The Thursday Buy: You Won’t Be Able to Stop Wearing This Buck Mason Corduroy Shirt This Season

Best men's corduroy shirts for fall.

Sometimes when it comes to your collection of the best men’s fall style essentials, you end up getting the best of both worlds. Take the Buck Mason Pinwale Cord One Pocket Shirt. It’s a timeless design that harnesses everything you know and love about Buck Mason men’s shirts — from the classic fit to the expert construction and soft fabric, for starters.

Yet, it does so while tweaking the formula slightly and constructing the shirt from a garment-dyed pinwale corduroy. How’s that for a new twist on one of your favorite shirts?

It’s the kind of subtly cool, stylish men’s shirt for fall you can easily wear with a Buck Mason field jacket or a rugged Buck Mason men’s sweater, or even Huckberry’s famed Waxed Trucker Jacket for a dash of high-low style — to name but a few standout menswear pairings this season. Yes indeed, the Buck Mason Pinwale Cord One Pocket Shirt does just about everything you ask of it, and then some. Let’s carry on, shall we?

Crucially, the Buck Mason Pinwale Cord One Pocket Shirt uses a 5oz. cotton corduroy that’s neither too light nor too heavy — you should be able to layer your new favorite shirt over one of the best men’s henleys or wear it comfortably underneath one of the best cold-weather blazers. This rugged men’s shirt also features a more casual buttondown collar and chest pocket — feel free to wear it untucked with the sleeves rolled up at the office alongside Buck Mason men’s jeans for good measure.

Taft Boots

Plus, you can score the Buck Mason Pinwale Cord One Pocket Shirt in three essential colors, including an off-white Pumice and a deep Grizzly color. Those options might make it worth picking up more than one, and although the price tag of $128 on the Buck Mason Pinwale Cord One Pocket Shirt is a bit splurge-worthy, you know it’ll pay off in spades — it’s your new go-to cold-weather shirt, after all.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s