Who says that when you grow up and get a real job that you have to give up your favorite rocker look? For this week’s “What I Wear to Work” post, Eric shares two of his work looks in a before and after photo spread. We interviewed BOTH of Eric’s looks and let’s just say that this man cleans up well.
Occupation: Musician and Artist/ Engineer for Big Arm Recordings
Brands you like: Levis, Sperry Top-Siders, Dexter
Most important aspect of your wardrobe each day: Vest and Shoes.
Item that never leaves you: Spiked Belt
iPhone or Blackberry: I wish I had an iPhone.
Who’s your fashion icon (for this look): The maniac on the motorcycle from Raising Arizona.
What inspires you: Good music, records, my wife, and my western style studio.
Best fashion advice you ever received: Cut the hair and wear less baggy jeans.
Now lets take a looks the…
Occupation: Audio Engineer and Booth Director for Abrams Artist Agency
Brands you like: Hugo Boss, Vintage ties and cufflinks.
Most important aspect of your wardrobe each day: Skinny Tie.
Item that never leaves you: Wallet, keys, cell phone.
iPhone or Blackberry: Android.
Who’s your fashion icon (for this look): A sharp dressed 60′s spy or private eye.
What inspires you: Tiki drinks and a good steak mushroom bordelaise.
Best fashion advice you ever received: Shoot your cuffs out!
Eric’s Professional Look:
Tie: Vintage Famous Bar
Shirt: Hugo Boss French Cuff Shirt
Pants: Jos A. Bank (great designer for bigger men)
Loafers: Vintage Florsheim
Brown Overcoat: Vintage
Teal Shark Skin Suit Jacket: Vintage
Do you want to be a part of our “What I Wear to Work” series? Email a photo, your first name and industry to firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet your photo to us here, or post it on our Facebook page! And if you’re in the New York City area, we can arrange to have our photographer come to you! Whatever medium you so choose, we’d love to see what you wear to work!