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It’s past mid-March, why the f*ck is it still this cold in NY? 

We once again apologize for the lack of posts, but we have real excuses this time.  Not only has it been too cold to venture outside, we’ve sort of been a victim of Tony’s success, with his modeling gigs on the West Coast limiting his NY time.  We’ve got to talk about your priorities Tony.  I mean, you’d rather shoot for this blog than for Levi’s right?  Riiight??? NO, that’s not a rhetorical question Tony.  And yes, we will pay you.  In tater tots.

Suit, shirt and sweater from J.Crew.

Watch from eone. See their kickstarter campaign.

Pocket square from Ampere. Btw, they make lingerie too.  Tony will be modeling that next. 

Eyewear from Oliver Peoples.

FAQ

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Ok, we’re back.  Sort of.  I know all four of you fans have some questions.  So here are some answers:

Is this blog dead?

No

Is Tony dead?

No

Are you dead?

No. 

Then why the f*ck have you not posted anything in months?

RAFO. Just kidding.  If you didn’t need to look up RAFO, put down that 1,200 page fantasy book and get some sun.  But before you do, read this: Rothfuss > Jordan.  Oh yeah, I went there. 

What? I still haven’t answered the question?  Fine. It’s because Tony has been TOO DAMN BUSY.  I’ve seen Tony once in the last 4 months. 

So what has Tony been up to?

What has Tony not been up to?  No, he hasn’t killed any baby seals.  But if you haven’t seen his not-so-ugly mug gracing the website of damn near every company that sells menswear, you need to stop shopping at Old Navy and donate those khakis to me.  Consider a move up to the Gap, where incidentally, is where you’ll likely see Tony next.  And throw away those JCPenny jeans your mom got you.  Yeah, the pair with the pleats. 

What’s the deal with Old Navy khakis?

Because they’re awesome.  But I’ve moved on.  I’ve got my eye on these.

You guys need to post more.

That’s not a f*@&ing question.  Go back to your fantasy book.

What’s Tony wearing in those photos?

What, you don’t recognize the clothes from previous posts?  Good.  And we were worried about repeats.   Shirt from Zara (I think, but it’s probably a good guess).  Vest from Ernest Alexander. 

Yellow Pants?

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And we’re back!  It’s been an insanely busy summer for yours truly, so any sartorial adventures have been put on hold.   And by sartorial adventures, I mean doing laundry and not wearing the same pair of cargo shorts and sandals every day.  Tony on the other hand, has been slacking off like crazy, as we haven’t seen him in the office much recently.  We called him out on it and he claimed it had to do with his modeling career taking off and started dropping names like a high-end mall directory.  Hell, even I’ve heard of these names.  If Tony is to believed, he’s been busy not working at the office and doing photoshoots for Theory, Club Monaco, Gilt, and the of star of every wantrepreneur’s wet dream, Warby Parker.  Shit, Tony, I hope you got some free stuff from all those fancy companies. 

Today’s outfit is 100% from Zara, down to the little rope thingy that serves no function I can discern. Probably some new organic hipster version of the wallet chain.  Shoes from Coach

Diamonds

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Diamonds (on your cardigan) are a mans best friend.  Blue laces on your Timberlands for the win. 

Shirt from Uniqlo. Jeans from Ernest Alexander.  Diamond-pattern cardigan of unknown provenance, likely a street stall in Korea.  Seriously.  

Hot Pink Nikes

And for something completely different, let it be known that Tony coordinates his shit even when playing basketball.  Note the hot pink Nike shoes, Nike tee and  black & red Nike shorts and backback. 

Black & Yellow. Socks.

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If I ever needed more evidence that I don’t understand fashion, Tony’s outfit today just cemented that fact with his combination of linen shorts, bright yellow socks, and Timberland boots (all accessorized with a pair of haven’t-seen-the-sun-all-winter legs).  That said, I’ll wager that Tony’s understanding of the weather report is on par with my grasp of fashion, because dude, it’s COLD out Tony.  Who wears shorts on a wet & windy day?  And if you’re going to wear shorts, where are the cargo pockets?


Tony’s shirt from JCrew Factory, broken watch from somewhere (though I’d check out the Timex Weekender if you like that style), and shorts from Zara. 

Red Velvet

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Happy Monday! Flip Flop Fighters, I’m still awaiting that invitation to the LAN party. 

Tony is crushing it today in a red velvet blazer.  Yes, I repeat, a red, velvet, blazer.  The only red velvet I go near is covered in cream cheese frosting and eaten for breakfast (of champions!).  Yes, I’m a fatass.  Is fat ass two words or one?  

Oh, just FYI, the fashion police’s less-stylish and doubly anal retentive cousin, aka the grammar police, let me know I’m not supposed to use two spaces after each period.  Too bad.  It’s not my fault I grew up in an era of monospaced fonts and was taught to type by Mavis Beacon.  My thumb just doesn’t know how to single space at the end of a sentence.  It’s like asking a stoner to take just one hit out of his bong and asking Tony to drink just one Vita Coca a day.  Sorry folks, it just ain’t happening.

Er.. where were we?  Right, Tony lookin’ all dapper in his Zara blazer & shirt.  Tie from Ernest Alexander.  Shit, you’d think Zara and Ernest were sponsoring him (which they’re not). Tony, you need to get on that.

Today’s edition should really be titled the Shit Geeks Wear.  The above pictures are fan submissions from an unnamed video game development firm.  Wait, we have fans other than Tony’s mom? 
Inspired by our very own Tony, a fashion-forward and intrepid individual at the company has banished the cargo short and flip-flop faction to the basement and instituted “Fashion Fridays” in a herculean effort to raise the overall level of steez at the office.  The battle for control was waged mano-a-mano, Mortal Kombat style, sans the fatalities.  We hear that after many failed attempts, Fashion Fridays had to be pitched as a kind of fashion-oriented LARPing in order to get full participation.  We also hear someone just skimmed the memo and showed up as the Master Chief. 
So with that, I present to you a collection of the best-dressed geeks in the game development world.  Guys, I expect an invitation to the next LAN party.  I promise to leave the cargo shorts and birkenstocks at home.
*update*  - The geeks have started their own blog, with the stated goal of “Learn what jumpers, chinos and snoods are”.  Check it out here! Today’s edition should really be titled the Shit Geeks Wear.  The above pictures are fan submissions from an unnamed video game development firm.  Wait, we have fans other than Tony’s mom? 
Inspired by our very own Tony, a fashion-forward and intrepid individual at the company has banished the cargo short and flip-flop faction to the basement and instituted “Fashion Fridays” in a herculean effort to raise the overall level of steez at the office.  The battle for control was waged mano-a-mano, Mortal Kombat style, sans the fatalities.  We hear that after many failed attempts, Fashion Fridays had to be pitched as a kind of fashion-oriented LARPing in order to get full participation.  We also hear someone just skimmed the memo and showed up as the Master Chief. 
So with that, I present to you a collection of the best-dressed geeks in the game development world.  Guys, I expect an invitation to the next LAN party.  I promise to leave the cargo shorts and birkenstocks at home.
*update*  - The geeks have started their own blog, with the stated goal of “Learn what jumpers, chinos and snoods are”.  Check it out here! Today’s edition should really be titled the Shit Geeks Wear.  The above pictures are fan submissions from an unnamed video game development firm.  Wait, we have fans other than Tony’s mom? 
Inspired by our very own Tony, a fashion-forward and intrepid individual at the company has banished the cargo short and flip-flop faction to the basement and instituted “Fashion Fridays” in a herculean effort to raise the overall level of steez at the office.  The battle for control was waged mano-a-mano, Mortal Kombat style, sans the fatalities.  We hear that after many failed attempts, Fashion Fridays had to be pitched as a kind of fashion-oriented LARPing in order to get full participation.  We also hear someone just skimmed the memo and showed up as the Master Chief. 
So with that, I present to you a collection of the best-dressed geeks in the game development world.  Guys, I expect an invitation to the next LAN party.  I promise to leave the cargo shorts and birkenstocks at home.
*update*  - The geeks have started their own blog, with the stated goal of “Learn what jumpers, chinos and snoods are”.  Check it out here! Today’s edition should really be titled the Shit Geeks Wear.  The above pictures are fan submissions from an unnamed video game development firm.  Wait, we have fans other than Tony’s mom? 
Inspired by our very own Tony, a fashion-forward and intrepid individual at the company has banished the cargo short and flip-flop faction to the basement and instituted “Fashion Fridays” in a herculean effort to raise the overall level of steez at the office.  The battle for control was waged mano-a-mano, Mortal Kombat style, sans the fatalities.  We hear that after many failed attempts, Fashion Fridays had to be pitched as a kind of fashion-oriented LARPing in order to get full participation.  We also hear someone just skimmed the memo and showed up as the Master Chief. 
So with that, I present to you a collection of the best-dressed geeks in the game development world.  Guys, I expect an invitation to the next LAN party.  I promise to leave the cargo shorts and birkenstocks at home.
*update*  - The geeks have started their own blog, with the stated goal of “Learn what jumpers, chinos and snoods are”.  Check it out here!

Today’s edition should really be titled the Shit Geeks Wear.  The above pictures are fan submissions from an unnamed video game development firm.  Wait, we have fans other than Tony’s mom? 

Inspired by our very own Tony, a fashion-forward and intrepid individual at the company has banished the cargo short and flip-flop faction to the basement and instituted “Fashion Fridays” in a herculean effort to raise the overall level of steez at the office.  The battle for control was waged mano-a-mano, Mortal Kombat style, sans the fatalities.  We hear that after many failed attempts, Fashion Fridays had to be pitched as a kind of fashion-oriented LARPing in order to get full participation.  We also hear someone just skimmed the memo and showed up as the Master Chief

So with that, I present to you a collection of the best-dressed geeks in the game development world.  Guys, I expect an invitation to the next LAN party.  I promise to leave the cargo shorts and birkenstocks at home.


*update*  - The geeks have started their own blog, with the stated goal of “Learn what jumpers, chinos and snoods are”.  Check it out here!

Was it dress like a sailor day?  ‘Cuz Tony totally came in today looking like a Greek fisherman.  Do Greek fisherman also drink Vita Coco instead of Gatorade after a long day’s work?  Do they even have coconuts in Greece? I must google that. They must also put their iPad minis in fancy sleeves from fancy designers, because you gotta protect that tablet since you’re using it to uh… find fish and navigate and stuff.  
Turtleneck from Zara, iPad sleeve from Ernest Alexander.   Vest from a street vendor in Taiwan, hat from Brixton.  Anybody else notice Tony wears a lot of stuff from brands with two first names?  Ernest Alexander, Steven Alan, Warby Parker? That must be the secret.

Was it dress like a sailor day?  ‘Cuz Tony totally came in today looking like a Greek fisherman.  Do Greek fisherman also drink Vita Coco instead of Gatorade after a long day’s work?  Do they even have coconuts in Greece? I must google that. They must also put their iPad minis in fancy sleeves from fancy designers, because you gotta protect that tablet since you’re using it to uh… find fish and navigate and stuff.  
Turtleneck from Zara, iPad sleeve from Ernest Alexander.   Vest from a street vendor in Taiwan, hat from Brixton.  Anybody else notice Tony wears a lot of stuff from brands with two first names?  Ernest Alexander, Steven Alan, Warby Parker? That must be the secret.

Was it dress like a sailor day?  ‘Cuz Tony totally came in today looking like a Greek fisherman.  Do Greek fisherman also drink Vita Coco instead of Gatorade after a long day’s work?  Do they even have coconuts in Greece? I must google that. They must also put their iPad minis in fancy sleeves from fancy designers, because you gotta protect that tablet since you’re using it to uh… find fish and navigate and stuff.  
Turtleneck from Zara, iPad sleeve from Ernest Alexander.   Vest from a street vendor in Taiwan, hat from Brixton.  Anybody else notice Tony wears a lot of stuff from brands with two first names?  Ernest Alexander, Steven Alan, Warby Parker? That must be the secret.

Was it dress like a sailor day?  ‘Cuz Tony totally came in today looking like a Greek fisherman.  Do Greek fisherman also drink Vita Coco instead of Gatorade after a long day’s work?  Do they even have coconuts in Greece? I must google that. They must also put their iPad minis in fancy sleeves from fancy designers, because you gotta protect that tablet since you’re using it to uh… find fish and navigate and stuff.  
Turtleneck from Zara, iPad sleeve from Ernest Alexander.   Vest from a street vendor in Taiwan, hat from Brixton.  Anybody else notice Tony wears a lot of stuff from brands with two first names?  Ernest Alexander, Steven Alan, Warby Parker? That must be the secret.

Was it dress like a sailor day?  ‘Cuz Tony totally came in today looking like a Greek fisherman.  Do Greek fisherman also drink Vita Coco instead of Gatorade after a long day’s work?  Do they even have coconuts in Greece? I must google that. They must also put their iPad minis in fancy sleeves from fancy designers, because you gotta protect that tablet since you’re using it to uh… find fish and navigate and stuff.  
Turtleneck from Zara, iPad sleeve from Ernest Alexander.   Vest from a street vendor in Taiwan, hat from Brixton.  Anybody else notice Tony wears a lot of stuff from brands with two first names?  Ernest Alexander, Steven Alan, Warby Parker? That must be the secret.

Was it dress like a sailor day?  ‘Cuz Tony totally came in today looking like a Greek fisherman.  Do Greek fisherman also drink Vita Coco instead of Gatorade after a long day’s work?  Do they even have coconuts in Greece? I must google that. They must also put their iPad minis in fancy sleeves from fancy designers, because you gotta protect that tablet since you’re using it to uh… find fish and navigate and stuff.  
Turtleneck from Zara, iPad sleeve from Ernest Alexander.   Vest from a street vendor in Taiwan, hat from Brixton.  Anybody else notice Tony wears a lot of stuff from brands with two first names?  Ernest Alexander, Steven Alan, Warby Parker? That must be the secret.

Was it dress like a sailor day?  ‘Cuz Tony totally came in today looking like a Greek fisherman.  Do Greek fisherman also drink Vita Coco instead of Gatorade after a long day’s work?  Do they even have coconuts in Greece? I must google that. They must also put their iPad minis in fancy sleeves from fancy designers, because you gotta protect that tablet since you’re using it to uh… find fish and navigate and stuff.  
Turtleneck from Zara, iPad sleeve from Ernest Alexander.   Vest from a street vendor in Taiwan, hat from Brixton.  Anybody else notice Tony wears a lot of stuff from brands with two first names?  Ernest Alexander, Steven Alan, Warby Parker? That must be the secret.

Was it dress like a sailor day?  ‘Cuz Tony totally came in today looking like a Greek fisherman.  Do Greek fisherman also drink Vita Coco instead of Gatorade after a long day’s work?  Do they even have coconuts in Greece? I must google that. They must also put their iPad minis in fancy sleeves from fancy designers, because you gotta protect that tablet since you’re using it to uh… find fish and navigate and stuff.  

Turtleneck from Zara, iPad sleeve from Ernest Alexander.   Vest from a street vendor in Taiwan, hat from Brixton.  Anybody else notice Tony wears a lot of stuff from brands with two first names?  Ernest Alexander, Steven Alan, Warby Parker? That must be the secret.

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The haters at the office (ok, just me) have started to wonder if Tony could manage a look other than his usual fancy blazer + waistcoat + tie + pocket square combo.  So we were all rather surprised when Tony strolled in yesterday looking all casual in a blue western shirt on top of day-glo blue jeans accompanied by a star necklace (really?), and a ginormous watch.  Oh, and Taiwanese army-issue combat boots.  The shit this guy wears sometimes.  I didn’t know it was was it kosher to mix two shades of blue.  Actually, I didn’t know it was kosher to wear day-glo blue, period.   Does that mean I can pair my favorite pair of dress pants with my photo vest?  They’re the same color, no? 

If you’re bold enough to cop Tony’s style, you can find his shirt at Zara, day-glo pants from H&M, and hubcap watch from Diesel.  FWIW, I like my Casio Databank better.  Oh, and those sexy shades are from Warby Parker

Aaaand we’re back.  Or rather, Tony’s back from a month in Taiwan. Evidently one month was enough for him to revert back to his pop star grooming habits.  Seriously Tony, what’s with the Edward Scissorhands look? Anyhow, today’s post is all about Tony’s newly acquired man-purse, murse, man-bag, whatever.  Evidently they’re quite the rage right now.  I don’t get it though.  Everything I need fits neatly in my cargo pockets.  I can even stick a sandwich in there for when I get hungry.
Varick Carryall bag from Ernest Alexander, shirt from J.Crew. Pocket square from Steven Alan. Hairdo from this guy. Aaaand we’re back.  Or rather, Tony’s back from a month in Taiwan. Evidently one month was enough for him to revert back to his pop star grooming habits.  Seriously Tony, what’s with the Edward Scissorhands look? Anyhow, today’s post is all about Tony’s newly acquired man-purse, murse, man-bag, whatever.  Evidently they’re quite the rage right now.  I don’t get it though.  Everything I need fits neatly in my cargo pockets.  I can even stick a sandwich in there for when I get hungry.
Varick Carryall bag from Ernest Alexander, shirt from J.Crew. Pocket square from Steven Alan. Hairdo from this guy. Aaaand we’re back.  Or rather, Tony’s back from a month in Taiwan. Evidently one month was enough for him to revert back to his pop star grooming habits.  Seriously Tony, what’s with the Edward Scissorhands look? Anyhow, today’s post is all about Tony’s newly acquired man-purse, murse, man-bag, whatever.  Evidently they’re quite the rage right now.  I don’t get it though.  Everything I need fits neatly in my cargo pockets.  I can even stick a sandwich in there for when I get hungry.
Varick Carryall bag from Ernest Alexander, shirt from J.Crew. Pocket square from Steven Alan. Hairdo from this guy. Aaaand we’re back.  Or rather, Tony’s back from a month in Taiwan. Evidently one month was enough for him to revert back to his pop star grooming habits.  Seriously Tony, what’s with the Edward Scissorhands look? Anyhow, today’s post is all about Tony’s newly acquired man-purse, murse, man-bag, whatever.  Evidently they’re quite the rage right now.  I don’t get it though.  Everything I need fits neatly in my cargo pockets.  I can even stick a sandwich in there for when I get hungry.
Varick Carryall bag from Ernest Alexander, shirt from J.Crew. Pocket square from Steven Alan. Hairdo from this guy.

Aaaand we’re back.  Or rather, Tony’s back from a month in Taiwan. Evidently one month was enough for him to revert back to his pop star grooming habits.  Seriously Tony, what’s with the Edward Scissorhands look? Anyhow, today’s post is all about Tony’s newly acquired man-purse, murse, man-bag, whatever.  Evidently they’re quite the rage right now.  I don’t get it though.  Everything I need fits neatly in my cargo pockets.  I can even stick a sandwich in there for when I get hungry.

Varick Carryall bag from Ernest Alexander, shirt from J.Crew. Pocket square from Steven Alan. Hairdo from this guy.

Yes, I know all 3 of you fans have been awaiting this post with bated breath, so please accept our (in)sincere apologies for the wait.  I’ve been busy trying to find my cargo shorts now that it’s officially spring.  Cargo shorts are still in fashion right?  They go great with my photo vest. 
Tony sporting an Ernest Alexander vest /waistcoat / whatever & pocket square, H&M tie, and Timberland boots. Yes, I know all 3 of you fans have been awaiting this post with bated breath, so please accept our (in)sincere apologies for the wait.  I’ve been busy trying to find my cargo shorts now that it’s officially spring.  Cargo shorts are still in fashion right?  They go great with my photo vest. 
Tony sporting an Ernest Alexander vest /waistcoat / whatever & pocket square, H&M tie, and Timberland boots. Yes, I know all 3 of you fans have been awaiting this post with bated breath, so please accept our (in)sincere apologies for the wait.  I’ve been busy trying to find my cargo shorts now that it’s officially spring.  Cargo shorts are still in fashion right?  They go great with my photo vest. 
Tony sporting an Ernest Alexander vest /waistcoat / whatever & pocket square, H&M tie, and Timberland boots.

Yes, I know all 3 of you fans have been awaiting this post with bated breath, so please accept our (in)sincere apologies for the wait.  I’ve been busy trying to find my cargo shorts now that it’s officially spring.  Cargo shorts are still in fashion right?  They go great with my photo vest

Tony sporting an Ernest Alexander vest /waistcoat / whatever & pocket square, H&M tie, and Timberland boots.

Tony walked into the office yesterday looking like Christmas was a-coming, sporting a bright cherry-red beacon of a sweater that would make Rudolph green with envy.  I didn’t know it was okay to wear red outside  the last two weeks of December (or during Chinese New Year).  I totally saw that sweater on the clearance rack at Target when I was suit shopping.  Anyhow, while Tony is Chinese-Taiwanese, it’s a month past the Chinese new year and Santa is well into his annual 11-month vacation. Actually, Tony claims to “remember” seeing Santa in Denver self-medicating his post-Christmas arthritis.
In case you want the non-Target version of that sweater, you can find it at Zara, along with the blazer, shoes, and purse.  Yesterday was evidently Zara day and I didn’t get the memo (I never do).
Oh, some of you questioned that Tony actually eats like shit.  Sorry, but this dude literally eats Chipotle 3x a week. Tony walked into the office yesterday looking like Christmas was a-coming, sporting a bright cherry-red beacon of a sweater that would make Rudolph green with envy.  I didn’t know it was okay to wear red outside  the last two weeks of December (or during Chinese New Year).  I totally saw that sweater on the clearance rack at Target when I was suit shopping.  Anyhow, while Tony is Chinese-Taiwanese, it’s a month past the Chinese new year and Santa is well into his annual 11-month vacation. Actually, Tony claims to “remember” seeing Santa in Denver self-medicating his post-Christmas arthritis.
In case you want the non-Target version of that sweater, you can find it at Zara, along with the blazer, shoes, and purse.  Yesterday was evidently Zara day and I didn’t get the memo (I never do).
Oh, some of you questioned that Tony actually eats like shit.  Sorry, but this dude literally eats Chipotle 3x a week. Tony walked into the office yesterday looking like Christmas was a-coming, sporting a bright cherry-red beacon of a sweater that would make Rudolph green with envy.  I didn’t know it was okay to wear red outside  the last two weeks of December (or during Chinese New Year).  I totally saw that sweater on the clearance rack at Target when I was suit shopping.  Anyhow, while Tony is Chinese-Taiwanese, it’s a month past the Chinese new year and Santa is well into his annual 11-month vacation. Actually, Tony claims to “remember” seeing Santa in Denver self-medicating his post-Christmas arthritis.
In case you want the non-Target version of that sweater, you can find it at Zara, along with the blazer, shoes, and purse.  Yesterday was evidently Zara day and I didn’t get the memo (I never do).
Oh, some of you questioned that Tony actually eats like shit.  Sorry, but this dude literally eats Chipotle 3x a week. Tony walked into the office yesterday looking like Christmas was a-coming, sporting a bright cherry-red beacon of a sweater that would make Rudolph green with envy.  I didn’t know it was okay to wear red outside  the last two weeks of December (or during Chinese New Year).  I totally saw that sweater on the clearance rack at Target when I was suit shopping.  Anyhow, while Tony is Chinese-Taiwanese, it’s a month past the Chinese new year and Santa is well into his annual 11-month vacation. Actually, Tony claims to “remember” seeing Santa in Denver self-medicating his post-Christmas arthritis.
In case you want the non-Target version of that sweater, you can find it at Zara, along with the blazer, shoes, and purse.  Yesterday was evidently Zara day and I didn’t get the memo (I never do).
Oh, some of you questioned that Tony actually eats like shit.  Sorry, but this dude literally eats Chipotle 3x a week.

Tony walked into the office yesterday looking like Christmas was a-coming, sporting a bright cherry-red beacon of a sweater that would make Rudolph green with envy.  I didn’t know it was okay to wear red outside  the last two weeks of December (or during Chinese New Year).  I totally saw that sweater on the clearance rack at Target when I was suit shopping.  Anyhow, while Tony is Chinese-Taiwanese, it’s a month past the Chinese new year and Santa is well into his annual 11-month vacation. Actually, Tony claims to “remember” seeing Santa in Denver self-medicating his post-Christmas arthritis.

In case you want the non-Target version of that sweater, you can find it at Zara, along with the blazer, shoes, and purse.  Yesterday was evidently Zara day and I didn’t get the memo (I never do).

Oh, some of you questioned that Tony actually eats like shit.  Sorry, but this dude literally eats Chipotle 3x a week.

Aaaand we’re back!  Or rather, Tony’s back from a week in Colorado, where he evidently couldn’t get over just how high Denver was.  We’d tell you more about what he was up to but that’s all Tony can remember.
Have we mentioned that Tony appears to have won the equivalent of a genetic lottery?  And that we sort of resent him for it? Not only is Tony a good-looking 6’2” Asian dude but he eats like this guy and still fits into his skinny jeans.  Seriously, click on the photo of his desk.  Meanwhile the rest of this office is watching our carb intake and constantly buying a size up in our Old Navy khakis. Oh and to add insult to injury, Tony is straight. The least the asshole could have done is fish in another pond so the rest of the office (mostly straight and male) has a chance.  
Jacket by Zara, shirt by Ernest Alexander, hanky pocket square by J.Crew, Glasses by Oliver Peoples.   Aaaand we’re back!  Or rather, Tony’s back from a week in Colorado, where he evidently couldn’t get over just how high Denver was.  We’d tell you more about what he was up to but that’s all Tony can remember.
Have we mentioned that Tony appears to have won the equivalent of a genetic lottery?  And that we sort of resent him for it? Not only is Tony a good-looking 6’2” Asian dude but he eats like this guy and still fits into his skinny jeans.  Seriously, click on the photo of his desk.  Meanwhile the rest of this office is watching our carb intake and constantly buying a size up in our Old Navy khakis. Oh and to add insult to injury, Tony is straight. The least the asshole could have done is fish in another pond so the rest of the office (mostly straight and male) has a chance.  
Jacket by Zara, shirt by Ernest Alexander, hanky pocket square by J.Crew, Glasses by Oliver Peoples.   Aaaand we’re back!  Or rather, Tony’s back from a week in Colorado, where he evidently couldn’t get over just how high Denver was.  We’d tell you more about what he was up to but that’s all Tony can remember.
Have we mentioned that Tony appears to have won the equivalent of a genetic lottery?  And that we sort of resent him for it? Not only is Tony a good-looking 6’2” Asian dude but he eats like this guy and still fits into his skinny jeans.  Seriously, click on the photo of his desk.  Meanwhile the rest of this office is watching our carb intake and constantly buying a size up in our Old Navy khakis. Oh and to add insult to injury, Tony is straight. The least the asshole could have done is fish in another pond so the rest of the office (mostly straight and male) has a chance.  
Jacket by Zara, shirt by Ernest Alexander, hanky pocket square by J.Crew, Glasses by Oliver Peoples.  

Aaaand we’re back!  Or rather, Tony’s back from a week in Colorado, where he evidently couldn’t get over just how high Denver was.  We’d tell you more about what he was up to but that’s all Tony can remember.

Have we mentioned that Tony appears to have won the equivalent of a genetic lottery?  And that we sort of resent him for it? Not only is Tony a good-looking 6’2” Asian dude but he eats like this guy and still fits into his skinny jeans.  Seriously, click on the photo of his desk.  Meanwhile the rest of this office is watching our carb intake and constantly buying a size up in our Old Navy khakis. Oh and to add insult to injury, Tony is straight. The least the asshole could have done is fish in another pond so the rest of the office (mostly straight and male) has a chance.  

Jacket by Zara, shirt by Ernest Alexander, hanky pocket square by J.Crew, Glasses by Oliver Peoples.  

Tony posing like a boss in a Yves Saint Laurent “waistcoat”. Btw, WTF is a waistcoat? Looks like a vest to me.  Don’t ask me to pronounce Yves Saint Laurent either.  Shirt from Uniqlo J Brand. No, regular Uniqlo isn’t good enough for Tony, especially after he walked that guy Michael Bastian’s runway show.