Indefinite Outfits: Flannels and Stapled Jeans, 5th Avenue by Washington Square Park.

I was biking down 5th Avenue when I saw this guy walking down the street. I actually stopped, got off my bike, and approached him for his photograph. His color palette fits right in with that of Washington Sq. Park’s fall leaves and I love his use of layering. His chest tattoo is pretty cool too.

Travis Jacob. Photo taken with my iPhone 3GS.

Travis Jacob, 27, was walking down to meet a friend on the Bowery from Chelsea, where works at a company that produces fashion photo shoots.

It makes sense – Jacob’s got an innate sense of style, which is what initially caught my eye. I liked that he owned his outfit and walked with a particular swagger all his own.

You have to wear the outfit; it can’t wear you. Confidence is always the best accessory – that, or an American Apparel V-Neck. “I always wear one,” Jacob said, adding, “It’s a staple – every outfit should have one.” If you say so Travis Jacob. If you say so.

Jacket: Levi’s

Flannel: Woolrich

Shirt: American Apparel V-Neck

Jeans: Uniqlo (*note the stapled left thigh)

Shoes: G.H. Bass & Co.

Bag: Jack Spade “Warren Street” Messenger.

I forgot to ask him about the hat!

It’s a very Indefinite Transit outfit.

What do you guys think?



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