If there’s one thing we can’t get enough of is brunch at some of our favorite restaurants. There’s no better way to unwind in the middle of the day or after a fun night out the day before. Our newest Style Grid from @JeffDePano is centered around one of our favorite meals with this dapper outfit. Jeff shares some of his go-to pieces for a stylish way to show-up to a nice brunch. Find his picks below.
Polo Ralph Lauren “Hampton Chino Sport Coat”: A nice, light-weight unstructured jacket that’s perfect for summer. I’m a fan of cotton sport coats and blazers for their versatility and ease. Having a few of these in your wardrobe for warmer months can’t hurt.
Gant Rugger “Kick Ass Oxford” Shirt: This shirt totally lives up its name. After going through multiple washes post-production, the shirt’s soft hand and lived-in feel makes it comfortable from day 1.
The Hill-Side Pocket Square: I don’t have a lot of floral prints in my wardrobe, so for me to pick up anything floral, I have to really like it. I purchased this a few years ago and it’s still one of my favorite pocket squares I own.
Beams+ Abaca Hat: Light-weight and breathable, this hat will keep the sun out of your eyes should your brunch spot have outdoor seating.
Resolute 710: Based off a pair of ’66 Levis, the 710 is a great fit that’s neither too tight or too relaxed.
Kiel James Patrick Triton Knot Bracelet: I’m a big fan of KJP bracelets. They’re easy to wear, comes in a bunch of colors, and adds just the right amount of flair to your wrist.
Brick + Mortar x Alden Snuff Suede Copley Last Loafers: Snuff Suede is a really versatile leather. It feels right at home with both jeans and chino. Just remember to occasionally treat with a water repellant spray.