The Pantalones
June 23, 2014
East Dane x The Pantalones Gift Card Giveaway


I hear the best things in life are free, but unfortunately that bit of wisdom doesn’t really apply to clothing. However, the folks over at East Dane and yours truly wanted to give you a little help with picking up that summer jawn you’ve been dreaming about. They supplied me with three $50.00 gift cards to give to you guys, and it’ll take about sixty seconds to enter to win one of them. 

Firstly, if you guys aren’t familiar with the company, East Dane is an online retailer (a subsidiary of Amazon) that stocks higher quality menswear brands. You can find pieces from Gant by Michael Bastian, Aspesi, Glanshirt, Miansai, Mismo, Public School, Oliver Peoples, and a slew of other gnarly labels you’ll be familiar with. 

So this is what you need to do to enter:

  • Go to the East Dane "Designers Page" 
  • Pick your favorite brand or label and reblog this post with their name typed in the body
  • That’s it.

Winners will be picked at noon on Friday, and I’ll send whomever wins a code for a fifty dollar discount. I’ll be selecting two winners from Tumblr randomly, and one via Instagram. Follow me on Instagram here. You can enter both competitions.

Good luck and pray to you jawn gawd for good fortune. 

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August 4, 2012
From the feature on Urban Field Notes.
Just southwest of Rittenhouse Square.

From the feature on Urban Field Notes.

Just southwest of Rittenhouse Square.

August 2, 2012

Just snagged these from Herring Shoes, hopefully it was a good cop.

I need a new pair of lace-ups, and I am in absolutely no kind of situation where I can drop a lot of money on basically anything. I was happy to find these suede wingtips from Herring (go ahead #menswear, lecture me/make your comments on quality and criticize me for not buying bespoke Edward Green or whatever - I’M JUST A DUDE GOING THROUGH FINANCIAL STUDENT STRUGGLES). Herring shoes are made by Loake, and this pair is fully leather-lined, goodyear welted, and cost me $150 (on sale) shipped. Anxiously awaiting their arrival.

July 31, 2012
Any followers from Seattle or Vancouver?

I will be all up in your area next week.

What are some good stores/restaurants/chill spots/not chill spots to hit?

Looking for some quality recommendations.

Hope everyone is doing well.

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July 25, 2012

Blazer shots from brunch/(capsule) day 1.

Yours truly / Chris (L) / Alex (R) / Jeff 

Shot by the dude Jake.

July 18, 2012

Now mine: Hackett London 100% cotton button-up

I got my Hackett button-up in the mail today, and it is absolutely incredible. 

The cotton fabric is perfect, featuring a subtle polka dot. You could call the fabric denim, but it’s so soft and light that I’m not going to. The cut-away collar is beautiful; it lays perfectly. The cuffs are a little different than my preferred cuff, but killer just the same. The construction is also exactly what you would expect from Mr. Hackett.

The details make this shirt though. The last button is stitched with a nice contrasting red thread, giving it a little life that only you know exists. The feature I was most excited by was the little slit shown below the two extra buttons. You know what that is? That slit holds your collar stays if you want to take them out of your collar, or just want to carry an extra pair. Yeah.

This shirt is absolutely luxe, in every sense of the word.

July 15, 2012
What are

your three favorite articles of clothing that you own? 

Personal grails, if you will.

I want details and stuff.

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July 13, 2012


100% Cotton Cut-away from Hackett

I’ve been looking for this exact shirt (at the right price) for the past month.

Price was more than on-point, the fit seems like it should be too, and the dots are perfectly subtle.

This is a no-tie shirt, but I’m very excited for this to arrive.

July 10, 2012
Aldous Huxtable: And now, a word from Killer.



(One of my best friends is a freak of nature. He got a perfect score on the GMAT, almost did it on the MCAT and is now an orthopedic surgeon at the Mayo Clinic. Dude gets more done in a week that I did in 2011 completely. He might also be the smartest person I know. He can also drink you under…

For real, though. His buddy is spot on.

Wisdom, or truth, or inspiration, or whatever you want to call it. 

This is all of the above.

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July 9, 2012
I’ve never bought a piece of clothing with the intention of wearing it once every three weeks.

I just think that it’s a very strange concept. I saw a picture of this guy’s closet last week, and he had at least thirty-five pairs of pants hanging in a row. It kind of startled me. I’m just now realizing that a lot of people have a lot of clothes, and that is, most of the time, a cause and result of wearing things infrequently. I don’t understand how a guy could buy a pair of pants and wear them only once every two or three weeks. Do you have that many pairs of pants? Am I missing something here? Is this a real life thing?

I’m a student, not even a grad student or a senior; I’m smack in the middle of my undergrad experience. Therefore, I don’t always have the most robust figures on my bank statements. During the school year, I’m broke as shit. I’m in an expensive major, and I have the unfortunately costly desire to drink beer that tastes a hell of a lot better than Keystone Ice (there is a point here, believe me).

That being said, a clothing purchase is an investment to me. I have to plan it out, weigh my options, and make the right choice. At times, this sucks. It does. However, I’ve just recently come to appreciate this more and more. When I buy a piece of clothing or a pair of shoes, I wear the shit out of it. I mean I really wear the shit out of it. My shit-kicking loafers have holes in both soles, and I had three crotch blowouts in the first week of Summer. My clothing fades, it frays, it changes shape, and I love it. I know that it’s mine. 

There’s a difference between me and the dude rolling in his mountains of chinos. He has the liberty to wear a different pair of pants every day for a month. On the other hand, I might wear the same pair of pants three times in one week. I’m not saying having pants on pants would be terrible, but I feel as though I really own my clothes, while he just purchased them. I think clothing should be something that lives with you, not sits in a closet.

I’m not urging you to go and throw out any of your clothes (I will take them though if you decide to), but I just think that people should return on the investment they made a little more. Sure clothes are expensive, and sure they have to be taken care of. If you can’t wear the shit out of a blazer or a pair of pants though, what the hell’s point? If you have thirty-three blazers and fifteen white shirts, are you really that connected to any of them?

I don’t know. That’s just what’s been going through my mind lately.

So, yeah.  

(Source: mypantalones)

June 27, 2012
Huge shout out to Four Pins.

They picked up my Internet Slang In Its Natural Habitat post today.

If you are not on that Four Pins tip, educate yourselves.

Check it.

June 26, 2012

Internet Slang In Its Natural Habitat

compiled and designed by Alex Delany 

The internet is real.

(Source: mypantalones)

June 25, 2012
A little preview of a shits and gigs design project that should be rolling out sometime this week. 

A little preview of a shits and gigs design project that should be rolling out sometime this week. 

June 22, 2012
This kit was fucking awesome.

This kit was fucking awesome.

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June 22, 2012

Only one left in stock, and it’s my size?


Three button, patch pocket, unlined cotton blazer by Boglioli.

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