In spite of the fact that actually it isn’t summer, it sure has gotten warm brisk, and time to break out the mid year garments is absolutely upon us. Lighter materials, not so much inclusion, but rather more easygoing looks plague as we attempt to remain cool and envision walking around sea shores, instead of chunks of cement. Also, one look that is by all accounts extremely famous at the present time, in any event while strolling around lower Manhattan, is such a retro surfer look, or vintage California-cool. What’s more, when contemplating that tasteful, truly just one brand comes to mind: Nixon.
Nixon makes heaps of various watches, going from shockingly costly to incredibly modest, and it’s their modest watches that truly keep on stunning in both style and worth. Specifically, their Time Teller line packs probably however much value for-your-money that one can discover in a watch. Coming in an authentic library of materials and tones, The Time Teller sports a Japanese quartz development, mineral precious stone, 100m water obstruction and a sticker price of $100 or less. The particular model we decided for this version of Pairs Well With has a gunmetal dim 39mm steel case, coordinating dim dial, hands and list, a stun of red for a seconds hand and a 5-stripe armed force green NATO lash. It’s unmistakable, manly, yet at the same time casual…and looks better than practically some other $75 watch we’ve seen.
Running off of the easygoing vintage California look and the quieted, yet expressive style of the Nixon, Dexter Austria of extrmedium.com has set up an incredible look that can take you from the singing warmth of the city during the day, to the comfortable cool of the sea shore at night.
- 1. Nixon Time Teller in Surplus
- 2. Green V-Neck shirt by Uniqlo
- 3. C-Post 4 Pos Tattersall shirt by Post Overalls
- 4. Suprema Sunglasses by Persol
- 5. Utility Rope and Hook Bracelet by Miansai
- 6. Material Belt by Jean Shop
- 7. Cotton and Linen Blend Shorts by Rag & Bone
- 8. Speedy Canvas Sneakers by Onitsuka Tiger
pairing by Dexter Austria words by Zach Weiss