Scott Safford, the husband of Rebecca (recently featured on this blog), is always well-dressed, with a defined personal style. Scott shows Tucson men how to look good without too much fuss–keeping things simple, comfortable, and affordable.
When he is not sporting a Trader Joe’s Hawaiian shirt (he’s a “captain”, or store manager), Scott typically wears t-shirts from local shows or breweries and cotton button downs (preferably with snaps). These khaki flat front pants and a preppy plaid shirt can be considered Tucson business casual. Flip flops are a must for summer. Scott likes bold colors and patterns (he drives a bright red Mini Cooper). Scott has lived in Tucson for over 10 years and loves the sleepy summers after the sun goes down. A self proclaimed minimalist, which is reflected in his style, he does not buy clothes often. But knows what he likes when he sees it – such as a recent purchase of a simple V-neck tee at Buffalo Exchange.
Scott, like his wife, seeks unique handmade accessories. He’s wearing a belt made by a friend of his, and features the Tap & Bottle initials–so subtle, so cute!