March 13th, 2013


Paul helping dispel the myth that DC has no style


That dude on the left looks like a pretty #niceguy. 

Paul in Indochino, shot by Kate Warren.

Kind words, guys! Yep, here’s me sporting some Indochino shot by Kate Warren. Check out more here.

Reblogged from BREATHNAIGH
February 27th, 2013

DC Friends,

Indochino’s Traveling Tailor program is setting up shop in DC this Saturday. I definitely recommend you drop by 918 F St NW (Living Social’s event space) to check it out for yourself. As you may know, Indochino is the leader in the online made-to-measure suiting game, providing what I consider the best bang for your buck in terms of fit, quality, customization, customer service, and turnaround time. One of the big hurdles to entering the online tailoring race is the issue of your first fitting. Though Indochino does a great job of guiding you through the measurement process, there’s a good possibility that some level of alteration will be required in your first order. Never fear—they’ve got your back with a $75 credit towards any local tailoring performed on your new suit. The beauty of the Traveling Tailor program is that the self-measurement process is removed, resulting in a better initial fit and eliminating a major point of hesitation for first-time customers.

Okay—that’s all. I like their work, I wear their product regularly, and I will be popping in quite a few times next week, so hopefully I’ll see you there.

PS. Click-through on the image to book an appointment. Although walk-ins are definitely welcome, booking an appointment will get you a free shirt with your first suit. 

November 19th, 2012

This came out really awesome. 8 Vintage Holiday ‘12 video lookbook ftw. Classic menswear styling by yours truly, to make sure the women’s looks took center stage. 

Reblogged from The Ravenous Creator