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We’ve long championed the idea of wearing a daily uniform that reflects your personal style, and Old St. Nick has been doing it for centuries (luckily, this is the only time of year you can get away with a red velvet suit).
But the fine folks at Joint London imagined what Papa Noel might wear if he woke up this holiday season in a style rut and decided to try on some Alexander Wang, or Saint Laurent, or Martin Margeila…
Lately, we’ve been noticing an interesting new trend developing: a few of our favorite tipple-makers have been teaming up with some menswear labels to handsome results.
It all started when we heard Johnnie Walker was teaming up with Harris Tweed Hebrides to make scotch-infused tweed. Then they launched a pair of Blake-stitched brogues. Then Cutty Sark commissioned a pair of minimalist leather sneakers. Then Boodles Gin unveiled a handsome new line of extra-fine merino scarves… and suddenly a new trend was born.
It’s tough enough just wading through the flood of holiday party invitations this time of year, let alone deciphering their dress codes.
Fair Isle has always been one of the better holiday-themed knits, but if you’re worried the pattern might read too loud in sweater form, we’d suggest opting for the knit tie version.
It’s still got all the festivity without sticking out like a sore thumb in a room full of suits and ties.
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