My Favorite Clothing Color Combo of All Time

In my last article, I talked about the major style mistakes that I have made in the past. Part of the reason that I wrote that article was to humble myself a little bit because I planned on writing more about style on this website and that meant that I would be talking about what… Continue reading My Favorite Clothing Color Combo of All Time

How Not to Dress Well: Learning From my Past Style Mistakes

As much as I love learning, discussing, writing, and obsessing about the quality and craftsmanship of the clothing that I wear, the whole point is to wear it, right? While many of us Amekaji weirdos do care a lot about the quality of our clothing and how it ages, we also care about how our… Continue reading How Not to Dress Well: Learning From my Past Style Mistakes

Why do People Like Double Denim?

I do not like double denim. I wish I did, though. I wish I loved Canadian tuxedos. It would make my life a lot easier. Being a part of the raw denim/heritage menswear community means that I am constantly surrounded by people wearing indigo suits. It very often feels weird to be such an odd… Continue reading Why do People Like Double Denim?

Fit Feature 2: Why You Should Own a Pair of Red (or any uniquely- colored) Jeans

Something that I have carried along with me throughout my journey through clothing and style is my love of burgundy. Ever since I started caring about the clothes I wear, I have owned at least one pair of dark red or burgundy trousers. While not a totally uncommon color in more mainstream styles of clothing… Continue reading Fit Feature 2: Why You Should Own a Pair of Red (or any uniquely- colored) Jeans

Fit Feature 1: The Basics

Now that I've gotten my ranty little introduction out of the way, it is now time to actually start this series. I will be kicking things off with what is my favorite and most worn outfit. Unsurprisingly, it is a fairly simple and straightforward set of clothing as the ingredients are a pair of jeans,… Continue reading Fit Feature 1: The Basics