Just when you think you’ve seen it all, the good folks at Taylor Stitch come right on back through with another round of the best men’s style essentials for spring, summer and yes, well beyond those two seasons. The San Francisco brand is, of course, a perennial favorite of your friendly Brooklyn style writer, be it making one of the best merino T-shirts or a rugged leather jacket to wear in breezier weather.
Those two style staples are but two areas in which the long-running brand excels, but the Taylor Stitch Jack Oxford has long been another piece worthy of a spot in your wardrobe. The Taylor Stitch Jack Shirt is impressive in any season, harnessing the versatile potential of the Oxford in a fresh, modern way. The fit is nicely dialed in via chest sizes, the collar is substantial but not overly large — with a nice roll that looks great unbuttoned or done up — and the cut is made to be worn tucked in or untucked.
If you’ve tried the Taylor Stitch Jack Shirt, you know there’s lots to love, and it gets even better when you take a look at the best new spring and summer colorways of the Taylor Stitch Jack Shirt, my friends.
The Taylor Stitch Jack Shirt in Teal is particularly impressive, in a fresh, rich shade that wears well with the best indigo blue jeans or with Taylor Stitch’s slim chinos in equal measure. Of course, the especially breezy, dusty Taylor Stitch Jack Shirt in Natural is also a nice change of pace, presented in yet another exceptionally cool colorway that wears well with just about anything you can dream up (yes, even white or off-white jeans or five-pocket pants. Of course, the specs on the Taylor Stitch Jack Shirt remain reliable even if you opt for a more classic color, like the always-wearable shade of light blue that sells out at a frequent clip.
The organic rugby Oxford cotton on the Taylor Stitch Jack Shirt is soft but durable, made to get better with each wash and each wear. And given the fact that you can team the Taylor Stitch Jack Shirt with a lightweight blazer or worn more casually — unbuttoned over the Taylor Stitch Heavy Bag Tee, for instance — it’s a solid bet that this could become your new favorite Oxford shirt. The best and brightest new colors of the Taylor Stitch Jack Shirt keep things cool and interesting, but the classics always win out. Stock your shopping cart with that in mind. Cheers, my friends!