Creep by Hiroshi Awai 3/4 Button Up

Posted in Fashion by Chris on August 31, 2010
Normally when something is referred to as a creepy your first instinct is to steer clear. Creep by Hiroshi Awai might not necessarily fall into that get-the-hell-away-from-me category as earlier mentioned. Behold, the 3/4 length baseball sleeve button up shirt. Classier than tees and short sleeve button-ups and slightly less formal than a casual dress shirt, ladies have had the privilege of being afforded these types of shirts for years; now Creep introduces them to the greater brociety. The shirt has a slender fit and is fully functional with two front pockets and buttons on the cuffs. And while you’re trying to make that out in the fantastic picture provided, note the other details: the rotated pockets and the buttoned collar. Clear to you now?  Didn’t think so, but these are all things to be expected of a fantastically different yet versatile shirt. The length of the shirt is short and for good reason kind sir- how ridiculous would you look with this tucked in? You can find this Creep shirt amongst others at Commonwealth or through other stockists found via the Creep website.
The Zub ZenV is one of the few that are two-toned albeit not the most radical.

Zachary Prell

Posted in Fashion by Chris on August 10, 2010
Apparently Zachary Prell is a dude who makes shirts. Not any old shirt though, he makes an honest to goodness good fitting shirt. You wont find Ed Hardy puking on these shirts, nor will you find a shirt cut to fit a man with a “I’m in a World of Warcraft Guild” gut. These Zachary Prell button-ups are form fitting and sport clean fabric patterns. The shoulders and arms provide enough space for fluid motion while maintaining a streamlined design. The shirts are relatively light weight and run a bit short, as they are made to be worn casually. Not only does Zack make dress shirts, you can find short sleeve button-ups, short sleeve polos, and long sleeve polos on the Zachary Prell website. What can I say, he’s got an ongoing affair with collars.  My choice was the “Richard” (the shirt, not the dude).  You can find more styles either at the online store or at your local shopping mall Nordstrom.
The Zub ZenV is one of the few that are two-toned albeit not the most radical.