We write our site out of a love for men’s clothing and style, but it’s nice when companies come and support what we do. So, twice a month, we like to give them a special shoutout.
Our first sponsor Ledbury specializes in men’s dress shirts, although in the past few years, they’ve also grown to carry knitwear, sport coats, and all sorts of accessories. Their shirts are known for two details – a robust collar that won’t collapse underneath your sport coat, and a slightly lowered second button to give you a better looking collar line.
Next, The Hanger Project acquired A Suitable Wardrobe a few weeks ago, and on their sister site, they have wallets, belts, and watch straps made from “Russian reindeer leather” – a 200+ year old leather that was once found in a sunken ship at the bottom the Plymouth Sound. When the hides were recovered, many of the best pieces were given to GJ Cleverley. They’ve not only turned the leather into shoes, but also a range of accessories, which are available at A Suitable Wardrobe.
Chipp is an old American clothier who used to dress men like JFK during the heydays of Ivy Style. They still offer custom (and ready-to-wear) clothing in their NYC store, but for online customers, they have classic neckties, bow ties, and suspenders. The ties are handmade in NYC and offered at exceptionally low prices. Their Italian grenadines, for example, are the most affordable around at $55 a piece.
Meanwhile, Gustin is reintroducing their minimalist sneakers. Included are some all-white and all-black versions, as well as a rustic Dublin leather from Horween. Dublin is a veg-tan, pull-up leather that has a slightly firmer feel than Chromexcel. Its color will darken with use and wear, but it’ll always retain a sort of rustic, “natural” feel.
Finally, our thanks go out to Proper Cloth and Private White VC. Proper Cloth just launched several new plaid fabrics, including some flannels that start at $85 and a few exclusive designs they did with Canclini. Private White VC, meanwhile, just put up a gift guide for all your last-minute holiday shopping.
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