Street Style: The Man in Black
If a women’s blazer fits, wear it.
Michael Weferling — who was out for a stroll in Beacon Hill — doesn’t mess around when it comes to style. Read on to find out why his blazer is like deodorant and how he’s getting pumped for the Super Bowl.
What are you wearing?
I am wearing a Lacoste polo with a Banana Republic cotton long sleeve tee over it. I have on a Band of Outsiders blazer from Barneys New York, Citizens of Humanity jeans, Cole Haan loafers, and a Celine “Boston” bag that I got before spending a semester in New York when I knew I’d have to look like a New Yorker.
What are you listening to?
I like this band Tamaryn, and another band called Tame Impala. And lately I’ve been getting really into early ’90s Madonna. I think I’m preparing myself for the superbowl.
What’s your favorite restaurant in Boston?
I love South End Buttery. And I like Mooo for their lunches.
What style blogs do you read?
I read Knight Cat and Who What Wear. What else, let’s see…The Sartorialist, of course, and New York Magazine’s The Cut.
Do you have a recent piece of clothing you bought that you love?
My favorite recent piece is definitely my Band of Outsiders’ blazer, the one I have on right now. It was, as they used to say in the old deodorant ads, “strong enough for men but used for women” [laughs]. So yes, it was made for a woman, but I found I could fit into a certain size, so it was perfect!