I’m currently down at my parents’ house in Maryland for the holiday, not so patiently awaiting the arrival of the rest of my family and tomorrow’s epic meal. So, to whet my appetite, as well as yours, for my favorite meal of the year, here’s five Thanksgiving inspired kits. Have a good holiday everyone, eat, drink, take a nap, and rest easy. Now, go get off the internet and enjoy yourselves.
Epaulet Daltrey Shetland Tweed Sportcoat - Howlin’ by Morrison Neish Sweater - Aspesi Button Down Fine Corduroy Shirt - Gant Rugger Cords - Alden Sand Suede Chukka Boot - Paul Stuart Oriental Tiger Scarf - Dents Peccary Gloves
A few days ago, thanks to several well-placed, cancelled classes, I was fortunate enough to be graced with the coveted five day weekend. With Thanksgiving on deck, and not much on my docket, I fell back on the old standby of absentmindedly walking the streets and watching the hours tick by. It might’ve been that the impending holiday was on my mind, but as I walked around, meeting up with friends, and running into people, I found myself preoccupied with all that surrounded me. I consider fall to be the only real season that really has a distinct character to it, which some say is produced by the colors of the season, but to me it really has more to do with the emotions and ideas that this atmosphere creates.
A couple years ago, while I was down in the D.C. area on a break from school, I stopped into the Smithsonian to check out a Norman Rockwell exhibit that was put together using pieces donated by George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, both of whom are avid collectors of Rockwell’s work. The concept behind the exhibit itself was fascinating, as two modern American cinematic storytellers humbly paid homage to a painter who’s artistic style had greatly impacted their own creative endeavors.