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Garbstore has struck upon a seemingly obvious yet revolutionary idea: why not sell a rain mac and an umbrella together? The larger half of this package deal is no ordinary mac, but a lightweight Ventile cotton piece made in collaboration with Private White V.C. And yes, it does have an umbrella pocket.
The knit blazer has been with us for some time, so why not the knit chore coat? Brooks Brothers got the cue and made this sweater chore jacket from ribbed knit cotton with a trinity of useful pockets
The horizontal stripe, contrast collar shirt—a longtime Phineas Cole staple—has been reinterpreted here as a luxe, long-sleeved polo made in Italy from crunchy linen.
Wear it under a navy blazer with tropical wool trousers as you would a dress shirt, or team it to drawstring waist shorts and espadrilles.
Sid Mashburn had the bright idea to swap out synthetics for rain-resistant English waxed cotton when it came to making this hooded track jacket.
Think of it as British countryside meets high school track meet.
Made from a lightweight cotton blend and featuring an elasticized waist, this Boglioli suit matches a tailored appearance with all the comforts of your favorite pajama set.
As such, it should be a shoo-in for your next long-haul business flight.
Remember that blue gingham shirt you surely owned during the summer of 2014? Think of this five-pocket linen chore coat from Drake’s as its much more interesting spiritual successor.
Faherty’s taken the color-blocked “fun” trend to new territory with these multicolored board shorts. Off-beach, match them to a simple white tee or striped polo—just not another fun shirt.
For yourself or someone else