See Now, Buy Now: Line of Trade’s Denim Shirt Is Your New Summer Go-To

When you land on a summer style essential that grips you right away, it’s wise to invest in that piece at the drop of a hat, so to speak, is it not? That’s where Bespoke Post comes into play with one of the best men’s shirts, the right way to shake up your casually rugged summer style in an eye-catching, unique way.

You already know Bespoke Post for selling some of the best subscription boxes for men, and for offering up — among other gear picks — one of the most affordable men’s watches on the market at the moment. Now, you can add to your arsenal of Bespoke Post essentials with the Line of Trade Sierra Embroidered Shirt, an effortlessly cool summer wardrobe upgrade made to be worn weekend after weekend. It’s got all the trappings of your new favorite summer shirt, from the cotton-polyester chambray fabric — for breezy seasonal style — to the seriously cool embroidered shoulder detailing, as the name would suggest.

Yes indeed, the Line of Trade Sierra Shirt carries on Bespoke Post’s mission of helping guys look great even when dressed casually — Line of Trade is the NYC-based E-commerce brand’s in-house apparel line, so it only makes sense. The Line of Trade Sierra Shirt also manages to be classic yet on-trend — it’s got the timeless appeal of a rugged chambray shirt, the visually engaging Western detailing that’s all the rage at the moment, and the chops to be worn on its own or layered underneath a black denim jacket.

Even the patch chest pockets on the Line of Trade Sierra Shirt add a dash of Western style, as do the imitation pearl snap buttons. Wear it on its own buttoned up or layer it over your favorite T-shirt unbuttoned — there’s practically no wrong way to wear the Line of Trade Sierra Shirt in my book. Bespoke Post perhaps says it best when it comes to the Line of Trade Sierra Shirt : They note that this “durable western shirt is an American workwear staple. That sounds to me like a piece you need in your summer wardrobe. Happy shopping, my friends.

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