Another cool take on a casual short sleeve shirt from White Mountaineering. A cotton oxford madras D flap shirt with detailing that really separates it from the usual suspects.
Monthly archives for May, 2012
The Carhartt Heritage line has something to look forward to for F/W 2012. The styles are universal: individualist and flattering.
From CDG Homme a light weight short sleeve check shirt. Phenomenal colors for summer.
A classic Levi’s Vintage style, this overhead shirt is based on a workwear silhouette from the 1920s. Made from a premium checked indigo cotton fabric with authentic detail and finish, this is a great archive re-issue.
The Penn shirt jacket may be the best piece from Engineered Garments this season. With a casual fit, great pockets and fabric means it’s ideal for wear on it’s own as well as a light weight jacket. Made with the same fabric as the fabled Birdshooter of Spring 2009, the Penn shirt offers functionality, a nice military reference and perfect color options.
The Samurai Indigo Dyed Short Sleeve Checked Shirt. An intriguingly simple yet classic shirt, well done.
The Viberg Old Oxford Two Tone Suede. Viberg exclusively makes Stitch Down and Nailed Down footwear, unlike most other boot manufacturers producing welted boots. These Oxfords are meant to take a beating and will last you countless years of wear and tear. The two tone sets them apart.
Having been quietly plying their trade since 1865, Shuron make some of the best looking sunglasses around, and take their name from their old Pinch-Nez glasses, which were known as Sure-On. Still made in the USA, they focus on classic styles, and many of their designs haven’t changed in over fifty years, in fact, in the fifties and sixties their Ronsir Zyl frame was the most popular frame in the USA, accounting for more than half of the glasses sold. As well as civvy-gear, Shuron also provided glasses for US soldiers in WW2.