Rude Suit

A S  A  style enthusiast, all my life I thought it only right convey my thoughts in some way- other than just wearing what I liked. The city I grew up in you really didn't have much in the way of fashion. It's a difficult thing in a little Northern Michigan town to see one thing and want to do something so different. I started with color. Wearing certain shirts that weren't really what others were wearing at the time. Seeing as I didn't know much about fashion, I did what I could do to set myself apart.
A long time has passed since then and my style has changed drastically over the years. Nowadays I find myself interested in exactly what I told my father I would never wear when I was a kid. Suits. I guess having been around it for so long I accidentally picked up a visual dialogue with suits and stumbled into passion for the clothing I once vowed never to put on.
Granted I do not put on a three-piece everyday, even though I do enjoy it. I prefer dressing-down what is a very put-together look and turning it into something totally different. I believe a suit can be whatever you want it to be. Versatility and functionality is the name of the game. There are so many options in the world today and none of them are wrong. If it's what you want to wear then wear it (within reason of course). The suit jacket and pants are just the basis for your look. I for one love to wear a suit with a tee and use other accessories to accentuate it. I don't go for much color anymore. I've found that simple colors such as black, grey and white are so timeless that the things you buy can stay in your wardrobe forever.

I have strong opinions on the subject of suits, but I also love a good meal, a good cocktail and being surrounded by family and friend. I also have a tendency of talking too much and loudly. Thus RUDESUIT was born. I don't think there is such a thing as talking too much or too loud on the Internet so I feel very much at home.
Spencer McQueen
Culture Keeper