Perhaps the folks at San Francisco’s menswear mecca Unionmade are feeling a bit generous after yet another Giants World Series win, because they’ve just quietly put hundreds of items on sale at up to 90% off this morning.
London Collections: Men wrapped yesterday, and while you (or the people you follow on Instagram) head south to Florence for Pitti, we’ve put together a recap of the very best Insta-moments from this year’s SS15 collections.
The trick to spring-summer dressing is pretty much the opposite of fall-winter: the less layers, the better.
And one way to remove a layer while still pulling off a tailored look is to opt for an unlined blazer—preferably in the airiest weave you can find.
The giveaway of a good unlined blazer is the taped seams (our bearded friend here is doing a good job of demonstrating this, by showing the neon-taped interior of his blazer). Most blazers don’t have finished seams because they’ll never see the light of day once the lining has been sewn in. It’s a neat trick—the taped seams—but mostly a good sign of what you should be looking for in a lightweight blazer.
In case you came away from the holidays with a few nagging desires, Superdenim is having a late December blowout with more than a few objects of desire. And as always, anyone ordering from outside the UK will be paying the tax-free price.
Just because it’s getting warmer is no reason to give up on sweaters entirely.
The trick is finding one that manages to be just as cozy and layerable without being quite so warm. This one comes from Margaret Howell (who, by the way, has a pretty amazing house), and it pulls off the trick by weaving linen stripes into the usual wool—resulting in a thick-but-breathable blend that should be wearable well into May.