Yes, you can make white jeans work. But the real feature in this outfit isn't the jeans it's the Warby Parker Jennings Sunglasses that add a little flair with blue tinted frames.1. Shirt: Club Monaco Gitman BD Overdye Oxford ($180) 2. T-Shirt: Todd Snyder Striped Button Pocket Tee In Naval Blue ($95) 3. Chinos: J. Crew 770 Japanese Selvedge Jean In White ($193) 4. Bracelet: Bracelet: J. Crew x CAPUTO & CO. Hand-Braided Bracelet ($75) 5. Sunglasses: Warby Parker Jennings Sunglasses ($95) 6. Shoes: Vans For J. Crew Canvas Authentic Sneakers ($60) 7. Watch: Watch: Hamilton Khaki Field Automatic ($350)
If you know anything about the Netherlands, you know its people love their bikes. You'd be hard pressed to find someone who doesn't ride one on a daily basis. Which is why it's so odd there isn't an 100% Dutch-made bike. Epo is looking to change that with their Dutch-Made Epo Bicycle Concept ($TBA).The issue the Dutch are experiencing are much the same everywhere else, it's just cheaper to have the frames manufactured in other countries and import them. Bob Schiller for Epo believes that if you use different manufacturing techniques, you can lower the price point enough to make in-country manufacturing viable.By using inspiration from the automotive industry, they are using mold pressed metal/aluminum plates for the frames. These type of frames are light, structurally rigid, and can be massed produced in an automated process, reducing much of the cost.If Epo receives enough backing they'll start testing the frame for strength, stiffness and durability, and once ready start production in a few years' time.
The TPT Titanium Pocket Tool ($40) is an ultra low profile everyday multi-tool that has so many functions you'll be hard-pressed to think of another tool which could replace it. The TPT is made from durable stonewashed grade 5 titanium alloy and measures 3" long, 1" high, and .157" thick. It comes with a finger safe carry insert, which can be used as a box opener or even a stainless steel camping fork. This insert can be replaced with a standard utility blade if you wish. A complete listing of functions is below.
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The Ubuntu Edge ($830) isn't trying to be the next smartphone, it's trying to be the first Superphone. Just connect a monitor and the Ubuntu Edge will turn into an Ubuntu PC with Desk OS and access to all files allowing you to seamlessly transition between mobile and office. Ubuntu has thought through every detail and no effort or technology is wasted on any feature. Some features include the 4.5 inch screen which is the ideal size for your hand, a sapphire crystal screen that is so hard only a diamond can scratch it, a minimum of 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. With the addition of the dual-LTE chip you'll be able to get 4G access anywhere. Check out the other features on their Indiegogo campaign.
If you're looking for an inexpensive everyday watch check out this Restored 50s Military Wristwatch by Convoy Goods ($115-$120). It's a beautiful example of stylish simplicity at its best. There's not much of a description besides the watches having been recently serviced and fitted with new Nato G10 straps. Not sure if they're water resistant but for such a great price you really can't go wrong. Check out Convey's tumblr for additional inspirational photos.