As a Wisconsin native, I can tell you the Midwest gets a bad rap when it comes to personal style. Thankfully, there’s guys out there like Andrew Westphal, the men’s syle influencer behind Everyday Drew, who blow up that bad impression. The Milwaukee-based blogger shows you can care about sneaker drops, getting ‘fits off, and the Bucks in equal measure.
Style Girlfriend asked Andrew to document his outfits for a week of quarantine. He was more than up to the challenge.
“With the rise of leisurewear and dad style intersecting with the birth of my son in 2018, I was fully prepared to take on a work from home pandemic (at least in my fashion sense).
I have amassed quite the collection of sweats and sneakers over the years and haven’t had the chance to wear them all. Since my commute to work is now the distance from my bedroom to my living room my goal is to be as comfortable as possible throughout the day.”
Check out 5 casual outfits for men, styled by Everyday Drew:
Since I’ve been working from home with my wife and toddler, I’ve fully leaned into comfortable clothing.
Weather in Wisconsin has been very unpredictable. Last month we had one day in the 70s and also snow flurries. Wearing this cozy fleece takes me from a cool crisp morning to a sunny afternoon walk around the block.
- Hat: NPR
- Fleece jacket: Uniqlo x Engineered Garments
- Sweatpants: Stranger Things x Nike
- Sneakers: New Balance 990v4
My favorite season of the year is shorts and hoodie season. It is that glorious time in the spring and fall when shorts and hoodies are the quintessential outfit.
I added this pair of Taft camo loafers to spice up this fit.
Pre-COVID19, this was a typical Saturday outfit for me. Ever since the Safer at Home orders started, wearing denim has been getting dressed up for me.
This is a go-to outfit for me. Simple and classic.
Wearing a matching sweatsuit made me feel like I was trying, even when I wasn’t.
This is my favorite hoodie and pair of sweatpants from Richer Poorer. I’m also the type of guy to wear basketball shoes casually since I was in 4th grade so this was a perfect time to bust out one of my personal favorite pair of Jordans.