• Engineered Garments

    Cruiser Jacket

    Engineered Garments presents its take on the classic Cruiser Jacket, crafted from heavy winter-weight wool sure to keep you warm this season. Features include a high stance collar with a button-throat tab, reinforced elbows, adjustable cuffs, as well as load of pockets.


    Brown Argyle Mohair Cardigan

    Besides sporting a color combo that's just perfect for hiding Thanksgiving food stains, this cardigan by FUCT's premium SSDD line is made of a soft and cozy Mohair blend fabric, making it an excellent layering piece.

  • O.A.M.C.

    Jahn Shirt

    O.A.M.C. updated the classic white dress shirt with striking wool camouflage details. Additional features include Mother of Pearl buttons and a chest pocket.

  • Bleu de Paname

    Standard Pants

    Expertly made in France from a lightweight cotton twill, Blue de Paname's Standard Pants are the perfect blend between traditional workwear and contemporary design. They offer a slimmed-down fit, in addition to wooden buttons, and two front and two back pockets.

  • Andersons

    Brown Woven Belt

    From Andersons comes this expertly made in Italy belt. The woven detailing kicks things up a notch without becoming too flashy or pretentious.

  • Clarks x Gloverall

    Desert Duffle Boot

    Storied English shoemaker Clarks teamed up with Gloverall to remix both brands' iconic staples - the Desert Boot and the Duffle Coat. A fitting and cozy pair for the holiday season.

Weekly Outfit November, 27 2013

The Weekly Outfit: Thanksgiving Dinner

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Another seasonal holiday, another formal family occasion that requires you to step up the conservatism of your usual outfit in order to please and respect your elders. But don’t see this as a bad thing – enjoy the excuse to wear something a bit classier, a bit less revealing, a bit less whatever it is it means to smarten up for your family. It’s about time you did anyway. We went that one step further with our Weekly Outfit and drew inspiration from the traditional dishes of a Thanksgiving dinner. Because, surprisingly, Thanksgiving sweaters don’t exist in the same capacity as Christmas jumpers, so we’re here to provide you with an alternative.