County gent visits the city, is what Jordan describes his sense of style. I would have to agree with that fully, and mainly because I know Jordan and his personal environment well. From the country cabin-like interior of a home, to his wardrobe and personal hobbies, Jordan surely knows how to make “country” stand out, and how to give “city” a run for it’s money. In fact, I think urban menswear can gain a lesson or two from country style. Mainly relaxed and press-free shirts, a little less buttoning up to leave more neckline room for a scarf, more boots less shoes and a nice rugged Filson to throw over the shoulder.
Jordan exudes country, yes, but he’s also experimental. For example, I love how Jordan has played a little with colours that slightly fringe on feminine, a bold contrast to his masculine physique and features. A contrast from classic country as well. Enter, city. His blazer is a light weight corduroy material, which is over-dyed with dark purple that gives it an iridescent effect. His shirt, a light pink-ish/tan. He doesn’t carry it with him in this photo, but Jordan possesses the slickest Filson tan briefcase, which doubles as a bag en général. The briefcase is all city, though the material with it’s with leather pulls, storm flaps and bridle leather is all country.