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My Style: Marty Martinez

The founder of Social Revolt Agency on his classic approach, and the importance of denim for a man on the move.
By D CEO |
jill broussard

What I do…
“I am the founder and CEO of Social Revolt, a full-service boutique digital marketing agency based in Dallas. Our clients range across a wide spectrum, anything from large national brands to small and midsize businesses. Though working with lifestyle, restaurant, and retail brands is the core of our business, we have been fortunate enough to get involved in some large global social-cause initiatives like the March For Science and The Equality March, where our team was responsible for leading the digital and social media strategy. Each day at the office is uniquely different. Business aside, by far the most important thing I do on a daily basis is challenging and empowering my team to be the best they can be and I feel so lucky to have such an amazing team.”

Who is your style icon?
“My style is influenced from different brands’ aesthetics and their influencers, such as Todd Snyder and Eleventy. If I had to name drop, Nick Wooster and his iconic street-style is dope along with Aleks Musika and Luca Rubinacci, and I like them all for different reasons.”

How does your work influence what you wear?
“As an entrepreneur, I’m always on the go, whether it’s meetings with clients, exploring new opportunities, or producing
large-scale events, so my style is really versatile. A good pair of denim is essential. On a typical day in the office, you can find me in a blazer and button-up paired with a pair of casual slacks and my leather monk straps.”

What inspires your style choices?
“Versatility, necessity, and functionality incite what I look for first. Dallas has a bold style and rather than looking for what’s on-trend, I like to keep it classic yet modern. Before purchasing I ask myself: How and where will I wear it? How many uses will I get out of it? Is it something I can add to my wardrobe that will broaden my outfit selection?”

How would you describe your style?
“I’d say my style is modern, with a classic approach. The pieces in my closet are timeless rather than trendy.”

What do you never leave home without?
“My portable phone charger. My friends and coworkers make fun of me because I am the guy who has a backup charger for his backup charger.”

Favorite Store?
“Stanley Korshak” 

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