Summer Style with I.W. Harper by Brandon Bryant


Photography: Arian Jabbary (PHOTO+ARIAN°) and Nick Urteaga (Coastal Flicks)

In Collaboration with I.W. Harper

Attire Details :

Suiting: Knot Standard

Footwear: Allen Edmonds and Freeman Plat

Happy Friday everyone and hope you are gearing up for a long holiday weekend. I am excited to continue phase two of my partnership with I.W. Harper Whiskey.

In this phase we focused on summer style and how to be dressed and ready for any occasion. In outfit #1 I focused on one of the hardest looks to pull off for a younger gent. Its the dress shirt tucked into jeans look, usually used by older gents but it has really made a comeback with the younger guys. I think the correct way to approach the "tucked" look is by have the right fit on your garments. As long as the blazer, dress shirt and jeans are form fitting I think you are in the clear.

Now on to outfit #2, the sweater and blazer. Sometimes, as men we just want to feel free and comfy but at the same time feel stylish. I would suggest this look or even a nice plain t-shirt in light grey for the NYC summer heat. Notice in this look I decided to add sneakers to the mix, I am a huge champion of sneakers with blazers. Suits / blazers can be too serious as times, so throwing on a nice pair of statement sneaker like these ones from Freeman Plat are a perfect addition.

Well that is all for now, let me know what are your go to styles for this summer!

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In partnership with I.W. Harper Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey and I am being compensated for my participation in this campaign. All thoughts/opinions are 100% my own. Whiskey is intended for those whom alcohol is legal and appropriate. Please Drink Responsibly!

WSP x London by Brandon Bryant


Photographer: Zac and Clay Chambers (Brothers and Craft)

In collaboration with our brand sponsors:

Cole Haan, Jack + Mulligan and Filmore Skin Care

Happy Sunday everyone!! I am writing this post from the other side of the pond right now in London! Having a bloody good time over hear. I have became something like a regular over here and have really started to rub elbows with creatives and common folk.

Day 1: We flew into London on a redeye and landed bright and early at 8am. First thing we had to do was go to the ATM to get some  cash (British Pounds) to survive and then we grabbed a oyster card  to use the tube for transportation, which is basically like a metro card for us New Yorkers. When then made the hour and a half journey from the airport in west London to  Shoreditch in east London which most people compare to Williamsburg back in NYC. We were a little jet lag and after a 5 hr nap we were ready to take on the day. We attended a London Fashion week presentation for the brand Ben Sherman and we had a chance to run into a friend I knew threw Instagram, Mr. Hat. He eventually turned into our tour guide for the trip and gave us inside tips to the lingo, places to go and what to expect from London.

Day 2: We had the chance to hang out in West London and went to go see Big Ben, then we strolled over to Convent Garden to eat at everyone's favorite Indian restaurant, Dishoom. By far the best Indian food I have had in a very long time, we actually tried to eat there on Day 1 but the wait was about an hour and 30 min. After changing and browsing shops and boutiques back near Shoreditch we headed back to our flat to get ready for the night time festivities. We met up with our tour guide Mr. Hat and started off with drinks at this place called Box Park, which is a cluster of pop-up boutiques from the best of London in fashion, food and culture. Afterwards we headed back to our flat to make some specialty cocktails in preparation for our first official night out and Mr. Hat took us to the Ace Hotel in Shoreditch which has an amazing club downstairs with the latest "Grime" rap music and we danced the night away with new friends.

Day 3: After a long night of dancing we had to have some brunch, so we went to have fish and chips at a pub in West London and met up with a family friend of the gents from Brothers and Craftwho happened to one of the singers for the amazing A capella group the Swingles. The Swingles actually travel around the world for more than half the year singing in places like Dubai and Denmark and open for the likes of Adele and Kelly Rowland. Safe to say brunch was amazing with fish and chips and great conversation. Then we went to Buckingham Palace to be a little touristy and snap some shops. Afterwards, we went back to Shoreditch to meet up with my new buddies (Pete and Jens) who I met on social media and they run this really cool Youtube page called Whats Good London. We both thought it would be cool to shoot a video for their Youtube page showing me around London and talking about fashion. So Pete and Jens showed us around London for a few hours, we ate at this amazing food market called Dinerama. Its comparable to Smorgasborg in Williamburg but inside of a market place with great music and TV's. After Dinerama, I gave the guys a gift, a few really good grooming products from Filmore Skin CareOur last stop of the day was this awesome undiscovered gem in East London called Discount Suit Company, which is an underground speakeasy type bar. If you guys are in London and have a chance to go here please grab my favorite drink called the "Conference Call". Well thats all for now, we are headed to Paris tomorrow on a 7.5 hour bus ride. I am sure to have plenty to write about that bus ride.

P.S. Jens from Whats Good Londonlost a bet with Pete and had to wear a fur coat all night with sunglasses as a joke (see the last picture) but it actually was a hit with everyone and he ended up getting more style compliments than me somehow. I guess I need to step my fur coat game up ha.

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WSP x Pitti Uomo 89 by Brandon Bryant


Photographer: Arian Jabbary (PHOTO+ARIAN°)

Attire Details (make sure to click the bold words and check them out):

Suiting: Either Cesar Renuan or Born to Tailor

Footwear: Allen Edmonds

Watch: Vintage Rolex

Happy #DapperMonday!! Its been a while gents! I have good news, today is the 1 year Anniversary of Wall Street Paper. I cannot even believe how many blog posts, instagram posts and trips that were related to this amazing blog. God is so good!!! He put this crazy idea to start a fashion blog in my head while I was an investment banker on Wall Street and now this passion as a menswear geek has turned into a full-time gig all thanks to the the readers (you guys). So this blog post is dedicated to you guys, thank you for being so loyal. Now "Another one" a blog post to start the new year off right!

This week’s focus, my trip to Florence, Italy for the famed trade show, Pitti Uomo. Man was this an amazing experience, I had to chance to rub elbows with my idols and to connect with instagram friends from places like South Africa, German, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, Los Angeles, St. Louis and more. The trade show was full of the best menswear peacocks from around the globe. The WSP team was honored to be attending Pitti with Allen Edmonds. We shot a ton of content for them that will be released later. With that being said I have talked enough, please take a look at the outfits I wore to the show and some of the snaps of Florence and let me know if you have any questions. I would love to chat with you guys!

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WSP x Knot Standard by Brandon Bryant


Photographer: Arian Jabbary (PHOTO+ARIAN°)

Attire Details (make sure to click the bold words and check them out):

Suit Jacket: Knot Standard

Pants: Cesar Renuan

Footwear: Allen Edmonds

Socks: Spezzabox

Happy #DapperMonday!! Its been a while gents! I have good news, I am pursing WSP full-time!! So that means I will be able to produce much more content and dedicate more time to bringing you guys the best menswear and lifestyle reviews.

Now on to this week's focus, my Knot Standard window paned suit jacket. From the Italian influenced peak lapels to the patch pockets, this jacket has easily become one of my favorite go to jackets. This piece can go with suit pants or jeans. I also mixed up patterns with a striped dress shirt and added a little flavor with the purple tie. The icing on top of the cake for this outfit has to be the vintage hat. Remember accessories takes an outfit from good to GREAT!! Let me know what you guys think about the outfit and make sure to focus on accessories when getting dressed this week.

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Wide Brim by Brandon Bryant

Photographer: Arian Jabbary (PHOTO+ARIAN°)

Attire Details (make sure to click the bold words and check them out):

Vest and Shirt: Avondale Custom Clothiers

Neckwear: TheTieBar

Hat: Flame Keepers Hat Club

Bracelet: Dowling Brothers

Time: Triwa

Footwear: Beckett Simonon

Happy #DapperMonday!! As you may know already I am giving out Summer Tips every week and this week we are focusing on two things this week; my window pane vest and wide brim straw hat. With the weather being so amazing lately I thought is would be perfect to pull out a vest and switch up the game really quick.  The wide brim straw hat helps me channel my inner Al Capone. To finish off the outfit I added suede double monks to add a little texture. With only a few weeks left in summer make sure you take advantage of wearing a vest / wide brim straw hat!

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