Chris Callis, Woody Hines, and Dennis Sarkozy call Princeton, New Jersey home. Between classes, squash practice, and work, they collectively run the online magazine Prepidemic from 1901 Hall. I spent some time with the guys on campus earlier this month kicking around their dorm, eating at The Ivy Club, and mulling over their plans once they exit through FitzRandolph Gate. Over the next week I will be sharing a sliver of their personal style with you. Though today’s campus dress codes fail to make the grade, Callis and Hines yield a sartorial effort indicative of their academic ambitions. They dress for success.
"Style is the dress of thoughts.” —Lord Chesterfield
Photographed in Princeton, NJ (enlarge)
Noteworthy (Callis): I can’t think of a more versatile piece in the colder months than a navy chalk stripe suit. It can be worn and paired in so many different ways that you could wear it every day for a month and feel like you haven’t worn the same thing twice—save the smell, of course.
Noteworthy (Castleberry): English leather briefcase by Lotuff & Clegg, blackwatch umbrella, french cuffs.