Recently I’ve been into supporting local independent brand S/S Supply Goods.Their 5-panel caps are indeed a unique style of it’s own. Every cap has it’s own unique pattern made from different materials such as high grade wool, wool felt, corduroy, twill and special Japanese cotton. Their cap buckles are made of brass eyelets giving an awesome rustic look of the logo emblem, topped with a genuine leather strap. And finally, the caps are double fused to maintain the perfect shape.
In addition to their swanky 5-panel caps, S/S Supply Goods have put together some of the tidiest button-down garments I’ve ever worn. S/S reinterpret classics by adding subtle yet curious details to each piece, founded on the principle of providing functional essentials to make any man look good at any situation. They also play with different prints and textures, which are rooted on nature and its elements.
Whenever I travel out of town I always try and make the effort to bring the DSLR camera just because you never know what you may come across. Although I’ve lived here in Manila for nearly 3 years now, there’s still so much to be discovered. I try to also make use of my location to take photos of the outfits I’m promoting, just so I can try “kill two birds with the one stone”. If you can find the time to juggle work with leisure and make fun out of it at the same time, you know you’re on the right track.
Outfit: S/S Supply Goods button down shirt 5-panel cap, Casio watch and Zara shorts.
Photos by The illadvised Khai