Kentucky Cities

Dude, it went from 70 and spring-like in Louisville to 90 and humid, complete with swamp crotch, in less than a week, and from the looks of this week’s forecast it’s here to stay. Hello summer? I missed you, but I didn’t miss not being able to leave my house…

The Kentucky Gent, a men's fashion and life style blogger, in Levi's Denim Jacket, Kentucky for Kentucky Baseball Tee, H&M Skinny Jeans, and Steve Madden Troopah Boots.

Brewing

Denim jackets are just another reason Fall is the best season. Canadian tuxedos are a bit easier to pull off once the weather drops down a few degrees. When getting in touch with my Kentucky roots I try to pair my head to toe denim look with a graphic tee…

Kentucky For Kentucky

I’ve been posting bits and pieces of outfits here and there from Kentucky for Kentucky as I waited to find the perfect venue and photographer to bring an idea to life I had for the pieces they sent to me. I reached out to Kentucky for Kentucky in regards to…

The Kentucky Gent in Kentucky For Kentucky Y'All Tank Top, Zara Jeans, H&M Denim Shirt, Ray-Ban Wayfarers, J Shoes Boots

Denim Y’all

If you could see my day to day life here lately, you’d see that I’m hitting the denim on denim trend a little too hard. If that’s possible? It’s giving me serious spring fever though. Especially on sunny day days like this one. One of my favorite campaigns of late…

The Kentucky Gent in Kentucky For Kentucky Y'All Tank, Topman Camo Shorts, Ray-ban Wayfarers, Converse Chuck Taylors

Y’All

The weather was too good this weekend, too good to be true, as it is back to being a little chilly again today. So I’m glad I took full advantage of the warmer weather in shorts and a tank top. Mainly because this “Y’All” tank from Kentucky for Kentucky was…

The Kentucky Gent in Kentucky for Kentucky T-Shirt, Zara Jeans, Converse Chucks, and Ray-Ban Wayfarers

Heaven Must Be A Kentucky Kind Of Place

“Heaven Must Be A Kentucky Kind Of Place” is something I couldn’t of said better myself. I’d liken Kentucky┬áto heaven because unless you’ve been here before there isn’t really a way to describe it. You’re going to assume the worst, naturally, and think they we all still live on farms…