Glimpsed at Load of Fun: Aaron Jones

Aaron Jones, 24, is a menswear designer for his own IROCKFOX line. So it's no surprise the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100603011100" title="Fells Point" href="/topic/us/maryland/baltimore-county/baltimore/fells-point-PLGEO100100603011100.topic">Fells Point</a> resident shows lots of personal style, even when dressed casually for the Station North Arts District's Final Final Friday event at the Load of Fun Gallery. Jones loves to layer, as he demonstrates with a gray Hanes T-shirt from <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSTB000070" title="Walmart" href="/topic/services-shopping/walmart-ORSTB000070.topic">Walmart</a> under a gray-blue Gap thermal. Those were under a burgundy and white gingham Western style snap-front shirt from the Levi's store, which was under a favorite hooded sleeveless Todays News denim jacket he found at a thrift store. They were all paired with some low-rise 501 Levi's jeans, and his "go-to" brown Doc Martens from Journeys Shoes. Jones says he picked up the black knit wool cap at "some corner store," and his Jagermeister key chain and lanyard was a give-away at a bar. It all adds up to a style that"s "very rugged and carefree."

( Karl Merton Ferron, Baltimore Sun / December 30, 2011 )

Aaron Jones, 24, is a menswear designer for his own IROCKFOX line. So it's no surprise the Fells Point resident shows lots of personal style, even when dressed casually for the Station North Arts District's Final Final Friday event at the Load of Fun Gallery. Jones loves to layer, as he demonstrates with a gray Hanes T-shirt from Walmart under a gray-blue Gap thermal. Those were under a burgundy and white gingham Western style snap-front shirt from the Levi's store, which was under a favorite hooded sleeveless Todays News denim jacket he found at a thrift store. They were all paired with some low-rise 501 Levi's jeans, and his "go-to" brown Doc Martens from Journeys Shoes. Jones says he picked up the black knit wool cap at "some corner store," and his Jagermeister key chain and lanyard was a give-away at a bar. It all adds up to a style that"s "very rugged and carefree."

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