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In Detail – 8/28/2012

It’s been far too long, and I’m sorry. Thanks everyone for giving me a hard time about not posting, it’s sort of given me some motivation to go back at it. Shout out to Shane for helping me get these Workaday Corduroys for a steal, I’m really digging the quality and fit of them. I have an obsession with chambray, so I picked up an older season Engineered Garments Miner Shirt to sort of give me another shirt in rotation for when my chambray work shirt is waiting to be washed. The fit is pretty similar and the details are completely different. Reinforced elbow all the way down to the cuff, tons of pocket space, and a chin strap button. Sawtooth stitching on the collar as well. The vest is a Post O’alls Royal Cruzer vest, which needs no words.



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Something Different: Pop-up Flea

The Pop-up Flea takes place once a year, in the heart of New York City. Putting tons of amazing American heritage brands together in the same room and allowing people to come see, touch, and try on their products. When you’re spending good money on an item, you want to make sure it fits right, and it feels right – this is what is so great about the flea. I missed out last year, so I told myself I wouldn’t make the same mistake again. The trip was totally worth every penny. Shaking hands with some of the guys who inspired Simple Threads was really great. Enjoy the photos.


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