Here’s something they never tell you when you are a kid: you can’t wear superhero outfit when you grow up. No sir, they tell you, people will talk. This is not beautiful. People just won’t understand that a grown man dresses like Superman (or Batman, or Spiderman, or – God forbid – Aquaman) walking down the street.
Fortunately, we have the next best thing. The Filson Alaskan Guide Shirt ($ 110). First of all, it is cut like a dress shirt. It’s light enough to wear with a t-shirt underneath and just heavy enough to handle a sweatshirt underneath for the colder days of this spring. You won’t be mistaken for an aspiring Pacific Northwest hipster Johnny who recently came into this thing. Far from there.
You can’t go wrong with any color combination, but I highly suggest the real Lumberjack Red Plaid (known colloquially as the Buffalo Plaid). This will give passers-by the impression that you are some kind of mountain dweller fighting bears with your bare hands. Of course, in reality, you are just a poor graphic designer who works with his hands and has a grizzly album, but they don’t need to know it. You broadcast more good, hard and manly waves than a radio station playing nothing but Bootsy Collins basslines.
So do as I say, reader: throw away that neglected flannel you rocked. Improve your look. You might not be a superhero, but you can definitely dress like an off-duty.
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