Wednesday, October 15, 2008

I Am Not Your Friend in the Morning

Did you miss me?

I'm up at the crack of dawn to blog. I've decided it's the only way to do it while juggling a full-time job, some semblance of a social life, and miscellaneous responsibilities. Anyway, please forgive my speaking of the English while I test out this new method. I'm not the most highly-functioning of beings at this hour, as anyone who has had the misfortune of waking up next to me can attest. You should feel lucky that you're safely situated behind the protective cover of your computer screen, and not one of the poor souls who has had to decipher my early morning mumblespeak, or been maimed by a wayward hanger in my mad scramble to get ready.

Anyway, I hate to do this to you boys, but your morning delight will come from Oak (again). Their buyer is just so spot-on with his/her picks this season, and if you're as pressed for time as I am these days, why bother looking elsewhere? The prices may get you, but time = money. As they say, it's cost-per-wear, so you just better make sure you wear the heck out of it.

Idol Radec's perfectly striped, raglan-sleeved Jack Sweater is sure to become something you reach for on bleary eyed mornings when it hurts to make wardrobe decisions. Here's hoping you'll also be sleepy enough to overlook the $252 price tag.

Kicking Mule's 1980 Fit Jean is the way to go if you didn't get enough sleep last night and skinny jeans require too much effort to pull on. $275.

The Asymmetrical Zip Hoodie (also from Shades of Greige) features a snug fit that'll keep you toasty all the way to the subway. $168.

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  1. love 'm!
    (..and yeah, missed you..)

  2. I can't get over the attire at Oak. The buyers from that store have such a sharp eye for clothing.