J. Crew visual merchandiser Tony Broussard has a thing for the vintage-American-workwear look. “The aesthetic of the ’40s, ’50s, and ’60s is just very, very cool,” he told our cameras, while wearing a chambray shirt, tweed jacket, vintage accessories, and the coolest pair of Frye boots we’ve seen in a while. Equally impressive as Broussard’s defined personal aesthetic is his attention to detail: He sewed the buttons on his tweed jacket in three colored threads. Check out the video to find out more about his style and where he shops.