Roll up your sleeves and get to work with this outstanding Taylor Stitch shirt.
Folks, if you haven’t caught on yet … it’s still winter. It’s still cold. And it’s still a struggle to get through the nasty weather, even with some of the best men’s style essentials on tap. However, we’ll push through. We’re taking a versatile and wide-ranging look at all the classic menswear and home goods you need to refresh your January, from a classic Oxford shirt from Taylor Stitch (shown above!) to a new, stylish leather watch … that’s just a quick start. So, read on, gear up for January, then let me know what you think on Twitter.
A pleasingly textured shirt for all your winter weekend adventures.
It’s very, very difficult to misstep when wearing a classic Oxford shirt, especially from Taylor Stitch. And this shirt has plenty going for it, from the corded cotton texture to the tailored fit. It’s a winning shirt to wear with the brand’s slim chinos, and perhaps stylish leather dress shoes. That’s a fitting way to keep winter rolling, if you ask me.
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Martenero Kerrison Watch — $595
The right watch for nearly any occasion — agreed?
How are you accessorizing your classic Oxford shirt? Why, with a uniquely stylish leather watch from Martenero, of course. The Martenero Kerrison Watch is beautiful and yet rugged, all at once. The perfect everyday timepiece? You decide.
Nomad Rugged Folio iPhone Case — $60
A handsome, functional leather phone case.
Shouldn’t your leather phone case be as dependable and stylish as the rest of your men’s style essentials? Nomad is doing things the right way here.
Peregrine Hudson Aran Jumper — $144
A classic sweater that’s going to keep you warm all winter.
Utterly timeless and made the old-fashioned way, this classic winter sweater from Peregrine is the maybe the best winter sweater to wear when it’s almost too cold to fetch more firewood from outside. Not anymore, folks.
“Let’s Go (So We Can Get Back)” by Jeff Tweedy — $28
A worthwhile read featuring an indie rock legend.
The man behind indie rock legends Wilco has quite the life story — “Let’s Go (So We Can Get Back)” is a fascinating tome and deserves a spot on your bookshelf.
Revtown Sharp Denim — $75
A classic pair of denim, blending comfort and style.
Revtown does things the right way, to say the least. We’re talking slim denim in versatile washes, with neat details like contrast stitching. Cuff them and wear ’em with your favorite pair of leather boots.
A comfortable flannel shirt for whatever winter throws at you.
Knickerbocker Mfg. Co Crewneck Fleece — $105
Patagonia Insulated Fjord Flannel Jacket — $169
A reliable layer from a very reliable brand.
Viberg Service Boots — $699
Some of the best boots your money can buy.
Finisterre Geevor Trousers — $92.98
These tough trousers should become a winter staple.
Certainly, the most stylish bath towels you’ve owned … right?
What’s one home goods essential you might not think about a ton? Easy — the linens in your bathroom. Change all of that in 2019 with the best bath towels
on the market — from Onsen
, naturally. Your guests will thank you.
Revtown Standard Henley — $40
An ultra-soft henley available in multiple colorways for winter.
Need a henley to wear with your new pair of slim Revtown deinm? The Revtown Standard Henley, in a super-soft fabric (plus a cool Charcoal Heather color) is the way to go.
Outerknown Drifter Taper Jeans — $148
A new pair of jeans for the new year, for when you feel like switching from Revtown.
Pick four records, then listen as they become all-time favorites.
Now, we’ve talked about the winter style essentials to buy now — but what about something new to listen to
as we start a new year? That’s where the Bespoke Post Groove Box
comes into play. Pick four of 13 records (including “Boxer” by The National!), then listen away.
Anonymousism Indigo Cable Crew Socks — $23.98
A refreshing way to shake up your sock drawer.
Now then — for which of these picks are you going to bat? I love the rugged durability and timeless style of the Viberg Service Boots
, personally. But I also appreciate a classic winter sweater
— maybe pick up both for yourself? In the meantime — enjoy, and thanks for reading!