This new rustic dapper look came together for me when I grouped all these different browns and leathers. It’s a look I’ve never gone for before personally, but I’ve admired it at queer wedding shoots about the web (after browsing Two Birds Nest you’ll see what I mean.) FAFF knew right away that we needed to shoot this at Hopsters, a new brewery in her town.
I’ve most commonly worn the smart shirt as a dress shirt. My favorite feature is the robust collar and cuffs. Gives it a really nice structure and makes for easy sleeve rolling. I adore the subtly of the grid pattern, allowing it to still act as a solid color if you choose to pair it with a bolder pattern, but also giving a solid outfit a boost of activity.
The jeans, of course, are a new staple. The roominess in the crotch area doesn’t garner much awkwardness, and they are very comfortable. If you are about my size and seeking a new pair of men’s jeans at an affordable price, I highly recommend these. A note that they run larger; I take a size smaller in Topman’s skinny jeans than I do all their other pants. Feel free to message me privately with any other sizing inqwearies.
Glasses: SEE Eyewear
Shirt: Topman White Grey Grid Long Sleeve Smart Shirt
Vest: Topman Camel Plain Suit Vest
Pocket Square: Topman Black Floral Pocket Square
Jeans: Topman Mid Wash Vintage Skinny Jeans
Shoes: Suede Walk-over Derbys
Belt: J.Crew Leather Roller-Buckle Belt
Bag: Korchmar JUSTIN Compact Brief
As Qwear's Founding Editor, Sonny’s work centers around envisioning a future in which the clothing people wear does not dictate their chances of survival. Sonny was awarded 2015 dapperQ of the Year and was the first trans blogger to be sponsored by Topman. In March 2016, Sonny spoke at South by South West's first official queer fashion panel.