Wednesday, March 4, 2009

A strong case for chambray




I couldn't resist reposting this right away. Saw this featured on men.style.com. This is the Woolrich Woolen Mills' trail shirt, available on Context Clothing.

Designed by Daiki Suzuki, this chambray shirt just can't have one pocket too many. With detailing, what's ordinary becomes sublime.

Everyone is on the hunt for authentic Americana these days. Woolrich Woolen Mills designer Daiki Suzuki could be credited with starting the fire. Cut and sewn in the USA, Woolrich Woolen Mills rip-stop jackets, chambray shirts, and cotton vests are highlights of this season's collection. These garments are inspired by vintage Field and Stream and are created with the rugged man in mind - wear, wash, and hang them to dry.

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