A big, hearty thanks to our sponsors this month.
Our first sponsor Ledbury is most known for their shirts, but they also have a full line of accessories. Included are socks and ties, which have been made in Como, Italy. The socks have a bit of color without going overboard, while selection of ties includes strong stripes and subtle patterns (pictured above are some grenadine-like fabrics). They also have a collection of pocket squares, where they’ve used bolder patterns (including some retro-inspired designs).
The Hanger Project specializes in high-end wooden hangers. Their hangers for suits and sport coats are specially flared at the shoulders, which helps keep the three-dimensional shaping of your tailored jackets. Their trousers hangers also have felted bars – rather than clamp down bars – which hold your pants without setting in unwanted creases.
Paul Winston over at Chipp Neckwear continues to offer some of the lowest prices around for neckwear. In addition to his ancient madders for fall and silk Matkas for summer, he also has Italian knit ties you can wear year round. A little floppier and more casual, they designed to be worn with tweed sport coats, linen suits, and navy blazers.
Gustin is expanding their footwear line this week. In addition to their minimalist sneakers, they’re also going to have a line of workboots. Made in the USA from Chicago’s Horween leather, they’ll be classically styled and Goodyear welted.
Finally, our thanks to Proper Cloth and Private White VC. Proper Cloth just launched a new range of fabrics that they custom developed with Grandi & Rubinelli (a high-end Italian mill). Lots of business casual, two-ply end-on-ends and conservative checks. Private White VC, meanwhile, is staring to release their fall/ winter collection. Included are some belted, motorcycle-inspired outerwear, insulated bomber jackets, and pebbled grained boots made in collaboration with Cheaney.
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