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As we move to multi-layered weather, Suitable fabric is pulling something out of hibernation. Teton felt fabrics are made to their measure Available in traditional and modern plaid colors, such as pine green and glossy gray, or berry red and navy blue. As with all true’s shirts, you can order these using company stock or tailor-made to your body or best-fit shirt measurements. your. For something like their felt, we recommend pairing it with a more casual configuration: round chest pockets, soft front paneling, and Right Cloth’s soft button-down collar style. Remember you can always sample almost any of their fabrics. The watch models cost as little as $1, but this will count towards the store’s credit, so if you end up ordering a shirt, the watch model is made for free.

If you are looking for an alternative to jeans, Suitable Fabrics also have some new products Mole leather pants in their five-pocket pattern. These super soft 5-pocket pants feature a suede-like finish. You can wear them casually with one of the aforementioned Teton felt fabrics, New cashmere beanieand picnic jackets, or use them to help put on a matching t-shirt.

Last month, the The New York Times posted a post about how men dress when they return to the office. For all the speculation about the end of office dress codes, it turns out, people are dressing like they were before the pandemic: shirt skirts, breeches, and non-athletic shoes. This uniform conveys a sense of professionalism and credibility — the things you want to show off on the job — but also exudes an air of slim casualness.

If you want a little twist on your style, but don’t want to wear a tailored jacket, consider wearing a patterned cardigan. Ledbury There’s a new batch of waffle cables and cords that will add visual interest to any outfit. In addition, the fake collars with buttons and zippers will make your face more beautiful than the merino’s plunging and v-necks that dominate every office these days. These sweaters are made from oversized merino, cotton, sheep’s wool, and cashmere blends; totally fashionable, so they have fewer seams to break; and made in Italy.

Not everyone feels comfortable wearing a sports jacket, but they also may not have the freedom to wear more interesting casual clothes at the office. A little more fun, patterned sweaters like these help you push the fine line between professionalism and personal style.

Have you ever wondered why cashmere is so expensive? On a basic level, that’s because cashmere costs more money to produce. Unlike wool, which is obtained from sheep, cashmere comes from cashmere goats, which are mainly found in colder regions outside of Mongolia, China and Afghanistan. While a sheep can produce 3kg of wool per year, a cashmere goat will only give you 200g. For a scarf, that could mean the yield of a cashmere goat; for a sweater, it can have between five and ten goats. Furthermore, while sheep are usually sheared, cashmere goats are often groomed to remove the soft, wintery undercoat we call cashmere. Brushing takes place once a year in the spring.

A proper cashmere sweater will usually retail for around $400 or more. That’s because fine cashmere yarns are spun from long strands of metal wool, which makes the yarns more elastic and more resistant to clumping. Also, quality manufacturers will knit dense sweaters (cheaper manufacturers knit multiple sweaters to save materials).

Our Sponsors Wolves and goats just received the first seasonal shipment of pure cashmere and cashmere blends. The round neck pullovers are made entirely in Italy from start to finish using Cariaggi yarn (one of Italy’s suppliers of this precious yarn). They come in 12-gauge construction and come in four colors: black, yellow, white, and red. And while they retail for around $400, Wolf vs. Goat offers a 50% discount to all Rewards Members (effectively reducing these to wholesale costs).

At this point, hopefully you’ve got a drawer filled with calf-length navy blue socks. Those are socks you can wear with any tailor-made outfit: a suit or sports jacket, trousers of any color. But if you want to add some variety, consider pine greens and subdued yellows. Those colors are secure enough for the office, but will add a bit of surprise to a sophisticated outfit. Pine greens look at home with fall tones like dark brown, while subdued yellows go with lighter colors like rocks.

Dapper Classics’ The pine green and soft yellow socks are made in the family-owned, third generation factory in North Carolina, like all their other socks. They are made of the highest quality, comparable to the most premium Western European brands. The company uses a 200-needle counter and fine fibers such as chemically impregnated cotton (which improves gloss and dye absorption). The sock is then finished with hand-bonded seams, so you don’t get bumpy toes. Since Dapper Classics does not import their socks from abroad, customers end up paying no international shipping and taxes. That results in a lower overall price – about 33% lower than their competitors without sacrificing anything in terms of quality.

Chipp was a long-time Ivy-era tailor who wore suits like JFK and Andy Warhol, and since they’d been all over New York’s garment district forever, they also had access to a number of tailors. The city’s best tailor. If you’re in NYC, they can make you tailor-made garments, but for those who shop online, they also have both ready-to-wear and made-to-order accessories. For example, their standard lanyards measure 3.25″ x 58″, but they can also shorten, lengthen, widen, or narrow the lanyards for as little as $10. To order, visit their website and order one of the 60″ or 62″ lanyards. Then, in the comments, specify exactly what you want (say, a 3″ x 60″ tie). Turnaround time for custom orders is two weeks. And like everything Chipp sells, these are made entirely in NYC.

It’s election season! Not just for our political system, but for shopping on Long Island. Our friends at LuxeSwap run a consignment store on NY’s Long Island, where they sell men’s clothing, women’s luxury clothing, and even some home furniture. And they can use your help. Currently, Bethpage is running a “Best of Long Island” voting contest, where people can vote for their favorite store. If LuxeSwap has ever done anything for you — selling you something beautiful, helping you get rid of unwanted clothes, or even just turning you into a brand you didn’t know about before — go consider supporting a small business and vote for them.

They’re currently nominated in three categories: Best Men’s Suit, Best Savings/Consignment, and Best Vintage. From now until December 15, you can vote once a day for each category. Last year, they won’t be profitable, so they can use all the help they can get. You can visit Savings/deposit page here and Suits / Vintage page here. Vote early and often!


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