Geektastic Wears & Sartorial Elegance

27 October, 2013 0 comments Leave a comment

Most people that come to the Mouse know me as the geeky manager that wears bow ties and they’re not far off at all; however, I don’t just wear ties and bow ties for the sake of work. I just enjoy wearing them, as well as apparel made by starving artists like myself! By my most recent count, I have over two dozen ties and bow ties, but probably just as many shirts.

Growing up in Oakland, and living in Alameda, definitely influenced my tendency to either buy locally or upcycled wears; similarly, what started out with Marvel & Dark Horse comics from my sister grew into Doctor Who, Star Wars and everything else  to create all the nerdiness that I’ve grown to enjoy.

My personal style, as well as what’s on my walls at home, has been described as “geektastic sartorial elegance” by a number of my friends. These picks are both some of my favorite items at the Mouse, as well as items that I think will give anyone a geeky or sartorial elegance that they’re lookin’ for! :)

From top left: Stormfits Tee by The Girl & Rhino; Botorazzi V-Neck by Botodesigns; Limited Edition Doctor Who Print by Le Petit Elefant; Bow Ties by Intwined; Play-Deco Thank You Greeting Card by MAGNOTE; Diverse City Tee by 57-33; Wood Bow Tie by Wood Thumb; How To Outsmart Tea Pirates by Studio M.M.E.; Pocket Notebook Cover by R&L Goods; AT-AT Clock by [un]possible cuts; Camera Pin by Yes&Yes; Robots in Blossoms Linocut by 3 Fish Studios; Victorian Gears Tie by Cyberoptix

From top left: Stormfits Tee by The Girl & Rhino; Botorazzi V-Neck by Botodesigns; Limited Edition Doctor Who Print by Le Petit Elefant; Bow Ties by Intwined; Play-Deco Thank You Greeting Card by MAGNOTE; Diverse City Tee by 57-33; Wood Bow Tie by Wood Thumb; How To Outsmart Tea Pirates (and other useful sailing tips) by Studio M.M.E.; Pocket Notebook Cover by R&L Goods; AT-AT Clock by [un]possible cuts; Camera Pin by Yes&Yes; Robots in Blossoms Linocut by 3 Fish Studios; Victorian Gears Tie by Cyberoptix

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