to take the train tailgating style part 1

stealing a page straight from the red clay soul book of style (see below), i bring you to take the train tailgating style part 1.  like rcs, i’m keeping it simple while it’s still hot.

uga cutter & buck polo: never wear a t-shirt to tailgate.  if you want to show your pride on your shirt, opt for a clean looking polo with a small logo instead.

apc petite standards: i never leave home without them and they’re still dark enough to mask whatever i spill (i don’t wear shorts if i’m not at the beach or on the golf course).

sid mashburn bridle strap belt & engraved belt buckle: my favorite buckle and belt strap.

clarks desert boots: my go-to kicks when i can’t decide between sneakers and loafers.

moscot nebb sunglasses: cause everyone else will be wearing wayfarers.

  1. A great look. Glad I could find my alma mater’s version of the polo.

    • JC
    • September 6th, 2011

    These UGA shirts oughta be pretty cheap after last week. Just wait til the Gamecocks take them down another notch.

    • cooper
    • September 6th, 2011

    Ouch. Can’t argue with that. The dawgs looked awful on Saturday. I don’t expect a different result this weekend unless they have the best week of practice in the history of college football practices.

  2. How’s the fit on the Cutter & Buck polo? True to size, or order down for a slimmer fit?

    • cooper
    • September 19th, 2011

    If you like a slimmer fit, I’d say order down. It fits me true to size.

  3. Any suggestions for what to do when it gets cold? Up in East Lansing, Michigan, the weather is turning, and any coats I’ve seen with the MSU logo are all Nike sport-y. Any ideas for something classier?

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