Our sponsors make it possible for us to bring you content every day, so twice a month, we like to thank them for helping us keep the lights on.
Our first sponsor Ledbury is in the final weeks of their end-of-season sale. Take an extra 20% off already-discounted items in their sale section with the checkout code COOLDOWN. That brings their pants to $55, shorts to $47, and polos to $36. Their button-up shirts, for which they’re most known, start at $55. Made with a slightly lower second-button, to give a more appealing neckline, they have robust collar that stands-up on.
The Hanger Project is also having a big end-of-season sale. Included are a bunch of closeout items from A Suitable Wardrobe – Drake’s ties (notably some grenadines), Rubinacci pocket squares, Inis Meain sweaters, Merola gloves, and much, much more. Everything is 50% off, with an additional 10% off at checkout if you use the code 10SUMMER.
Although Chipp is most known for their affordable neckties, they also have a program for custom-made suspenders. Each pair is available in twenty-one different solid colors and four stripes. Customers then have the choice of choosing between two colors for the leather kips and two colors for the metal adjusters. The suspenders are hand cut in Chipp’s NYC atelier.
Gustin is re-running their popular loomstate denim this week. Loomstate, for those unfamiliar, is denim as it rolls off the loom – unwashed, unsinged, unskewed, and unsanforized. This allows the denim to have a little more character, which translates to slightly more unique fade patterns as the fabric ages. Note, unsanforized does mean you’ll have to account for shrinkage. You can refer to our guide here or contact Gustin.
Next, Proper Cloth just released their new Airtex shirts – a breathable, mesh-like weave designed for maximum breathability. They also have some business casual plaids starting at $95 and seersucker band-collar shirts for the weekend. All shirts are custom-made – either to your measurements, to your favorite shirt’s measurements, or to their standard patterns – with details chosen by you.
Lastly, we have a new sponsor here at Put This On! A warm welcome to Drake’s, which everyone knows for their ties, pocket squares, and scarves. In the last few years, they’ve been growing into a full menswear line, complete with sport coats, knitwear, shoes, and dress shirts. Their Irish linen button-down, for example, is made with a split yoke, brushed interlining, and whipped mother-of-pearl buttons. The fabric is enzyme washed to give it a softer feel.
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