It’s All In The Details

I’m a very casual person, and it’s rare you’ll find me in a button up. My job doesn’t really require dressing up, and I like to keep things pretty minimal. I’m a big fan of stripes, but other than that, my clothes are more about the textiles — terry cloth, cotton slub, neoprene, and denim.


Recently the team over at Tailor4Less reached out and wanted me to test out their design process. The result is this gorgeous shirt — custom fit to me, no less. I was more than impressed with the process, and I would highly recommend you check it out —



I picked out the fabric, the cut, the lining, and even had it monogrammed with my initials. I went with a hidden placket because it’s my favorite design detail – it makes a shirt look crisp, clean, and put together, even if you’re wearing it with denim and sneakers, as I am here. To change things up I went with a crazy contrasting fabric for the lining of the sleeves and collar. It’s really about the details.


Shirt courtesy Tailor4Less / Jeans by Levis / Shoes by Adidas

Photos by Hamad

Jeff Smith

Jeff started in photography and short format video, and he's been at the forefront of the web tv movement. He’s worked on haute couture shoots in Paris, shot street style in Milan, and is currently developing a steady roster of beauty, fashion, and digital clients in NYC.