Want Your Man To Dress Like Chuck Bass? Now He Can, Thanks To J. Press & Urban Outfitters!

Wed, November 17, 2010 1:36pm EST by 1 Comment

Classic menswear label and Chuck Bass fave J. Press is collaborating with Urban Outfitters — and the line is now available!

The Upper East Side’s favorite bad boy is known for his bold fashion choices as much as his outrageous antics. Chuck (Ed Westwick) tends to mix traditional preppy clothes from designers like Ralph Lauren Purple Label with pops of color — and he always knows just how to accessorize, like with his signature patchwork scarf. When I found out the scarf was designed by J. Press I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it, but considering it’s hundreds of dollars and was back-ordered for months I had to let go of my dream to have a little bit of Chuck hanging in my closet — until now!

J. Press, a label known for its exquisite tailoring and distinguished designs collaborated with the more affordable brand Urban Outfitters, making it that much easier to look like Chuck. So, what can you expect, (aside from prints and preppy basics), from the menswear line? According to Urban Outfitters, the collection will include “Solid and striped oxfords, slim-fit pants, a Black Watch tartan golf jacket, and a wool vest, alongside several collegiate accessories such as a Dartmouth scarf, Princeton tie, and Cornell belt.” Hmmm… sounds exactly like Chuck’s style to me!

So, if you’re an aspiring Blair Waldorf who wants her man to look more like Chuck, you’re in luck — the line is finally available, just in time for the holidays! Even though you won’t find any paisley robes in the selection, you can still shop away. In fact, I’ve already ordered the patchwork vest.

It’s obvious I’m thrilled about the collaboration, but what do you guys think? Would you want your boyfriend to dress more like Chuck? VOTE!

Spencer Cain

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Bob Sanders

Posted at 8:22 AM on November 5, 2012  

Is the line still available. I couldn’t find anything.

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