Archive for October, 2014
I’ve been meaning to write about this J. Crew jacket for a while, because it is such a fantastic—but way better-priced—stand-in for this classic from Barbour. But I’m glad I waited, because right now, it’s one of many, many items the site is offering for 25% off. Just remember to enter the code STYLETREAT at checkout.
Sometimes—when I’m totally tempted to buy something but know I really shouldn’t— I’ll post it here, just to get it out of my system. This Emerson Fry anorak has been haunting my dreams for weeks: now I hand it off to you. No backs.
This is pretty cute too, though, and costs half as much.
And here’s one that’s cheaper still.
- Minimalist horror movie posters.
- It is now possible to fly to Europe for $99. (Slate)
- Riggins returns. (Vulture)
- That charming Neil Patrick Harris is going to do a variety show for NBC. (A.V. Club)
- Your morning weep. (Pajiba)
So many different ways to go with this one: you can choose something utterly classic, like so.
Or make your duffel coat your puffer.
Or go with that whole pastel thing that’s so happening this season.
Like everything, a duffel gets a little more sophisticated in grey, and I like the houndstooth moment on the pockets, too.
Oh, I’m totally serious.
- A really quite beautiful slideshow of vintage matchbox art. (Collector’s Weekly)
- It always pleases me to bring you pictures from the annual East Village Halloween dog parade, which took place this weekend, and did not disappoint.
- It’s not uninteresting to see what different countries use for target practice. (Slate)
- Martha Stewart Living did a guide to throwing your kid a punk rock birthday party, which really was just asking for it. (A.V. Club)
- I love a good infographic map of America, and here are a whopping 25 of them, detailing everything from the second most popular religion in each state to the most common cause of death to the most popular kid’s names. (Mental Floss)