Nice clothes are annoyingly expensive nowadays. I often wish I could buy things at the prices I used to complain about five years ago.
Some things remain affordable though. Our advertiser Gustin has raw selvedge jeans for about $70, Stan Ray has fatigues for $80, and Pointer’s chore coats are still one of the best outerwear options for under $100. Made in USA from cotton duck canvas and Cone denim, they’re handsome, simple, and durable.
They’re also on sale at the moment with prices starting as low as $65 (which is about a third of the price Brooks Brothers is charging for shirts alone). Be sure to browse around the site, as not everything is included in the sale section. Their most popular jacket – the brown point-collar coat – is priced at $84 (down from $120). For inspiration on how to wear these, browse Google Images.