Mister Mort Mister Mort
January 11, 2020

The only way a suit should fit when wearing both buttons closed. Big. This is fashion. This is style. This is proper ill fitting fun. Not saville row proper which I love but there’s something nice about a suit swimming like so. When on a skinnier dude it’s even more fun if you ask me. Some big dudes think a fitted suit with both buttons fastened slims them out. I say go swimming with it. Let the suit wear you in this case. Heck, leave on the tag that’s stitched on the cuff!

The only way a suit should fit when wearing both buttons closed. Big. This is fashion. This is style. This is proper ill fitting fun. Not saville row proper which I love but there’s something nice about a suit swimming like so. When on a skinnier dude it’s even more fun if you ask me. Some big dudes think a fitted suit with both buttons fastened slims them out. I say go swimming with it. Let the suit wear you in this case. Heck, leave on the tag that’s stitched on the cuff!

January 5, 2020

I miss Japan. As I pack up to move from this here spot I find myself getting rid of a ton of clothing; as one does when moving in the big city. Makes me wonder how folks in Japan do it. They must have so much clothing in small living spaces. How. Does. One. Do. It. while it is a great feeling letting go I have a hard time and think over each pant shirt etc when will I want you next, even to glance at if not to feel the fabric…It’s been a really good feeling so far (no regrets YET, but it’s only been a few duffle bags full) but with each shirt, pant, shoe I debate I know I’m making the right choice. I hope they reach someone else and make them just as happy they made me feel when I acquired. This packing/move should be a television show actually. Do I let it go or hold onto… I think if I had a good buddy on the couch I’d show them piece by piece and ask “will i want to wear this again?” while there’s no real way to know, it would help to have another opinion. (not my stylist/wife). There’s theories such as if you haven’t worn in a season get rid of it but I’m more attached than that. Some ebay late night but many hunted from hours and years of thrifting. It’s not easy but I really do want to start almost over. I’ll move with a ton and probably hopefully unload so much more once landed. M’shana Makom, M’shana Mazel!

I miss Japan. As I pack up to move from this here spot I find myself getting rid of a ton of clothing; as one does when moving in the big city. Makes me wonder how folks in Japan do it. They must have so much clothing in small living spaces. How. Does. One. Do. It. while it is a great feeling letting go I have a hard time and think over each pant shirt etc when will I want you next, even to glance at if not to feel the fabric...It’s been a really good feeling so far (no regrets YET, but it’s only been a few duffle bags full) but with each shirt, pant, shoe I debate I know I’m making the right choice. I hope they reach someone else and make them just as happy they made me feel when I acquired. This packing/move should be a television show actually. Do I let it go or hold onto... I think if I had a good buddy on the couch I’d show them piece by piece and ask “will i want to wear this again?” while there’s no real way to know, it would help to have another opinion. (not my stylist/wife). There’s theories such as if you haven’t worn in a season get rid of it but I’m more attached than that. Some ebay late night but many hunted from hours and years of thrifting. It’s not easy but I really do want to start almost over. I’ll move with a ton and probably hopefully unload so much more once landed. M’shana Makom, M’shana Mazel!