The Friday Read: The National, Upstate New York and Upslope Brewing

It’s the end of a long week — treat yourself to some whiskey, and to a new whiskey glass in the process

OK, my friends. If you’re in the same boat as me, perhaps you might enjoy a nice, neat pour of a premium spirit in one of the best whiskey glasses on the market to end your Friday. How about it? The good news is, you can pick up many more of those unique Whiskey Peaks glasses as shown above at Huckberry. Now, to the rest of today’s Friday Read. We’ve kept plenty busy here to close out November — I spent the Thanksgiving holiday with my family in warm, sunny and relaxing Florida, enjoying a Jai Alai IPA and watching lots of football (you might have picked up on that via my Instagram). At any rate, it was a much-needed, very refreshing break from writing a ton about, yes, winter style essentials aplenty. Like the outfit you need to wear to your favorite brewery this weekend. And the best flannel shirt to buy now. Again, the work never stops. However!

It’ll come to a brief respite this afternoon, as I head to the lovely town of Hudson, New York (you might remeber it from a previous¬†upstate winter getaway) to support a great cause and see some amazing live music. Yes indeed, today is the start of the Rally in the Valley, a full weekend of education and activism supporting Planned Parenthood in upstate New York. Along with community workshops and panel discussions, it’s kicked off on Friday night with a concert by none other than indie rock luminaries The National — my heroes and my forever band! Guitarist Aaron Dessner lives not too far from Hudson, and I’ve been very lucky to see them play two album release shows last summer (at the incredible Basilica Hudson). This time around, I’m more excited than ever for an intimate show at Hudson Hall. It’s going to be an amazing night for an amazing cause — and the rest of the weekend shouldn’t disappoint! I plan to hit up MOTO Coffee for a cup or two (or more) of delicious coffee, and I’m also thrilled to stay at Rivertown Lodge, complete with idyllic accomodations aplenty (say that five times fasts). For now though, we’ve got more menswear and craft beer to discuss. Read on!

  • We start this portion of today’s Friday Read by talking about a gift for her — your partner, your spouse or your girlfriend. And this gift comes from one of my favorite online retailers, Bespoke Post. They make all kinds of menswear essentials (and I know we all love a great Bespoke Post Box), but the recently lauched Soothe Box¬†(it’s just $55!) is one-of-a-kind, and an ideal way to put some care & thought into the holiday season. From a lovely candle to a clay face mask to body scrub, these are the essentials she deserves — get your shopping done early.
  • On the craft beer front, I was fortunate enough last week to try the excellent Spruce Tip IPA from Upslope Brewing. This Colorado-based, Certified B Corporation has put a little something extra into this beer — besides the hand-picked spruce tips, that is. They work with organizations like Leave No Trace to produce beer that’s environmentally friendly — and delicious, to boot. Heck, that’s not all: The Spruce Tip IPA is particularly great out of a can.
  • ¬†Staying sharp while on the road has arguably never been more important than right now — that’s why I wrote about the¬†best men’s winter travel essentials¬†over at The Manual! It features some gear picks from brands you know and love, including the¬†Proof Rover Pants, stylish¬†Darn Tough socks¬†and even a rugged¬†Jack Mason watch. Can’t get any better than that.
  • Also in the way of holiday-centric upgrades, I wrote about all of the¬†best men’s grooming gifts¬†for GearMoose. You know, the gifts¬†to give, well, any guy on your list who could use better skin care. So, your dad, your brother, your father-in-law … you catch my drift.

That’s going to close out today’s Friday Read. Did you find what you were looking for? Maybe stay on the site if not — we’ll tell you all about the best menswear to buy on sale this weekend. We’ll also get you outfitted with the perfect oufit to wear for a night in, because even laidback nights deserve proper style. Again, hopefully, you find what you need. Stay tuned for tomorrow’s Style Pick of the Week, and have a great weekend!


#OOTD: A New Way to Dress for the Office This Winter

Believe me, I love getting out of the office at the end of the day — and on the weekends especially — as much as the next guy. But there comes a time when you’ve got to put your nose to the grindstone, get to work and knock out that presentation or report. For all those days, this #OOTD — starting with none other than a¬†classic navy blazer— is here to help. Better yet, it’s geared to help you dress for the office this winter (and we’re in for a long one, I feel). As you’ll see, we’re even throwing on a stylish wool tie today, offset by a¬†classic casual shirt from our friends at Flint and Tinder. The real kicker comes with the fact that, since this is winter and all, we’ll be taking on the elements with a pair of rugged leather boots, along with some slim wool trousers. At the end of the day, this ensemble is going to look great, provide some warmth in winter weather (wear it with this Billy Reid coat), and give you your best chance at looking great. The best part? There’s no overly gaudy Christmas sweater in sight – — just the winter style essentials you know and love. You could very well be the best-dressed guy in the office, and it’s only going to get better this season. To keep up with more from the blog, head to The Style Guide Facebook page.

Between the buttondown shirt, the rugged boots and the crisp wool trousers … this is your new office #OOTD.

    • The Blazer: Grayers Hutton Wool Sport Coat, $195¬†— A simple and subtly stylish, classic navy blazer never failed — right?
    • The Shirt: Flint and Tinder Check Buttondown, $108¬†— Let’s nod toward fall and winter with this perfectly cut, American-made shirt from Flint and Tinder — shall we?
    • The Tie: Pocket Square Clothing Simon Wool Tie, $56¬†— The curveball here comes from wearing a stylish tie that’s just¬†slightly¬†different in color from your jacket (a la¬†James Bond in Morocco).
    • The Trousers: Taylor Stitch Telegraph Trousers, $178¬†— The Telegraph Trousers are a well-tailored favorite back for another year. Your winter business go-to.
    • The Boots: Allen Edmonds Normandy Cap Toe Boots, $295¬†— Yes, Allen Edmonds knows how to make a rugged-yet-dressy pair of boots, too.
    • The Socks: CHUP Fika Socks, $35¬†— A pair of eyecatching socks like the CHUP Fika Socks are just enough to stand out — in the right way — at the water cooler.
    • The Belt: Red Wing Heritage Pioneer Belt, $89¬†— Hey, you’re going to need a belt to hold up those¬†Telegraph Trousers¬†— might as well make it the Red Wing Heritage Pioneer Belt.
    • The Watch: Jack Mason Aviator Watch, $195¬†— We’re all about subtle style essentials that stand out quietly — like this durable and office-ready Jack Mason watch.

Alright, that’s wrapping up this #OOTD today. What’s your favorite part? Does it mirror how you normally dress for the office? I’m all for mixing things up a¬† bit with a patterned¬†American-made shirt¬†in a seasonally friendly color — plus, it handsomely accents the¬†classic navy blazer.¬†Better yet, a¬†stylish wool tie¬†gives you the chance to sharpen up just a bit. And you can’t really go wrong with the timeless¬†Telegraph Trousers, an ideal complement to the rugged Allen Edmonds captoe boots. It’s an office-ready combo that also won’t buckle when you step outside on your commute or a lunchtime walk. It’s as ready for a Christmas party as it is for your next big presentation — stylish accessories like the Jack Mason Aviator Watch help ensure that, and your stylish CHUP socks are also a prime way to inject a little color and pattern in this #OOTD. Of course, I’m also all about the little details that can go the distance — take the investment-level¬†Red Wing Heritage Pioneer Belt, for instance. Taken in full, this look is sharp, tailored and business casual — you’re not going to be overly dressed up, yet you won’t be dressed down, either. Again, it could just be the perfect look for the office this winter. That’s my opinion, at least. Let me know what you think of it on Twitter. Thanks for reading!

The List: Get a Discount on Outerknown Menswear and Shop More Great Deals This Week

Use the code STYTLEGUIDE25 to get a stylish Outerknown shirt like the one above. Happy holidays!

‘Tis the season to layer up in style — while getting a great discount on new menswear for yourself and others, right? That’s where today’s edition of The List, featuring Outerknown, can help. Not familiar? The brand was started by legendary surfer Kelly Slater and design luminary John Moore to make sustainable, classic, rugged gear for the guy who loves the outdoors, yet values looking great on the clock. Exhibit A: The Outerknown Blanket Shirt pictured above. Want one of your own? You can use the code STYLEGUIDE25 to get 25 percent off any full-priced Outerknown¬†item starting today. So, we’re starting today’s post off right. Happy shopping.

Outerknown Blanket Shirt — $145

A breathable, soft-yet-sturdy twill shirt that’ll layer up perfectly for winter. Now 25 percent off (along with the rest of the site!) with STYLEGUIDE25.

I’ve had the chance to test out the Outerknown Blanket Shirt in the chilly confines of Brooklyn recently, and in matters of fit, style & substance, it more than holds up. Made from organic cotton heavyweight twill, the brand says it might just be the “coziest damn shirt ever built,” and I’m inclined to agree with them. The Blanket Shirt will resist wrinkles and layer with ease over one of the brand’s stylish T-shirts, too. And again, you can¬†use the code STYLEGUIDE25 to get 25 percent off any full-priced Outerknown¬†item,¬†like the Blanket Shirt. What are you waiting for?

Hestra Utsjo Gloves in Elk/Fleece — $140

Gloves made with timeless methods for long-lasting durability

Winter is certainly no time to mess around with measly, thin gloves. These Hestra gloves are as premium as it gets — and they look simply excellent, too.

Yuketen Maine Guide DB Boots — $520

Absurdly rugged, beautiful boots that channel the spirit of the outdoors.

Badass boots with some serious potential to be the only pair you’ll want to wear in inclement weather — these Yuketen boots belong in any rotation of the best men’s boots, to be sure.
Jack Mason Diver Watch — $315

A tough, durable watch that doesn’t look half-bad in terms of style, either.

The best men’s watches work throughout the changing seasons — and a rugged dive watch (like the one shown here!) is a timepiece that stands up to winter snow while also looking suitable at your next business meeting.
Filson 48-Hour Duffle — $475

Possibly the last bag you’ll need to buy for daily use or quick, light weekend trips.

A classic Filson bag is an everyday carry essential that’ll never go out of style. And as we approach gift-giving season, well, the Filson 48-Hour Duffle is an heirloom gift on another level.
Roark Revival The Nordsman Shirt — $80

An ideal fall shirt, made with woven flannel for comfort.

The aptly named Nordmsan Shirt, made from woven flannel, is the type of shirt you’ll want to wear all the time this winter, especially layered up over a thermal shirt or a rugged henley.
Darn Tough ABC Boot Socks — $24

Exceptionally well-made socks that’ll do more than stellar at keeping your feet warm and comfortable this winter.

The reputation of Darn Tough socks precedes itself — they surely make some of the best men’s socks out there, from the use of sustainable merino wool to the fact that they’re still made with great care in a family-owned Vermont factory. They’re also available on the brand’s Web site.
Vinyl Me, Please Records: Beach House, ‚ÄúDevotion‚ÄĚ ‚ÄĒ¬†$29

A great record when you want to cut through winter doldrums with ethereal sounds.

As iconic a record as has been released in the past 10 years, the ethereal sound of Beach House has never sounded better than on vinyl.
Taylor Stitch Organic Chinos — $98
Taylor Stitch

Your new favorite pair of chinos, now done one better with organic cotton.

OK, back to menswear. Did you know that Taylor Stitch chinos — long a personal favorite of mine — are now made from 98 percent organic cotton (with two percent stretch)? That’s yet another reason why they’re arguably the best men’s chinos out there.
ECCO Vitrus I Wingtip Boots —¬†$229.99

Unexpected, stylish and with a great amount of grip for winter.

ECCO has really upped its style game in recent years — long known for innovative comfort, the Vitrus I Wingtip Boots are a handsome and stylish addition to your winter work footwear rotation. Wear these with your new¬†Taylor Stitch chinos.
Penfield Kirby Jacket — $300

Your answer to all of winter’s most challenging storms.

Hey, we told you we’d be helping you layer up for winter — the Penfield Kirby Jacket is going to keep you warm, safe and comfortable, no matter how fierce those winter storms get.
Buffalo Jackson Yukon Wool Shirt Jacket — $100

A warm, hard-wearing shirt jacket with some old-school cool.

Slightly bold in color and design, yet supremely warm — that’s what you get with this durable shirt jacket from Buffalo Jackson. Nice work, guys.
Grayers Palmer Athletic Fleece Joggers — $88

Comfortable joggers that fit slim and wear nicely all weekend long.

Take it from a guy who owns a pair of these cozy fleece joggers — Grayers makes some of the best off-duty essentials around. Now if you only you had a hoodie to pair it with …
Bespoke Post Hooded Box — $45¬†(When Signing Up for Bespoke Post)

The cozy-yet-tailored hooded sweatshirt you didn’t know you needed.

Bingo. Leave it to Richer Poorer and Bespoke Post to partner on selling a cozy style essential that every guy needs this winter — a stylish hooded sweatshirt. It comes at a great price, too.
Taylor Stitch Telegraph Trousers — $178

Yet another pair of pants from Taylor Stitch that need no introduction.

On the opposite end of the spectrum from a hooded sweatshirt? Tailored winter trousers to wear to the office, done by the always-excellent team at Taylor Stitch.
North and Mark Brixton LuxeCore Cashmere Cardigan —¬†$295

A truly rugged, classic cardigan made with modern fabric.

A beautiful cardigan that blends the best of classically rugged design with modern technology — this is all comfort and all style.


When you’re dealing with rugged gear for the cold weather, it can be tough to pick out just one favorite. If I had to choose just one, I’d go for another¬†Outerknown Blanket Shirt¬†— they’re that stylish, rugged and durable. Did I mention they’re 25 percent off with the code STYLEGUIDE25? I kid, I kid.¬†For what it’s worth, I also love the timeless durability of the¬†Filson 48-Hour Duffle. How about you? Feel free to join me on Twitter to weigh in. Thanks for reading!

See Now, Buy Now: The SeaVees Mariner Boots Are Ready for Anything This Winter


Boots that wear like sneakers … and perform like boots? Perfect.

So, these SeaVees Mariner Boots are … a sneaker, but also a boot. And they’re made from suede … but also waterproof. The point is, these stylish SeaVees sneakers¬†are made for nearly anything as move through late fall and into winter, and that’s a fact. In fact, the navy waterproof suede Mariner Boots are only available via our good friends at Huckberry, and that’s something to be applauded in general. The¬† SeaVees Mariner Boots¬†are inspired by old naval footwear, and it shows when it comes to their durability and functionality. We’ve covered the Mariner Boots here on the blog, but make no mistake, these are another beast entirely. And the great thing is, the¬† SeaVees Mariner Boots¬†run counter to the argument that you need to put your sneakers away just because the weather gets dicey. A gusseted tongue provides extra water resistance, and the use of extra rubber around the bottom of the shoe also provides added grip and traction against chippy winter weather.SHOP: The¬† SeaVees Mariner Boots¬†

It also helps that the¬†SeaVees Mariner Boots¬†look pretty great on their own, regardless of their functionality and tough appeal. Antique brass eyelets pair nicely with technical nylon laces for a bit of crossover style potential — you can certainly wear these like regular high-top sneakers (think a rugged Western denim shirt and slim tan chinos), or you can style the¬†SeaVees Mariner Boots¬†more like, well … actual boots. To me, that means you’re wearing them with tough chore pants, a classic henley and a warm fleece jacket to tackle your list of weekend chores. It’s rare to find a pair of high-top sneakers that actually function like boots, and it’s even more rare to find a pair that’ll stand out stylishly at the bar or a holiday party … or even your office (try ’em with a navy cotton blazer, a white Oxford and the Flint and Tinder Stonewashed Jeans). Again, the point is this: The¬†SeaVees Mariner Boots¬†are nearly unbeatable when it comes to casual style, rugged functionality and business casual potential — that’s all there is to it.

SHOP: The  SeaVees Mariner Boots 

#OOTD: What to Wear to Your Favorite Brewery This Winter

If ever you read other series from the blog, like our Friday Read, then you’re surely aware that your humble menswear editor loves¬†a delicious craft beer —¬†in addition to a hearty pour of¬†men’s style essentials.¬†Even better than that? Bringing it all together through the art of exploring a new city or borough, finding a brewery — or whiskey bar¬† — and sampling the local wares¬†while dressed in style (a la today’s #OOTD!). To me, it’s a whole experience — and one should prepare accordingly, hence the theme of today’s (hopefully fun) look. If you’re not the sort to imbibe in beer, whiskey or wine, then the below ensemble can still work for, say an outdoor hike or art gallery visit.¬†Really, this warm, stylish look works any time you want to rotate a few more off-the-wall pieces (like a Stetson hat!) in place of your favorite essentials.

The underlying point is that from the rugged Faherty Brand CPO Jacket to the classic Taylor Stitch chambray shirt, we’re blending styles you already know with gear you might not have tried (like the easy-wearing Proof Rover Pants). In sum total, the result is an #OOTD that’s pleasingly eye-catching and warm, while also fitting in stylistically with the typically rugged,¬†industrial vibes of a brewery or a distillery. Sounds good to me — how about you?¬†To keep an eye on what I’m sipping — and what I’m wearing — be sure to follow yours truly on Instagram.¬†



A mix of stylish & edgy classics (a Stetson hat!) to wear while sampling your favorite beers.

  • The Crucial Layer: Faherty Brand Blanket-Lined CPO, $168.98¬†—¬†A warm outer layer that gives this outfit some rugged appeal. Easier to with the Stetson hat than a suit, I’d say!
  • The Shirt: Taylor Stitch Everyday Chambray Shirt, $98¬†— A rugged chambray shirt adds the right blend of casual and classic to this #OOTD.
  • The Classic Hat: Stetson Brazos Hat, $98¬†— So, this classic Stetson hat is one of the more unique headwear options we’ve featured on the blog … but if you’re at a rugged microbrewery or enjoying an upstate weekend retreat and want to switch it up, go for it.
  • The Pants: Proof Rover Pants, $98¬†— These pants have it all, from a neutral color palette to performance-ready, moisture-wicking fabric and a slim fit.
  • The Boots:¬†Danner Jack II Brogue Boots in Dark Coffee,¬†$220¬†–These are the stylish leather boots to wear to a whiskey bar or brewery — they’re sleek, well-made and crafted to break in.
  • The Socks: Danner Midweight Merino Crew Socks, $17¬†— A performance-minded counterpart to your handsome dress boots, your feet will thank you for that combo.
  • The Stylish Leather Watch: Laco Aachen 42 Watch, $369¬†— An outfit like this calls for an equally bold, rugged leather watch. The Laco Aachen 42 Watch is a new classic.
  • The Everyday Carry Essential: Taylor Stitch Minimalist Billfold Wallet, $98¬†— A pleasingly crafted, slim leather wallet that’ll age well on your adventures.

Hopefully, you can see how this #OOTD might work to wear to a brewery or a whiskey bar — it’s casual yet sharp, visually interesting and unique while still being seasonally appropriate. It’s always helpful to build your outfit around a warm outer layer like the rugged Faherty Brand CPO Jacket,while the crisp Taylor Stitch Everyday Chambray Shirt is rugged and perfectly matched for an afternoon or evening sampling delicious craft beer. Perhaps the coolest part of this outfit (in the opinion of your humble editor)? It’s gotta be Stetson Brazos Hat, a truly unique change of pace that adds some old-school flair to this look. Bonus? It just looks like something you’d wear to knock back a few rounds.¬†For mobility and versatile style to move from brewery to brewpub to taco truck (just me?), the Proof Rover Pants are going to wear like jeans and move like chinos. They’ll sit quite nicely atop the surprisingly refined Danner Jack II Brogue Boots, as good as it gets when it comes to the best men’s boots for winter — agreed? And pieces like the classic, truly timeless Laco Aachen 42 Watch¬†are going to stand up to whatever your day has in store — while keeping your flight-tasting session in check. Lastly, since you’ll be on your feet all day, comfortable socks are harder to come by than you’d think — that’s why I vouch for these Danner socks so much. Last but not least, you’re going to need to bring your wallet with you — might as well make it a stylish leather wallet from the great folks at Taylor Stitch, right?¬†So, that’s going to wrap up this #OOTD. The key takeaway here? Heading to a brewery or a cool cocktail bar can be every bit as great a chance to flex your rugged style favorites as more adventure-minded, outdoors-y winter style pursuits. Prepare accordingly, and bring me a beer while you’re at it, will ya?

When you go to your favorite bar or brewery, how do you dress? Let me know on Twitter! 

The List: Prep for Winter with the Best Cyber Monday Buys Out There

Pick a watch strap, any watch strap … and pair it accordingly with this stylish dive watch.

Now that we’re past Black Friday and into Cyber Monday (yes, today!), it’s high time we really started gearing up for winter with the best men’s style essentials for the chilly road ahead. We’re starting things off with a classic dive watch that you can wear to the office, on a day hike, or on that eventual beach vacation. Even better? You get free shipping sitewide today via Huckberry, and that continues through Thursday.¬†We’ve got plenty of cozy and cool gear for Cyber Monday, from rugged leather boots to¬†men’s grooming essentials¬†— see the full set of picks below, then let’s bundle up and get to work!

Nodas Contrail Watch — $539.10

A rugged dive watch with appeal at the office and at home.

A striking dive watch that won’t cost you an arm and a leg — likely your new favorite dive watch, ya dig? Pick it up on Cyber Monday, and it’ll be on your wrist by the weekend.

Buckler’s Daily Defense Kit — $68

A simple-yet-essential daily grooming kit.

Taking care of your skin isn’t something to take lightly as colder temperatures approach us — the Daily Defense Kit is among a host of¬†men’s grooming essentials¬†you need for the season.

Mark Albert Boulevard Boots — $350

A durable pair of handcrafted boots, as stylish as it gets.

Striking in their design and their durability, the Boulevard Boots are the type of boots you can kick around a bit — pair them with stonewashed denim and a classic crewneck sweater. Again, they’re a Cyber Monday steal of sorts, and you get free shipping sitewide via Huckberry.

Faherty Brand Knit Dobby Workshirt — $188

The right kind of cozy, casual workshirt for winter.

Laidback, easy to wear over a crisp white tee or a thermal henley, and perfect for a chilly winter weekend. Gotta love Faherty Brand, especially on Cyber Monday.

Proof Heatseeker Flannel — $88

A flannel shirt with the potential to be a new seasonal go-to.

Proof blends functionality and mobility with versatility — like the Heatseeker Flannel, assuredly one of the best flannel shirts to buy now. Again, if you buy it today on Cyber Monday, you’ll have it by the weekend.

Bespoke Post Legacy Box — $45¬†(When¬†Signing Up for Bespoke Post)

An unexpected and pleasing addition to your home or office.

There’s something to be said for the little touches that can upgrade your home or office — the Bespoke Post Legacy Box is a great example of that approach. Talk about a nice Cyber Monday pick-up.

Grayers Grove Nylon Jacket — $170

A subtly stylish jacket ready for winter layering.

Grayers has turned their attention toward stylish fall and winter outerwear, and the Grove Nylon Jacket should pair up nicely with the brand’s classic chinos for a holiday party or an evening on the town.

Stetson Mojave Hat — $109

A super unique change of pace from your standard ballcap.

Ever considered picking up a wide brim hat like this one? Something you can wear in the field or on the mountain … or just into town when you feel like stepping up your game a bit? Stetson is the way to go. When was the last time you bought a hat on Cyber Monday, anyways?

Taylor Stitch Ojai Jacket — $148¬†

A durable, rugged-yet-refined take on a classic winter jacket.

Taylor Stitch is a favorite brand of the site for a reason — they take the basics, like a chore coat, and amp them up a bit. In a new color for winter, the Ojai Jacket is one of the best coats to buy now.

Levi’s Barstow Corduroy Western Shirt — $69.50

A nice way to nod to Western heritage and the winter season, all at once.

And in the way of stylish fall shirting that could work quite nicely with an accessory as bold as a classic Stetson hat, well, I nominate the above¬†classic Levi”s shirt in a cool corduroy fabric. A right steal on Cyber Monday.

OK, that’s all we’ve got today. Which of the above picks was your favorite? I’m a really big fan of the standout Mark Albert Boulevard Boots, personally. Feel free to let me know via The Style Guide Facebook! Thanks for reading.¬†

See Now, Buy Now: The Lisboa Francisco Flannel Works with Your Entire Winter Wardrobe

A unique flannel shirt that bucks the lumberjack-type trend.

Don’t have a warm, cozy and stylish flannel shirt in your winter wardrobe? Particularly as we approach the end of November (and Thanksgiving!), it’s pretty critical that you get that taken care of. And in that regard, the Lisboa Francisco Flannel Shirt is going to be the flannel shirt of your dreams. OK, that’s high praise … but it’s true, at least in some senses.¬† And if you’ve been keeping up with the blog — I sure hope you have! — you’ll know that we’ve been slowly but surely shifting our attention toward winter style essentials, the type of classic and timeless pieces that are going to keep your warm in style this season.¬† And hey, if you need a SUPER last-minute shirt to wear for Thanksgiving this year? Give the Lisboa Francisco Flannel Shirt¬† a shot. Rest assured, this isn’t your average flannel — the Navy Clay Plaid color and pattern is much more unique than a standard red-and-black flannel, for starters. The¬†Lisboa Francisco Flannel Shirt¬†also takes a bit of a different approach than your typical flannel workshirt, cut slim to wear on its own or beneath a navy herringbone blazer for more dressy style. The organic cotton of the¬†Lisboa Francisco Flannel Shirt¬†is also brushed for softness — no scratchy texture here, no sir.

And when you feel like switching things up from a classic Oxford shirt or a timeless chambray shirt, the¬†Lisboa Francisco Flannel Shirt¬† is a unique option that pairs with slim tan chinos, your favorite pair of broken-in denim, or navy corduroys in equal measure. If there was such a thing as a “grab-and-go” shirt, the type of shirt you throw on and then forget about, it would be the¬†Lisboa Francisco Flannel Shirt. It’s as suited to layer over a thermal henley as it is to wear with a textured knit tie, slim blue denim and classic chukka boots to the office. Don’t believe me? Well, then … you simply must try the¬†Lisboa Francisco Flannel Shirt¬†for yourself.

Are you going to add the Lisboa Francisco Flannel Shirt to your wardrobe this winter?