Athletic Issue – Frank & Oak

(all text in burgundy is clickable, as well as the pictures)

Frank & Oak aka the brand that has taken over Men’s Style Pro, has released their athletic issue for the month of May. Don’t go into this looking for knee-high socks and wrist bands, Frank & Oak is paying homage to the old-school American collegiate style, with a bit of modern flair. Expect bold colors, sporty windbreaker jackets, rep ties, ringer style t-shirts, braided belts and more. It is excited to see meteoric rise of Frank & Oak in such a short span of time. Remember all of these pieces are $50 or less, so it would be wise to stock up.

The injection of bold colors into this May line may be the highlight of this campaign for me. Check out the windbreaker in a fire-engine red and some t-shirts in non-grey colors. Don’t think of these clothes as your kick around gym wear, use the book Take Ivy as your style reference.

Here are a few shots from their campaign and a few of my favorite pieces from this month’s inventory.

My Favorite Pieces from Frank & Oak‘s May – Athletic Issue





Be sure to visit Frank & Oak and sign up (it’s FREE). Follow Frank & Oak on Twitter @FrankandOak.

Sabir @MensStylePro


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Categories: Brands To Watch, Men's Gym Style, Men's Style, Spring Mens Style, Style Collaboration

Author:Sabir M. Peele

Founder & Creative Director of menswear style & lifestyle blog Sabir serves as an independent brand consulting working with brands like GQ, AskMen, Indochino & Z Zegna (among others). Selected as #GQFall Best Dressed in 2013 & one of Esquire Magazine Best Dressed Real Men in America in 2010. Follow @MensStylePro on Instagram/Facebook/Twitter. Email with your inquiries.

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4 Comments on “Athletic Issue – Frank & Oak”

  1. Dominic
    May 2, 2012 at 9:30 PM #

    I left you my review on the shirt I received from Frank and Oak in your email Sabir.

    I’m on the fence about purchasing from them again. I wasn’t blown away at the shirt but wasn’t disappointed in it as well.

    • May 2, 2012 at 10:37 PM #

      Hi Dominic,

      Did you send it to Sorry to hear that your shirt wasnt up to standards.

      – Sabir

      • Dominic
        May 4, 2012 at 8:51 AM #

        I did. I replied to a previous email. The shirt is just ok, nothing a little extra alternation can’t fix.

  2. Dominic Sattaur
    May 6, 2012 at 1:03 AM #

    Finally wore the shirt. It’s actually not that bad, a little alteration is needed but LOVE the color and pattern. Great spring/summer shirt.

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