American Trench Outfit #4. This outfit strives to keep it nice and light. The primary focal point are the white denim jeans from J. Crew. These are topped with a beautiful blue shirt from Todd Snyder and a Navy wool blazer.1. Trench: American Trench Coat in Khaki ($795) 2. Blazer: J. Crew Ludlow Legacy Blazer In American - Navy ($350) 3. Shirt: Todd Snyder Cotton Button-Down Collar Shirt In Light Blue ($158) 4. Chinos: J. Crew 770 Japanese Selvedge Jean In White ($193) 5. Shoes: Converse 70s All-Star in Mono White ($70) 6. Belt: J. Crew classic buckle belt ($45) 7. Sunglasses: Warby Parker Jennings Sunglasses ($95) 8. Bracelet: J. Crew x CAPUTO & CO. Hand-Braided Bracelet ($75)
The adidas Ultra Boost M ($175) is one of the best running shoes you can buy. They get their name from an incredible high rate of energy return provided by there Boost Technology foam midsole. The aforementioned midsole also gives you a grounded feel no matter the conditions. The shoe features a Primeknit upper with an external heel counter that flexes with every movement while locking you into the shoe for the snug sock-like feel. You also get a beautifully styled shoe that will go nicely with your favorite pair of joggers.
Courtesy of Jack Streat, the 18 year old LEGO guns maestro and YouTube sensation comes LEGO Heavy Weapons ($16), a fantastic collection of comprehensive building instructions to enable you to create 4 truly awesome 1:1-scale replicas of some of the most iconic firearms in the world. Thanks to this book you will be able to build LEGO brick based models of such cool weapons as a huge Desert Eagle handgun complete with working blow back action, and compact but oh so deadly AKS-74U assault rifle with folding stock. Every set of instructions includes a complete parts listing as well as giving you the chance to find or specially order those hard to find bricks. A great book for both LEGO and firearms enthusiasts.
While enjoying a brief stint as a receptionist for the magazine Town and Country in 1966, Linda McCartney managed to bag herself a press pass for an uber exclusive promotional event with the Rolling Stones on a yacht on the Hudson River. Her candid, fresh shots of the band were found to be way superior to those taken by the Stones' official photographer, and Linda was on her way to becoming one of top rock n' roll photographers in the world. She entered the record books in 1968 by becoming the first female photographer to have an image on the cover of Rolling Stone with her now iconic image of Eric Clapton. Linda Mccartney: Life In Photographs ($35) encapsulates the spirit of the real Linda and shows younger generations how she was way more than just the wife of a Beatle.
The Polar Ice Tray ($30) makes circular ice balls, for your favorite drinks. If you've never had your favorite scotch or bourbon over perfectly circular and clear ice, then you're missing out. Circular ice has less surface area than cubes, which enables it to melt slower, allowing you to enjoy your drink without that watered down taste. Clear ice just means all of the impurities have been removed, so their is nothing to ruin the taste of your expensive drink. The Polar Ice Tray crowdfunding campaign, currently on Kickstarter says it will create the perfect drink ice and do it in a simple process. Just fill up the silicone layer until the water flows out, freeze and soon you'll have the perfect 6 centimeter ice ball. If you want one, you need to hurry because their campaign is ending soon.
These new kicks by adidas, just make me want the soft glow of the summer sun all that much more. The adidas Originals EQT Running Support '93 Bright Yellow ($166). Just like the latest in the EQT line you'll immediately notice the different textures in the upper. The toe box is made from a nubuck leather, while the heel and side panels are made from a textile material. The adidas stripes are carried down into the sole which makes for a great visual effect. You'll want to pair these bad boys with your favorite joggers, so you're sure to show them off.