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Happy Halloween : The Illest B-Horror Film, Metal, & Darkwave Pieces On Wanderset

It’s that day again. When people get lit in costume from Atlantic City to Santa Monica Pier. That’s so basic, bruh. Cats like Lil Peep have made goth a thing again. Albeit in a trap manner. It’s in the vein of the abstract and fringe that make All Hallows Eve more fun as you age past Trick-Or-Treating. If you’re not traveling north by north east to Salem, Mass. – or are innately kind of a fucking weirdo and seeks to actual raise dead bodies and summon shit via Ouija wifi, then maybe you opt for the more subtle. Maybe you’re doing the George Romero films marathon. Maybe you’re blasting Marilyn Manson. Maybe you’re just already living a life of sinful debauchery and tonight is just like last night. No judgement. Not that these rad joints are subtle, but they’re for sure a cut above the Party City bullshit. …

Lookin’ Like Money Without Breaking the Bank: 6 Stylish Pieces Under $100

Let’s face facts, we all love to find a good deal. A problem with this is that it can be difficult to come across pieces that are listed at a reasonable price and meet our standards in regards to quality and visual appeal. We here at Wanderset are familiar with this struggle and have a slew of dope pieces that will enhance your ensemble without draining your pockets. Whether you’re looking to treat yourself while on a budget or you just love a good deal, we’ve got quite a few pieces that you’ll fall in love with. Find some of my favorite high quality, low price items that’ll add some additional flare to your wardrobe while still keeping some Benjis in your bank account. Bomb Clothing – Taupe Sweatpants ($70) Comfort, style, and functionality all built into one aesthetically appealing pair of sweats. What more could you ask for? Cheap…

Wanderer You Need To Know: Meet Kumar Arora

Kumar Arora is a serial entrepreneur and investor behind many exciting consumer good business and ventures. Some of his ventures include Ilthy®, Old City Soda, Luxojet, and Rogue Eyewear. And, that’s just only the beginning. He travels in circles that mix aspiring entrepreneurs, corporate execs, to celebs and athletes. In a way, he’s a capsule of what convergence culture has become in 2017. Or perhaps he’s actually shaping it. Kumar is the refreshing kind of dreamer, the kind that makes dreams translate into actions, and actions into fruition. Social media culture has made us feel like posting something is the same as doing something. It’s not. Don’t drink the Kool-Aide, kids. The layman dreamer loves the biblical passage that states “All things work for good”. Certainly, there’s a lot to be said for positive energy, speaking things into existence, and metaphysics ranging from the Far Eastern type to the Law…

This Is War. The Best of LA’s ZANEROBE Camo Capsule.

Camo has become the go to pattern for 2017. From BAPE’s Summer “Tiger Camo” motif, to the overplayed hand of “Desert Storm” and “Hoth Ice Camo” seen on everything from dollar store snapbacks to Euro-Luxe scarves well above a sane entry price point, it’s everywhere. L.A. street mod line ZANEROBE stuck to the roots. They forwent the crazy color ways and stuck to the ballsy original. In the city of flashing lights and loud noises, the dimly lit pub with classic is the only cornerstone. Same shit here. The City Of Angels has been fucking on it this year with streetwear, with brands like For Those Who Sin  and Bow3ry steam rolling in 2017. There’s some outside of the traditional camo pieces from ‘Robe that would fit the aforementioned alternatives, but for this, and they’re done very well, for sure. We just chose to put you up on the illest of…

Kill It At This Fall’s Wine + Cheese Party. The Definitive Style Guide For A Rad Ass Gent.

A huge aspect of developing into a grown ass man is the social. There’s no way around it. One day, your mom just stops getting calls from like, the other moms about so-and-so’s 10th birthday pizza party, and we start getting sleek little invites on foiled card stock to events at vineyards, venues and social clubs with swankier zip codes. These things go two ways. Way 1: They’re a nightmare. It’s either elitist in the “one percent” way, or the trust-fund-kids-with-beards way, and for most of us, it’s southbound and down like Kenny Powers from the jump. We can’t compete with the small talk flexing, nor do we care about stocks, prep school lacrosse, charity gallery shows, or the cold brew coffee infused craft beer that the guy who somehow looks like fucking Halsey is raving about. Way 1 can be humbling in the worst form. Way 2: Co-worker stiffs in…

LA DUSK Pieces By FAIRPLAY. Inspired By The Lost Angel Skyline.

FairPlay, the Los Angeles based brand, is inspired by the functionality of athletic gear while adding a touch of character with intricate sport design. LA has been on a rise this past year, with the resurgence of classic OG brands like Crooks & Castles and new skool scumluxe lines like For Those Who Sin. While the line has it’s roots in sport, it’s also literally aesthetically rooted in, or from, the streets of LA. If you’ve ever been to the City Of Angels, you know it’s dusks and sunsets, gently sliding behind the art deco neon and rising smog, are as much a part of the fabric of the city as the Dodgers, Hollywood, Skid Row and Gene Kelly’s musicals.  Here’s 5 awesome pieces from FAIRPLAY that use the LA Dusk as a pallet, an inspiration, and actual fabric from the city. This one is for the coast. 5. DREXEL BOMBER…