Butch Style

Shetland Sweater
December 1, 2010, 11:40 am
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How warm does this look? It’s like a turtleneck that isn’t stupid. I want to wear one and curl up next to a campfire somewhere.

$80 from Zara


November 29, 2010, 3:40 pm
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Are your walls empty? Do people walk into your house/apartment/van down by the river and get sad because it looks like you just moved in? Go get some art! 20×200 has limited run prints by a variety of up-and-coming artists. There’s some pretty great stuff for not too much money.

$20 for 8″x10″ prints from 20×200

Johnny Cash Calavera Shirt
November 23, 2010, 5:35 pm
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A tribute to this guy. And this guy. But seriously, all of the art in this store is fucking fantastic.

$17 from MisNopalesArt’s Etsy store

Skagen Steel Watch
November 15, 2010, 12:29 pm
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If you need a nice watch to wear to work/dinner/the ball but you don’t want to spend like a million dollars, Skagen has some nice entry-priced watches that still look really good. My favorite is this one, complete with day of week, date, and month dials.

$145 from Skagen

African Floral Lantern
November 12, 2010, 10:39 am
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Here’s a fantastic flat-pack lantern with a custom floral design, created by a fabrication shop in Austin. Why is Austin so freaking full of talented people?

$45 from Curious Customs


Butch Clothing Company Fittings
November 12, 2010, 10:24 am
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Maybe you remember the Butch Clothing Company from an interview with the owner a while back? Well, if you got excited about it like I did and then realized that you live somewhere on the west side of the Atlantic, I’ve got good news for you. They’ll be in NYC from January 21 thru the 25th holding fittings and consultations. For more infoor to sign yourself right up, emailĀ shaz@thebutchclothingcompany.com.

Leather Belt
November 8, 2010, 11:33 am
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There’s a reason it’s called Patagucci. It’s expensive and pretty.

$75 from Patagonia