosphere and I have been an avid follower since my very first visit. You guys bring a refreshing change of scenario to this world.

    Keep the good vibes coming.



  • David W. Albert

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    I know the company I am a big fan of them, thanks.

  • Mister Anderson

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Watching this blog over the past year has been pure inspiration. Good look on the vintage polo @ Kissi. Dope fit as usual Trav.

  • blake

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    timeless, keep doin it.

  • the style crusader

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    oh congratulations on this! how cool!

    have just discovered your blog today. saw that it was mentioned in the times style mag today. really love it! such beautiful photos. will definitely be following. xx

  • illtek

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Yea I just seen yall in GQ couple days ago when it came in the mail. I freaked out! Congratz guys! I wish you two the best!


  • Kevin Lanre

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    I love ALL the fits!

    You guys do it so smoothly, kudos.

    I’m slightly bummed I never got to feature you guys on the show when we were in NY. Bloody schedules, but keep up the great work.

    Much love from London.

  • joseph a

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Its official, you boys have hit the big time

  • Meji

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Good stuff man. You’re doing big things and I’m happy for you. Keep it up

  • Jenn

        posted on March 21 , 2010 :

    Congrats on making it in GQ, that’s so awesome. Well done!

  • Alex

        posted on March 22 , 2010 :

    Ayy! I’m proud of yall coming from the blog and making it into GQ. Congrats guys, your a inspiration
    From a HB Brother.

  • mat ahoy

        posted on March 22 , 2010 :

    congrats guys, such a great opportunity for you both and well taken! glad to see it, really pleased

  • Paulo Wallo

        posted on March 22 , 2010 :

    Congrats my brothers! Keep up the good work

  • jonnyk12

        posted on March 22 , 2010 :

    mad respect as usual. you guys are consistently killing it!
    can’t wait to see what’s next

  • gdal

        posted on March 22 , 2010 :

    I haven’t read GQ in a while but I definitely have to pick up this issue. Its inspiring how far a blog can take you in such little time. Congrats on the feature. Keep it up.

  • Neal Wellington

        posted on March 22 , 2010 :

    Congrats to the guys at Street Etiquette. True inspiration, your vision, style, knowledge and passion are truly evident in everything you do. Keep it up


        posted on March 22 , 2010 :

    Squincy : Thanks man from the Bronx to GQ is definitely something we’re grateful but so much more to get done , it just means we can’t slow down at all right now. We have a great support cast from all of the reader which is wonderful and can’t wait for our future endeavors!

    Neef : Thanks , and you have seen it grow truthully ,

    Jack : It’s great to have a fellow resident of the Bronx recognize our hard work and perseverance – this borough has to change even if a small group of people are taking action !

    rebeKAH : many thanks

    Mary Beth : thanks

  • Phil

        posted on March 22 , 2010 :

    My brothers. You already know. Well done.

  • Guest

        posted on March 22 , 2010 :

    JKISSI or anyone who many know.

    Where can I purchase up some of the colorful beaded bracelets you have on? Links or stores may be helpful, I’m in the NY area.


  • only cure

        posted on March 22 , 2010 :

    You guys have done it again. It’s pretty sick how the HB crew has known of you guys since the streetwear days. Your achievements have made me pick up my camera again and start getting creative.

    Ambition truly does take you places. Good job.

  • Michael K

        posted on March 22 , 2010 :

    Josh & Trav,
    Many congratulations to you both for this feature!
    I will definitely hunt this issue down when it lands in the UK (we get US GQ a few weeks behind you)
    It has been great to watch your style and writing evolve over the last year or so since I discovered SE!

  • James Montgomery

        posted on March 22 , 2010 :

    Congrats, very much deserved!




  • thewatchern

        posted on March 22 , 2010 :

    love these looks.

  • Sheldon

        posted on March 22 , 2010 :

    I just wanted to say congrats and thank you to you both. I’m a young black attorney in male style devoid LA, so GQ has been my dressing bible for years. I loved the 20 black style icons that you guys did in February. I was really mad when GQ didn’t put Sammie Davis Jr. in its 50 best dressed men of all time. Glad to see that you guys gave him a nod. I also enjoyed the coverage that you got in the April issue. I’ll be checking your blog from now on.


  • Guest

        posted on March 23 , 2010 :

    I love the beaded bracelets. Where can I pick some up?

  • Coldsun

        posted on March 23 , 2010 :

    We all knew it was just a matter of time… Good stuff guys…

  • Saul Patrick

        posted on March 23 , 2010 :

    Very true good jobs guys cant wait for you guys to take things to the next level as far as men of color and just bloggers!

  • Milly

        posted on March 23 , 2010 :

    Words ca not describe how proud I am of you two. The road ahead is beyond amazing for yall. Glad we get to witness it all.

  • ReZ

        posted on March 23 , 2010 :

    Saw this coming ever since the first day I came on this site , really saw the potential from early on you guys are doing something no one else is doing painting this lifestyle for individuals all around the world to view. Please keep it up you have my 100 % support over here

  • Jarrett Harris

        posted on March 23 , 2010 :

    Great job guys, keep up the good work and I hope to see ya’ll in more GQ issues in the future!

  • Khemet

        posted on March 23 , 2010 :

    Congrats, you brothas and definitely got class. I’m on to the style and diggin the vibe.


  • Michael Williams

        posted on March 23 , 2010 :

    Speechless you guys deserve it the ultimate come up story from two guys in the Bronx! Keep pushing this envelope please

  • Street Etiquette Blog « getting it together

        posted on March 23 , 2010 :

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  • Subculture

        posted on March 23 , 2010 :

    Congrats Josh. This is Sub, long time no speak. Just saw you guys in GQ and flipped. Knew you guys had the style to make it there eventually. Keep at it homie.

  • die young, stay pretty.

        posted on March 23 , 2010 :

    looking slickkkkk!

  • ohwrd » Blog Archive » sorry josh

        posted on March 24 , 2010 :

    [...] This was too good. Wish I did it first. While Josh isn’t posing for fake Supreme tee’s he’s posing for GQ. Check that out here. [...]

  • JME

        posted on March 24 , 2010 :

    if u don’t mind me asking, did you size down on your flat heads?? bought a pair last week true to size but in two minds on whether to size down…

  • MyFavoriteSuperhero

        posted on March 24 , 2010 :

    I just want to say that I’ve been looking for a blog just like this! It’s hard to find style-based material for men, especially African American men. I will admit, I discovered this blog from the recent GQ article and I am glad I did. You have another follower and someone who will visit quite often in an effort to revamp his style and maintain a mature appearance. Keep up the great work!


        posted on March 24 , 2010 :

    JME : I didn’t size down at all , I heard they’re suppose to shrink tremendously after the washes. In other words you are in the same position as me. Let me know how everything goes with your pair and I’ll do the same.


        posted on March 24 , 2010 :

    Subculture : Thanks Chad it’s been a long time I take it your a certified lawyer at this time because you took a hiatus from the internet lol. Keep up the good work and thanks I know I would of flipped if I saw anyone I knew in it also lol.

    Michael Williams : Thank you man – come up story is one that’s always told especially from the Bronx or any urban community where we face the barriers that we do. Definitely excited for the future.

    Milly : Thanks sister , the same path should be instored for you ..

    Khemet : thanks man

  • Jose A.

        posted on March 24 , 2010 :

    Yo man! I been gone for a while n you get this big? I’m happy for you man I remember when we started this shit back in High School. I’m glad you guys are doing your thing big you already know what you gotta rep for…

    Jose A.



        posted on March 24 , 2010 :

    Reggie : Definitely ready for the warm weather ourselves even though its shaky right now in about 2-3 weeks we should be good to go!

    Lala Lopez : Thanks Lala , support is mutual.

    Brighton Peer : A fan of bold symmetrical designs especially during the s/s season where you could go a bit more farther with things. It would be awesome if you could scan some of these magazines for us to see my friend let me know! Myself and Travis always discuss on how we think the 90s really messed up the sizing on clothing lol I could order a small and it would be incredibly long lol lucky we moved towards changing that lol

    Aimee Piper : Thank you –

    Prostudio : Looking forward to it and much thanks .

    United Style : Many thanks I think we shocked a lot of readers all around the country to see us in there with out any prior knowledge lol , we like to keep secrets.

  • beverly hunt

        posted on March 25 , 2010 :

    big props on your wonderful blog that helped you grace the pages of gq! keep doing big things. i’ll be watching proudly!

  • Alexander C

        posted on March 25 , 2010 :

    Congratulations, this blog and your movement are inspiring. Keep up the great work.


  • adidasaj

        posted on March 25 , 2010 :

    congrats on the magazine coverage

    though I think you’re exagerating GQ a bit…

    it’s a great magazine but it’s a magazine for fashion newbies

    I read it monthly for almost 4 years and eventually, I got to the point where it became useless to me. More hardcore fashion magazes like V-MAN, Fantastic Man, An Other Man do gentlemens fashion and lifestyle far better IMO.

    GQ is great for what it is though — mass market and newbie friendly

    it’s the CNN of gentlemen and satorialists

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  • char

        posted on March 26 , 2010 :

    Congrats guys. You make us all very proud!!!

  • Upscale Swagger

        posted on March 26 , 2010 :

    Congratulations guys!

  • tayo

        posted on March 26 , 2010 :

    congrats! been a big fan of you guys for along time

  • Chrishaun Byrom

        posted on March 27 , 2010 :

    Josh, dude, I’m gonna bring raincoats to the A!!! That’s hotter than stripped socks!! Really imma make that tip. Propz.

  • lineag of influence

        posted on March 27 , 2010 :

    The cord/sock/Desert boot combination work perfectly, great choice of colours.

    Congrats on the mag feature too!

  • WILL

        posted on March 28 , 2010 :

    Congrats on GQ. Keep the Street Etiquette wave going.

  • Jerry St Aubin

        posted on March 30 , 2010 :

    Stairs Are Being Climed At A Expeditious Rate. As I Watch The Progression With Each Post My Eyes Never Fall To Boredom I Can View This Post And Many Others Multiple Times In The Same Hour For Numerous Days And Each Time I View A Post Its Like The First Time I Layed My Eyes On It. Love The Fits ! Splendid Post!

  • Street Etiquette: Making Moves « Ilikevans's

        posted on March 30 , 2010 :

    [...] Travis: There is no denying that GQ is the magazine for mens style. They have managed to turn a noun into an adjective, something that every lifestyle brand strives for. It’s very fulfilling for us to be given such a momentous opportunity so early in our development. We will continue to build and work hard. Thanks to everyone who showed much love and support when they surprisingly came across us in this magazine. Read more…… [...]


        posted on March 31 , 2010 :

    Beverly hunt ; thanks a lot surely will..

    Alexander ; thanks man

    adidasaj : I see what you mean everyone is entitled to their own opinion and that stands corrected here , our readership varies from people who may not read all the mags you mentioned. We’re not trying to act more superior to anyone who holds GQ as their favorite magazine they do hold that type of connotation to most people who don’t want to go too in depth in the ‘fashion’ thing just want the abc’s , and thanks for the congrats

    Char ; Thanks its a step for everyone!


        posted on March 31 , 2010 :

    @WILL: Thanks


        posted on March 31 , 2010 :

    @Jerry St Aubin: Jerry you know this the best the pace that we climb the stairs is the important part sure people have been watching us grow from post to post , but if you really go back in the archives you can really see the growth to presently. The journey doesn’t become any easier when you are expected .. thanks man

    @Chrishaun Byrom: Lol , go ahead my brother and do that everyone doesn’t want a raincoat until it rains and you’re fumbling in your closet for something to resist the water lol get ready for spring!

    @tayo: Thanks!

    @Upscale Swagger: truly appreciated man , keep up the good work on your side.

    @Jose A.: Hey jose, it has been a while man we need to catch up I’m surprised you stumbled across our site ! email me we need to catch up man lol

    @die young, stay pretty.: Thanks!

  • Kevin

        posted on April 1 , 2010 :

    Hi y’all,

    This is the best fashion website ever. You make me proud of being a black man! Y’all are so fresh, so clean…

    I have one question for you regarding your ties. What is the perfect widht for a tie? Yours look like finer than the classic ones we find in the business generally, but they are a little wider than ties slim. I know that the average width is included between 7 and 9 centimeters, but I shall like knowing the exact width of the ties you choose moreover very well.

    Excuse my poor English, I am French :)


  • SwanDiamondRose

        posted on April 2 , 2010 :

    congratulations on your never ending successes! you’re good, you’re good and they know it. nice.

    those GQ covers are great. always a fan of your old photo finds.


  • johan

        posted on April 10 , 2010 :

    It looks like the button on your jeans is undone. Style or fit?


        posted on April 10 , 2010 :

    @johan: Fit my brother not style lol – now they fit pretty well btw

    @SwanDiamondRose: Thanks a lot for your continued support!

    @Kevin: No problem at all your English is readable – I think the perfect width for a tie is about 2.5 inches for me personally I like it to be in between the 2.0 even 1.5 inch skinny tie and something much more larger 3.0 inches. It can really depends on ones outfit and proportions of your fit let’s say most of your clothing is slim fit it would only make perfect sense to add a slim tie – if skinny then you get the pattern here

  • michael

        posted on April 16 , 2010 :

    JKISSI, i thought you didnt wear watches?!?! good look tho, slight hypocrisy … :s

  • Jordan

        posted on April 19 , 2010 :

    How do those Sebagos fit? I generally wear one size in sneakers, and size down one in grown-man shoes. So how are they, in comparison to Nikes or something?


        posted on April 19 , 2010 :

    @michael: Lol got me , lol but yeah in all reality trying to get more comfortable with it let’s see what happens maybe a future post

    Hey Jordan , they fit true to size my friend. I wear a size 11 in most nikes and athletic sneakers like jordans so you should be fine going with your true size.

  • Jordan

        posted on April 19 , 2010 :

    Thanks man, appreciated.

  • Empress

        posted on April 22 , 2010 :

    Wow thats great, congratz, just stumbled upon your blog and feel in love with the incredible style you both have. Love this look on a brother and you guys are clearly doing your thing. Hats off.


  • Vonmiwi

        posted on April 24 , 2010 :

    Great blog! I see that you guys have done a homage to GQ, do the two of you remember or have you ever heard of Johnson Publication’s Ebony Man Magazine? I saved all of my issues of the magazine.

  • work at home

        posted on April 29 , 2010 :

    I like design of your site What is the name of template ?

  • Gesamtkunstwerk!

        posted on May 4 , 2010 :

    great style…great blog…hooked!

  • Bridgit brobbey

        posted on August 5 , 2010 :

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  • BarberWanda18

        posted on September 10 , 2010 :

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