Levi’s Vintage Clothing 1930’s Bay Meadow Tee
we all know, good basics aren’t so easy to come by. The 1930’s Bay Meadow Tee from Levi’s Vintage Clothing is one of those pieces. It claims to be “the original American t-shirt”, has a front pocket and is made from 100% cotton. Perfect for everyday wear and just simply should be in every guy’s closet.. or drawer.
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Jack Spade Jackson Buffalo Check Shirt, $295
everyday layering piece from Jack Spade. The Jackson Buffalo Check Shirt has a 100% cotton outer fabric and a 60/40 cotton nylon lining. And, just in case you aren’t totally sold by the buffalo check print, it’s got corduroy elbow patches. This is one of those pieces that is totally classic and versatile – a lightweight jacket one week and a layer under a sweater two weeks later.
Photo: Jack Spade
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Human Made Brown Duck Work Pants
pant for fall/winter. The Duck Work Pant is from the Japanese brand Human Made, a vintage-inspired line whose collection consists of classic pieces with modern details. This anything-but-basic pant is made from cotton canvas and has a tonal stripe on the outside of the leg. It’s available at oki-ni, a store that carries a great mix of established and emerging brands. Huge fan of the rich caramel color, which goes with a ton and apparently they’re super comfortable. The combination of practicality and style pretty much guarantees a lot of wear. A great piece for everyday.
Alsolete Striped Cross Overalls
the Mediterranean way of life. Barcelona designer, Marta Gambús created kids’ brand, alsolete in 2000 using 100% cotton/cotton-lycra fabrics and an exclusive color palette (which pretty much all pieces from the collection are available in). Gambús’ collection is sold online and throughout Europe – it’s modern, simple and totally cool. The entire lookbook is so strong, but here are a couple of the hardest to resist.. okay, so maybe the styling’s not so horrible either!
Alsolete Short Sleeve Shirt & Striped Thai Trousers
Alsolete T-Layer Shirt & Afgan Trousers