Every day, our team filters through hundreds 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.
MR P. Garment-Dyed T-Shirt
“Yes, $85 is a lot to spend on a t-shirt, but this has the makings of a long-lasting wardrobe staple. Included in Mr Porter’s growing Mr P. collection, it’s cut from a soft garment-dyed mélange cotton-jersey and features side slits and a chest pocket. Better yet, it comes in an excellent forest green, adding a dose of color to your wardrobe while remaining completely dignified.” — Andrew Connor
Anonymous Ism Mélange Socks
“Forget what the haters say and pair some socks with your sandals. With the right thickness, it’s warm the winter and breathable in the spring, plus it’s a touch bohemian. Whether you wear Birkenstocks or Tevas, my recommendation is the same: invest in socks with a bit of texture, like this pair from Anonymous Ism in Japan. And, because it’s a cotton-blend, it’s easy to wash.” — John Zientek
Best Made Co. Solid Indigo Reinforced Thermal Jacket
“This is the ideal jacket for transitional weather. Its outer shell is made from 13-ounce Japanese indigo canvas that’s unwashed (so it will change with age) and it has a thermal waffle lining, meaning you don’t have to worry about layering in cooler weather.” — Andrew Connor
Free and Easy Don’t Trip Washed Hat
“Your go-to hat doesn’t have to be stuffy or serious. Have a little fun with your daily accessories and check out this washed example from the California brand Free and Easy. It has the phrase ‘Don’t Trip’ embroidered across the front and it’s made in Los Angeles.” — John Zientek
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