Last Updated December, 2017.
Don’t follow fashion. Don’t buy into colors or seasons or brands just because they’re brands. Style doesn’t work like that. Style, like marriage, is something you work at, you develop, you grow into. Buy clothes for the long haul. Boots, jeans, a favorite jacket — there’s no shelf life there. The best clothes don’t dip and die with trends. They fit well, last long, and look better a little beat up. These are items that fit the bill.
Standard Adjustable Cap by Ebbets Field Flannels $69
Navy T-Shirt 2-Pack by Lady White Co. $99
Easyday Silk Tie by Drake’s $125
Hoodie by Reigning Champ $155
Merino Wool and Cashmere-Blend Beanie/strong> by Inis Meáin $100
Shearling-Lined Leather Gloves by Hestra $200
Denim Western Shirt by Kapital $250
1947 501 Denim Jeans by Levi’s Vintage Clothing $270
New Fisherman Chinos by Officine Generale $275
Cruiser Tin Cloth Jacket by Filson $350
Wide Belt by B?le $353
Denim Jacket by OrSlow $430
Livingston Sunglasses by Max Pittion $465
Gloucester Wingtip Oxford by The Armoury $495
Shawl-Collar Cardigan by The Workers Club $555
Service Boots by Viberg $720
Cotton Ventile Ripstop Raincoat by Private White V.C. $845
Perfecto Jacket by Schott $860
Navy Silk and Linen-Blend Blazer by Boglioli $1,250
Herringbone Wool Coat by Massimo Alba $1,470
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