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  • The Hammer Venice Wash

    The Hammer Fit is also known as The Ringer, The Closer, and as some would say, The Sweet Meat. This fit is classic, dependable, and always ready for a good time! In this particular situation its wash draws inspiration for an area not surpassed in eclecticism, Venice, CA. Never out of control, unless provoked or fed after midnight there is no other place in the world with as much character than Venice, CA. From Muscle Beach on the Boardwalk to the “Trendiest Street in America” that is Abbott Kinney, Venice has it all! What better way to enjoy this majestic beach community then to cruise around in the Hammer (Venice Wash). With it’s sun bleached fading, true blue tones, and worn out feel. This jean embodies what Venice really is… an American Classic!


    The Cookie Wash 2

    It’s all in the fit, people! What you see is what you get with our slim fit. Genuinely sexy. Simple yet sophisticated. The Cookie is direct and always to the point. No gimmicks necessary when it’s unnecessary. Only class…class…and a little more class. With an extra helping of mashed potatoes for good measure. The Natural Wash on these is a progressive wash that does the hard work for you, taking the raw selvage denim and aging it for eight months. The crinkles, whiskers and fading that develop show how good quality denim can stand up to wear and tear and get better with age while remain your favorite go-to pair for years to come.

    Get to know more about the Cookie (Wash 2) here.


  • Ryan Ferester, lives and breathes his company Love Bean Fudge, so much so, that many folks just call him, Lovebean!  While living in Costa Rica, Ryan not only  picked up the idea for Love Bean, but he also adopted the Pura Vida lifestyle, which makes Surfside Supply the perfect look for the guy who likes to play in balance with his work.  Ryan and the Love Bean operations are currently located in Austin, but we’re hoping to relocate him to Boulder permanently.  In the meantime you can look for the “Love” in Vitamin Cottages or online at www.lovebeanfudge.com.  

    And you can always find Surfside Supply at Nod & Rose.  If you’ve never tried on these soft  and relaxed, but fashionable fits, there’s no better time than this Sunday night at our Start of Summer Trunkshow.  Find out more info on our homepage and email Nod@NodandRose.com to RSVP. 

    1. Poolside: Surfside mini dot print swim trunks, Surfside end on end linen shirt, Zeal riviera sunglasses 

    2. Backyard chillin: Surfside dobby print shirt, Howe canvas kool pants, Yellow 108 luke vintage fedora, Zeal riviera sunglasses

    3. Amante Coffee:  Surfside crinkle check shirt, Life After Denim maldives linen shorts

    4. Corner Bar/Boulderado: Surfside linen work shirt, Apolis standard issue cotton blazer, Life After Denim slim fit chino


  • Layering 101 starts with the undershirt or aka the t-shirt.  Talking about matching your undershirt with your button down may seem rudimentary to some or crazy to others but if you just throw on your favorite t-shirt without any thought, you are going to totally blow your game.  So here are my guidelines to layering your undershirt. 

    1.) no undershirt or a white undershirt is easiest and the most classic look.  



    2. )  Layer for the weather.  Too cold and you’ll need a crew neck, too hot and a deep V is best.  A cool alternative is a henley under a cowl neck sweater like below. 



    3.)  Set the clippers to around 3 and trim that chest hair.  Bare is too sleek, all natural can be too… hairy. 



    4.) start with grey.  The heather grey tee is an american classic and looks good under almost any shirt.  




    5.)  contrast.  In general layer a lighter shade of shirt under a medium or darker shade of shirt.   



    6.  A dark tee pairs well with a heavy fabric coat or shirt like wool, flannel, canvas, or denim. 



    7.) color. Use different shades of the same color.  



    8.) build it from the ground up.  The pants should contrast the top in both color and shade. 





    9.)  anchor plaids and checks.   Wear a solid tee that is a similar color from the pattern, normally the darkest color in the pattern.  Like the blue pattern in this plaid and the blue tee underneath.



  • KATLIN SHIRT B ALABASTER

    ASYMMETRIC LONG SLEEVE SHIRT / BUTTON FRONT CLOSURE / SIDE CUFF BUTTONS / 100% COTTON

    FIT:FITS TRUE TO SIZE

    272.00


  • The Civilian Blazer is a versatile piece developed in a downtown Los Angeles tailoring shop. The pairing of a durable, lightweight fabric and traditional details makes this blazer great for work or travel in warmer months, or for year-round wear in a mild climate. The blazer is unstructured yet lined, with three front pockets and one inside pocket. For a more tailored fit, we recommend sizing down from your normal size. Please refer to the size chart below for exact measurements.


  • Greylin - Gregory Cut-Out Dress

    Los Angeles based designer and creative director of GREYLIN, Dora Lim began her infatuation with fashion at a young age while growing up in Brazil. The inspiration for GREYLIN evolved from her international travels, discovering unknown elements, childhood memories of Brazil, abstract textiles, and interior design. Intermixing timeless everyday classics with bold patterns and colors were the driving principles behind Dora’s contemporary line GREYLIN. Melding perfectly crafted silhouettes with unique prints and colors, Greylin provides women with a line that remains timeless throughout seasons at an obtainable price.

    • Self & Lining: 100% poly
    • Dry clean only
    • Fully lined
    • Front drawstring closure
    • Back waist cut-outs
    • Front and back open-knit panels

  • Greylin - Gregory Cut-Out Dress

    Los Angeles based designer and creative director of GREYLIN, Dora Lim began her infatuation with fashion at a young age while growing up in Brazil. The inspiration for GREYLIN evolved from her international travels, discovering unknown elements, childhood memories of Brazil, abstract textiles, and interior design. Intermixing timeless everyday classics with bold patterns and colors were the driving principles behind Dora’s contemporary line GREYLIN. Melding perfectly crafted silhouettes with unique prints and colors, Greylin provides women with a line that remains timeless throughout seasons at an obtainable price.

    • Self & Lining: 100% poly
    • Dry clean only
    • Fully lined
    • Front drawstring closure
    • Back waist cut-outs
    • Front and back open-knit panels

  • In the early 2000s, I was living in Venice Beach, Los Angeles taking a shot at fame and an acting career, while barely eking out a living waiting tables and posting bar tabs I couldn’t afford.  ”This rounds on me, boys!”  

    In addition to hanging at the beach and wondering the aisle of Albertson’s grocery store, I would participate in any freebee available including, Columbia House.  For those that don’t know, Columbia House would give you 12 free CDs with your commitment to buying 12 more free CDs.  Every month they would snail mail you a card that you needed to send back letting them know if you wanted the selection of the month AND if you didn’t send it back they sent the selection automatically.  It all seems archaic now, but this was just ahead of my discovery of Limewire and a better deal than the record stores.

    I’d often put it on my desk meaning to send it back, forget about it and then get some random CD 4 weeks later. Most times it was a marginal album from a classic artist, like Eric Clapton’s 24 Nights or Led Zepplin’s Coda, but sometimes you’d get a real diamond in the rough.  

    Now don’t get me wrong I was mostly pissed when I forgot to send ‘em the card and got a freaking album I didn’t know or really want.  But then I broke open a three CD collection titled New York’s New Underground Scene, which introduced me to both the Walkmen and the Strokes ( I can’t remember the third group…the French somethings). Coming out of the 90s, I wasn’t sure what to think of the raw, un-produced sound of the new “garage rock”. But I soon came to love them both, although their rise to success followed two different trajectories.  In fact because of that Columbia House package I’d always group the two acts together and found it interesting to see how the Strokes would take off and redefine a sound, while the Walkmen continue to slug it out on the van tour stages.  

    Years later I’d support the Walkmen when they’d play the Visulite, now in Charlotte (having long given up my acting dreams for less delusional, regional, indie-rock band drummer dreams and a steady 9-5) but they never seemed to grab enough attention to catapult them to the next level.

    Now, living in Boulder, 12 years after the Columbia House mistake, I hear a song on XMU’s blog radio called “Alexandra” and say to my wife, “this sounds just like the Walkmen”.  I check the info button but, it says Hamilton Leithaus and not knowing he was the lead singer, I just left it with that.  But this morning I hear, Dallas from My Old Kentucky Blog talking about the Walkmen breaking up and I connected the dots back to “Alexandra” and Hamilton Leithaus.  Dallas then introduced me to Hamilton’s next single, 11 o’clock Friday Night which also will be on his up coming solo album titled Black Hours, out on June 3rd.

    So it’s been some time, since I was first introduced to Hamilton.  I’ve been through geographical moves and technology booms and career changes; bands breaking up and getting married and the whole sorta thing that happens in your twenties and thirties. And like an old friend I want nothing but the best for Hamilton, I love these new tracks and hopes he finally makes it on the stage his talent deserves.  So folks, check out the new releases and share them with your friends, it’s about time we make it!

    All the Best, Nod




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  • Sometimes when you have a look in mind that is a bit daring or different than your normal fair you can compromise-yourself-out of really nailing it.  You may find yourself trying to “anchor” it with something that is familiar, but I believe there are certain looks that are iconic and shouldn’t be fucked with.  Put the look together and rock it, like Cally Chapman did on her last visit to the Storehouse.  


  • The dress is a heavy textile 100% cotton fabric, while the lining in contrast is 100% rayon for a silky smooth light feel. 


  • One Teaspoon Western Shirt, 100% viscose, normally $98, on sale today for $78, x-small - medium available

    Kain Label Tube Dress, 92% viscose, 8% spandex, normally $118, on sale today for $95, small and medium available

    Yellow 108 Harvest Hat, cotton felt with leather tie band, normally $90, on sale today for $72, medium and large available


  • I love that Deus is so irreverent with their logo.  As a brand that lives a multi-faceted lifestyle that transcends from the country to the city it makes sense they would have multiple logos that incorporate facets of what I like to call the Freedom Life - bikes, boards, campfires, music, tattoos, buds and suds.  It’s not sociology, it’s just loving and living. 



  • The shirt is made in LA from a Japanese chambray.  The fabric has a better weight than most chambrays I’ve seen and it’s much softer. Solid fashion fit, so size accordingly.

    The selvedge duck canvas pants are cut and sewn in LA, the fabric is made at Cone Mills in Greensboro, NC.  Canvas on a whole is less expensive than denim, breaks in faster and doesn’t stretch as much, so it makes an awesome 5 pocket alternative to denim.  Straight leg fit.


  • Top Left - Illia Leather and Canvas jacket

    Bottom Left - Nicholas K Parka

    Bottom Middle - Scotch & Soda Military jacket with detachable quilted lining

    Bottom Right - ourCaste canvas quilted bomber

    Sunglasses - Call 303-442-2322 for details


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