The JackThreads Tryouts program allows you to pay nothing to try things on

Although shopping online is great, it can be frustrating. If it’s a brand you’re not familiar with, choosing a size can feel like a gamble.

Maybe you like a bunch of stuff or want to see what will look best with what’s already in your closet, but don’t have the cash to lay down to try everything you’d like.

JackThreads has a new program that solves all of those issues. It’s called JT TryOuts and it works like this. Choose the items you like, add them to your cart, pay nothing (not even shipping), upon delivery you have a week to decide what to keep, send back what you don’t like and pay to keep what you do.

I recently tried out – no pun intended – the service to help augment my summer outfits at the pool, for vacation, and date nights with Robin.

1. Pool Day

jack threads tryout

2. Tropical Vacation

jack threads tryout

3. Date Night

jack threads tryout

Even though I’ve hated on the flat lay before, I do like a good one. Styling them is fun and no matter how effortless the final results look, a lot of work goes into getting it just right.

While they’re nice to look at, haven’t you always wondered how they would look when actually worn? Here’s our date night photo from above IRL with just one substitution.

jack threads tryout

jack threads tryout

| WEARING | JackThreads blazer, sweater and shirt, J.Crew jeans, Ray-Ban sunglasses, Cartier watch, Robert Wayne shoes | FLAT LAY STYLING | by Brian Sacawa | PHOTOGRAPHY | by Rob McIver Photo

After seeing the street style photos from Pitti this year, a casual observer may infer that men have completely lost their minds. I wouldn’t blame anyone for thinking that. So it’s good to remember once in a while that you don’t have to go overboard to make an impression. Simple is always stylish.

For a casual date on a breezy summer night, all you need is a great v-neck sweater, button-down oxford shirt, jeans and a pair of suede cap toes. Take a blazer not for you, but to give to your girl if she gets chilly.

jack threads tryout

jack threads tryout

Thanks for reading.

Stylishly Yours,

Brian Sacawa
He Spoke Style

This post is sponsored by JackThreads. The opinions expressed herein are mine alone and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of JackThreads.


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