Can you feel it in the air? Perhaps a brisk breeze, a touch of a chill and the need to once again layer up with, say, the best fall style essentials from one of your favorite brands? Yes indeed, the time is well and truly upon us, and that’s where one of my longtime favorite menswear companies, Taylor Stitch, boldly enters the fray.
I’m willing to bet you’ve been shopping the brand as frequently as I have lately, be it one of the best fall cardigans or one of the best shirt jackets for men, and today’s blog entry follows in the same vein with the much-loved Taylor Stitch Yosemite Shirt.
You might say the longtime fan favorite — it’s been in the Taylor Stitch menswear rotation since the brand’s early days — is about as essential as it gets as far as the best fall men’s style picks are concerned. How so? Well, the shirt sits somewhere between a classic flannel, a lightweight shirt and a “shacket,” with the layering versatility and style potential of each of those pieces. You see, the Taylor Stitch Yosemite Shirt is made from a soft, layering-friendly but not overly heavy 9oz. organic cotton chamois, and things get better from there.
I’ve worn various iterations of the Taylor Stitch Yosemite Shirt over the years, and it functions perfectly as a top-most layer over a Taylor Stitch henley or a soft merino T-shirt. As I said though, it does indeed get better, and that’s because you can also layer the Taylor Stitch Yosemite Shirt beneath one of the best men’s fall jackets quite comfortably as the temperature drops down into the 30s and 40s (yes, I went there!).
The Taylor Stitch Yosemite Shirt also boasts two helpful front-button chest pockets for your everyday carry essentials, and the fit is made to be worn untucked. This gives the Taylor Stitch Yosemite Shirt plenty of rugged styling versatility this season, given that it looks quite cool – especially in a rich Timber Shadow Plaid — alongside everything from Taylor Stitch blue jeans to the company’s expertly cut tan chinos.
It’s not every day that you come across a pick as perfectly suited to fall and winter layering as the Taylor Stitch Yosemite Shirt, so I’d say you need to shop this one early and often right now.