Every week, the Kipper Clothiers team gets together to foster a culture of art and curiosity, and to ensure an available space of creative (and logistical) discussion. It is vitally significant that members of Kipper Clothiers canvas each other’s style, trains of thought, interests, and inspirations. Thus, at our table we discuss various styles and interests to see those genres of style develop. Since we are nothing but inclusive, we thought we should share our style interests, creative fashion senses, and otherwise unknown inspirations with you!
Study our style inspirations and curiosities with us through a scroll of words from each member of Kipper Clothiers, and what their creative focuses were this week:
1.) “I’m loving that air-tie style,” states Kyle, CEO of Kipper Clothiers, “because I don’t like wearing ties and I think it’s just cleaner, more modern, and it gives a little nod to streetwear.”
2.) Erin, COO of Kipper Clothiers, vouches for casual shirts with suits and says that “I’m always wearing a blazer or a vest with lapels. I love formalities, but San Francisco is a casual place, and I don’t want to be out of place. So, shirts with blazers are very bay area appropriate.”
3.) Kipper Clothier’s Personal Stylist and Blog Writer, Hoisum, conveys adoration for those who embellish their urban lifestyles onto their tempered style palettes, and proposes: “Urban is rugged and lively, suits are tame and elegant; put them together and you’re unapologetic, rebellious, and intuitively sharp. It gives me room to feel comfortable with my responsibilities, yet innately powerful in my youth.”
Now that you are a part of our table, we invite you to let us know what you think and where your style interests lie. Whose style tastes do you most coincide with, Kyle, Erin, or Hoisum? If you could sit at our table, what would you say about each of our style interests? Do you have an interest in something entirely different? We’ll pull up a chair for you and have a toast to your company!
Not sure where your style interests lie, or have too many to list? Narrow some ideas down with some of our other style advice posts here.