Every single day, our Style team filters through millions upon millions of style articles, clothing pieces, collection launches, brand parties, blogger fads, runway shows, fashion shoots, lookbooks and many, many more stimuli to stay on top of what’s hot in men’s fashion. In spite of all that noise, we’ll keep things simple here: just four things we’re into right now, updated each week.
Granted Official Grateful Dead Marching Bear Sweater
Hand-knit in British Columbia, this Cowichan-style sweater features the iconic Grateful Dead marching bears. The sweater is made from pure new wool, and features a two-way YKK zipper, a wooden zipper pull and raglan-sleeve construction. It’s the perfect weight for the cooler months, and, for a hand-knit sweater, you can’t beat the price.
Ro To To Teasel Socks “Outlast”
These variegated socks are a great option to upgrade your daily wear. They’re made in Japan from a hard-wearing blend of acrylic, wool, nylon and poly. That means they’ll look good for a long time, and will give your current threadbare pair a much-needed rest.
Crown & Buckle Supreme NATO
As NATOs have caught on as an aftermarket strap option for watch enthusiasts, watch brands have taken notice and offered their own high-quality versions of the utilitarian strap for, well, loads of money. Crown & Buckle’s latest strap brings the strap into high-end territory too, but does so without the high-end price. The densely-woven nylon has a texture and durability not dissimilar to a seatbelt and has edges cut with an ultrasonic machine for a burr-free construction. The sleek, squared-off keepers and buckle are great additions as well.
PS by Paul Smith Wool-Blend Coat
A camel topcoat is a versatile winter staple simply because it looks just as good paired with jeans and a sweatshirt as it does shielding your suit from the elements. This piece from Paul Smith has a classic, single-breast fit. It’s made from a soft wool-nylon-cashmere blend and adorned with horn buttons.
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