Shopping can be a painful experience. You're often scouring racks of clothing to find what you need — and don't get us started on the misery of trying things on in crowded dressing rooms. Onsloe is here to change your attitude on shopping (if, like us, you have a negative one). With customizable clothing curated in New York City, Onsloe is unlike any other company in the market. The brand is redefining the industry to build a better world by providing thoughtfully sourced, limited-edition and made-to-order pieces.


Because Onsloe makes its clothing to order, you have the ability to make it your own with customizable options. Whether it’s changing a pocket or collar, adding a monogram or picking the right inseam length, Onsloe provides a unique look, fit and feel for all.


The garments are also one of a select few that will ever be made — guaranteeing each piece you buy is a unique staple in your wardrobe. You won't have to worry about showing up to the holiday party accidentally matching your co-worker. Not only will your wardrobe be unique, but this process eliminates wasteful over-production that all too often ends up in landfills.

Thoughtfully Sourced

Each Onsloe item is made from thoughtfully and responsibly sourced fabrics from around the world. From the oldest looms just outside of Osaka to one of the last remaining vertical woolen mills in Great Britain, each fabric is carefully and considerably chosen.

Don't know where to start? Check out some classics below and don't forget to make them your own.

Deaton Herringbone Blazer in Light Brown

Brandon Bakus
man in suit
Glen Allsop

Designed with a slim, modern cut, this coat is made from a blend of Italian cotton and wool in a light brown herringbone pattern. Customize this blazer to your liking, with short, regular or long options, patch or welt pockets, single or double vent and monogramming. This versatile blazer is perfect for your formal outings this fall.

Price: $495


Abner Crombie Coat in Navy

navy coat
Brandon Bakus
man buttoning suit
Glen Allsop

The Crombie coat became popular in the 1960s and has been beloved by the likes of Sir Winston Churchill and The Beatles. Onsloe's version of the infamous overcoat comes in a three-quarter length with a velvet collar in a striking green color. Made from incredibly rich and soft wool, this coat will keep you looking sharp and feeling warm as the temperature drops.

Price: $595