Mucho Macho: Masculinities in Media

A blog to highlight men's fashion, barber shops, men's facial hair, bikes, DIY and U.S. Men's culture.

This blog is pro-feminist, anti-racist and gay affirming. Consider this blog's fashion for the DIY, non-comformist American male.

black-nata:

[SUPER COVERT MILITARY FLIRTING]

too funny.

(Source: sam-wilson, via lielabell)

mischeveously:

completely-blankk:

fuckere:

THIS IS SO GREAT AND CUTE OMFG

what is this from??

What is this from????

how teen boys SHOULD respond.

(Source: theblogofeternalstench, via whole-new-level-of-freak)

davereed:

Seriously

davereed:

Seriously

(Source: rnked, via listenupnerds)

preppy at its essence.
putthison:

An Affordable Spring Look
Outerwear tends to be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. Depending on your budget, you can get relatively affordable coats and jackets nowadays from Club Monaco, J. Crew, Brooks Brothers, and Ralph Lauren. At the end of every season, they’ll have nice looking designs for about $150-200 (Brooks Brothers and Ralph Lauren have really good mid-season sales as well). More affordably, there’s Pointer’s chore coat for $87. It looks pretty good if you like workwear.   
For rainy days, I sometimes wear LL Bean’s Trail Model Rain Jacket with jeans, a Shetland sweater, and some LL Bean boots. The shell is made from a waterproof rip stop nylon and the interior seams are taped. The pocket bags are also made of mesh, so that if you store away any wet things, they’ll dry quicker. The best part? It’s $79. Possibly $71 if you wait for one of LL Bean’s occasional 10% off coupons. Additionally, they have a similar jacket this season under their “Signature” line. Although I haven’t handled it, the jacket looks like it comes without a chest logo (which the mainline does, unfortunately, although it’s tonal). I also assume it fits slimmer all around.
In the photo above, I’ve paired my LL Bean rain jacket with an oxford cloth button down shirt from Ascot Chang, a Shetland sweater from O’Connell’s, and a pair of straight legged jeans from 3sixteen. All of these tend to be a bit on the pricey side, but you can find more affordable alternatives at a number of places. Brooks Brothers will have oxford cloth button downs for about $40 during sale season, while Kamakura sells them for about $79 year round. More affordable Shetlands can be had for about $75-100 at Brooks Brothers and LL Bean when they’re on discount (although they don’t always carry them). Lastly, raw selvedge denim jeans can be had for about $89 from our advertiser Gustin, or $82 from Unbranded. Both get regularly recommended in the denim community.
Together, these pieces make for a reasonably classic look, and more importantly, can be had for not too much money. 

putthison:

An Affordable Spring Look

Outerwear tends to be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. Depending on your budget, you can get relatively affordable coats and jackets nowadays from Club Monaco, J. Crew, Brooks Brothers, and Ralph Lauren. At the end of every season, they’ll have nice looking designs for about $150-200 (Brooks Brothers and Ralph Lauren have really good mid-season sales as well). More affordably, there’s Pointer’s chore coat for $87. It looks pretty good if you like workwear.   

For rainy days, I sometimes wear LL Bean’s Trail Model Rain Jacket with jeans, a Shetland sweater, and some LL Bean boots. The shell is made from a waterproof rip stop nylon and the interior seams are taped. The pocket bags are also made of mesh, so that if you store away any wet things, they’ll dry quicker. The best part? It’s $79. Possibly $71 if you wait for one of LL Bean’s occasional 10% off coupons. Additionally, they have a similar jacket this season under their “Signature” line. Although I haven’t handled it, the jacket looks like it comes without a chest logo (which the mainline does, unfortunately, although it’s tonal). I also assume it fits slimmer all around.

In the photo above, I’ve paired my LL Bean rain jacket with an oxford cloth button down shirt from Ascot Chang, a Shetland sweater from O’Connell’s, and a pair of straight legged jeans from 3sixteen. All of these tend to be a bit on the pricey side, but you can find more affordable alternatives at a number of places. Brooks Brothers will have oxford cloth button downs for about $40 during sale season, while Kamakura sells them for about $79 year round. More affordable Shetlands can be had for about $75-100 at Brooks Brothers and LL Bean when they’re on discount (although they don’t always carry them). Lastly, raw selvedge denim jeans can be had for about $89 from our advertiser Gustin, or $82 from Unbranded. Both get regularly recommended in the denim community.

Together, these pieces make for a reasonably classic look, and more importantly, can be had for not too much money. 

(via beardsleyjones)

dolce-vita-lifestyle:

LA DOLCE VITA - Over 80,000 Images of Wealth, Fashion, Beauty and World Luxury.

dolce-vita-lifestyle:

LA DOLCE VITA - Over 80,000 Images of Wealth, Fashion, Beauty and World Luxury.

(Source: kieljamespatrick, via seacowboy)

sugaronastick:

psyducksciencepajahouse:

Marc Minguell, Spanish/Catalonian water polo player.

UNF

(via sebastian-says)

#truth
Couple Number 11 by cable9tuba

sketchmocha:

coelasquid:

stardusted:

Aussie Builders surprise public with loud empowering statements in new Snickers Australia Ad.

I wonder how many people actually bothered watching the ad

image

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Eat snickers, prevent yourself from unwittingly respecting women.

Snickers, you were so close…and then you failed.

(via whole-new-level-of-freak)

antonio-m:

Samson and the Philistines (detail)Vincenzo Foggini, 1749V&A Museum, Londonmarble
antonio-m. on Flickr

antonio-m:

Samson and the Philistines (detail)
Vincenzo Foggini, 1749
V&A Museum, London
marble

antonio-m. on Flickr

(via flashandfootle)

blushingcheekymonkey:

amedeo modigliani - drawing of a male caryatid

blushingcheekymonkey:

amedeo modigliani - drawing of a male caryatid

(via flashandfootle)

pantaclothing:

Straight from the horse’s mouth or rather, straight from the Pferdearsch, our selection of shell cordovan shoes from Ludwig Reiter, Heinrich Dinkelacker and Buday.  Come see and try them on in person at the Panta trunk show. March 22nd from 11:00 to 7:00pm. 519 8th Avenue, 8th Fl. Suite 808, in between 35th and 36th street.

(via breathnaigh)