The West Coast Beach Weekend
Our slub cotton textured pocket T-shirt in wavy stripe, Ebbets Field Flannels® for J.Crew Surf Riders
T-shirt, Soludos® for J.Crew espadrilles in chambray, 9” short in linen, slim lightweight oxford shirt in bold stripe, Harwick duffel bag, Tidal New York® for J.Crew flip-flops, crewneck sweatshirt in paint splatter, Syd sunglasses, garment-dyed ball cap, 6” swim trunk in fish print and 9” stretch board short in jungle floral.
WHERE TO GO: La Jolla
WHERE TO STAY: L’Auberge Del Mar, located on the California coast with a private pathway to
WHERE TO EAT: Head to the Marine Room at high tide for some local seafood. (Pro tip: Jackets are encouraged, so you might want to pack an unstructured Ludlow blazer too.)
WHAT TO DO: Southern California demands a surfing trip, and Scripps Beach is the place to be to suit up and catch some waves.
WHAT TO PACK: Keep it casual in a made-in-LA garment-dyed ball cap, our exclusive Ebbets Field Flannels tees and quick-drying swim trunks.
The Urban Exploring Weekend
Our Wallace & Barnes short-sleeve camp-collar shirt in feather print, Thomas Mason® for J.Crew Ludlow shirt in pink microgingham, slim seersucker shirt in classic stripe, Italian silk knit tie, cotton belt in stripe, Abingdon messenger bag, unstructured Ludlow blazer in stretch cotton, Pima cotton open-collar sweater-polo, Italian silk pocket square in flower print, 770 straight jean in rinsed white, Lavett&Chin® No. 02 pomade, slim leather card case, tipped microstriped socks, triple-stripe socks, striped anchor socks, Adidas® Gazelle® sneakers and Ludlow penny loafers.
WHERE TO GO: New York City
WHERE TO STAY: The Mercer, a spare, loft-style boutique hotel in the middle of Soho.
WHERE TO EAT: Try some Jewish deli comfort food at Russ & Daughters Cafe on the Lower East Side, the sit-down extension of the famous, century-old “appetizing store.” (An appetizing store is a place that sells bagels and the food you eat with them, like lox and cream cheese. Sounds awesome, right?)
WHAT TO DO: Head to the nearby New Museum—its openings, screenings and talks focus on contemporary artists, so you’ll definitely discover something, well, new.
WHAT TO PACK: Be ready for everything from museums to walking through the park in an unstructured stretch Ludlow blazer, a seersucker shirt and Adidas Gazelle sneakers.
The East Coast Beach Weekend
Our cotton-linen sweater, slim Secret Wash shirt in stripe, Billykirk® for J.Crew waxed canvas weekender bag, Jack sunglasses, Sperry® for J.Crew Authentic Original 2-eye broken-in boat shoes, unstructured Ludlow blazer in madras, classic piqué tipped polo shirt, panama hat with double band, 9” stretch short with embroidered anchors, Irish linen chino pant in 770 straight fit, multicolor braided belt and classic piqué polo shirt in stripe.
WHERE TO GO: Nantucket
WHERE TO STAY: The Veranda House, which has a history dating back to 1684 and sweeping views of the harbor.
WHERE TO EAT: In Nantucket, you need to eat lobster. Go to Sea Grille and order the most decadent thing on the menu. (Note: It’s all decadent.)
WHAT TO DO: Get around by bike. It’s easy, convenient and will make you feel a little less guilty for ordering that second lobster roll. Then check out Cisco Brewers for craft beer, live music and that famously friendly Nantucket vibe.
WHAT TO PACK: You’ll blend in thanks to preppy staples like a madras blazer, critter shorts and our exclusive boat shoes.
The Mountain Expedition Weekend
Our Ebbets Field Flannels for J.Crew Brooklyn
Bushwicks ball cap, slub cotton shirt in red plaid, Wallace & Barnes
short-sleeve utility shirt, denim jacket in Walden wash, Wallace & Barnes
baseball T-shirt, Wallace & Barnes garment-dyed selvedge chino pant, Prospector Co.™
Burroughs beard oil, Harwick backpack, slim
broken-in short-sleeve henley, Wallace & Barnes bandana, Anonymous Ism™
ribbed crew socks and Anonymous Ism™
WHERE TO GO: Aspen
WHERE TO STAY: The Little Nell, an ideal home base where you can relax between outdoor excursions like hiking, fishing and cycling.
WHERE TO EAT: La Crêperie du Village brings the Alps to Aspen with high-altitude French standbys:
fondue, raclette, cured meats and more.
WHAT TO DO: Get your live-music fix at Belly Up, a spot known for its sound system and consistently great acts.
WHAT TO PACK: You may not know how to use a compass, but you’ll at least be able to fake it in our Kenton boots, Wallace & Barnes utility shirt and Harwick backpack.