Camouflage seed stitch Polo from SOPH:


This ain’t no weak ass stitching like you’d find on a JC Penny camo polo.  Your seed stitch required so much more labor;  there’s the reason your shirt cost a grip, along with the SOPH scorpion logo embroidery .  If you’re going to start bragging to people about the stitch pattern of your shirt though you better know some other stitch patterns (and their downfalls) to spout off or else you’re going to look like an idiot.

¥17,850 ($175 USD) over at SOPHNET.


Attire to make them re-write the dress code:


Imagine the look on the CEO’s face when he sees you and realizes that you can not be conformed.  Sure, navigating the iceberg filled waters of the corporate dress code isn’t rocket science, but you’ll likely get a raise for being the only one to successfully find a loophole and then exploit it without giving a shit what the consequences would be.  That’s upper management material right there as far as I’m concerned.  Once you get that corner office just make sure you remember where you came from.  If you make objective #1 to “tighten up the dress code” I hope you get demoted to janitor’s assistant where you belong.

¥25,200 ($270 USD) over at


An expensive way to show your support for the NAVY:

Also available in grey over at SOPH shop for ¥39,900 ($496 USD).  All I can say is it better be comfortable.

John Smedley is based in Great Britian and is best known for his knitwear.