Menswear Mondays: Editor Ryan Chase on his layered look
All photos by Mauricio Rocha

Menswear Mondays: Editor Ryan Chase on his layered look

Men's fashion is starting to transition from summer to autumn. For proof, look no further than Ryan Chase, an editor we spotted rocking a cool look on Capitol Hill this week. Keep reading to learn about his style inspirations, where he shops and what his fashion mantra is.

See also: -Menswear Mondays: Student Jason Giving on his Korean inspired look -Menswear Mondays: Old Major host Connery Charon on his summer fashion -Menswear Mondays: Student Cole Ritter on his hip hop-inspired style

Menswear Mondays: Editor Ryan Chase on his layered look

Name: Ryan Chase.

Spotted at: 14th and Sherman streets; in front of the Capitol building.

Profession: I'm an editor; I have a junior editor position for a college services firm in Aurora.

2013 jam: Roy Buchanan's "Troubles."

Favorite film: Annie Hall.

Style inspirations/icons: I don't know if anything inspires my look; it's more of a practical thing. I just sort of think of what i want to wear that day.

Favorite color: Red.

Favorite accessory: Sandals.

Style mantra: There really isn't a paradigm to it. I just look at what I have and then pick something out.

Shops at: I shop at Etsy.com; other than that, there is not a particular store I go to; I sort of just look around.

Menswear Mondays: Editor Ryan Chase on his layered look

A Pennsylvania native, Chase uses an athletic duffle bag that happens to have his favorite color as an accent.

Menswear Mondays: Editor Ryan Chase on his layered look

These sandals are Chase's favorite accessory. Here he shows the only way to pull off socks and sandals -- with long Nike socks and slip-on shoes. This style of footwear is reminiscent of 1990s menswear in hip-hop culture.

Style analysis: Although Chase does not cite many style inspirations, they are revealed subtly through his street fashion. We spotted him listening to his iPod and the rock-and-roll blues of Roy Buchanan. Along with his Jimi Hendrix graphic tee and hip-hop shoe display, it shows how critical music is to Chase's style. The glasses and button-up beneath the graphic tee show his editor side.

Don't be afraid to combine your musical inspirations with your fashion sense, Denver.


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