I really wanted to get more shawl-neck sweaters this year, but this is still the only one I own.
More casual Friday-ness wearing my current favourite piece of clothing - a boiled wool shirt from BBlessing. The scarf was a mistake.
What I wore to Clack Clack Empire's last night in business. I'm pretty much moving towards dressing like this all the time.
This is what I look like around the house - baggier jeans, slippers, and occasionally a bowler. Was feeling the -itis coming on.
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Whilst most of us struggle in the mornings and chuck on any old thing in the bleary eyed darkness (maybe that is just us?), it is quite clear from our style stalking that Thom has an enviable work style and has a keen eye for quality, interesting staples. So, as well as a week's worth of Thom style, we asked him to offer a few shop recommendations and he more than delivered, featuring his picks from three cities:Vancouver
The Block - Filson, Fillipa K, Coal hats.
350 West Cordova Street, Vancouver
Welcome Home, Eugene Choo - A.P.C., BBlessings, Wesc, Pendleton, Steven Alan - can't afford anything but they often go on sale.
3683 Main Street, Vancouver
Front & Co. - Well-curated consigment.
3772 Main Street (between 21st & 22nd Ave.)Vancouver BCV5V 3N7
Gravity Pope - Carries most brands of shoes you'd want, plus has clothing store next store with Gilded Age and Robert Geller
2205 west 4th ave, Vancouver
Deluxe Junk Co. - Good consignment.
310 Cordova Street, Vancouver
Vancouver Special - Little things for about the house.
3612 Main Street, Vancouver
Jonathan + Olivia - Engineered Garments - only store in Vancouver that carries it.
2570 Main Street, Vancouver
534 Yates Street, Victoria
Value Village - This is the best Value Village I've ever been to - must have bought 40 items from here.
1810 Store Street, Victoria
4530 University Way NE