Perhaps you, like your Brooklyn style writer, tend to gravitate consistently towards the same (or very similar) pieces in your closet, be it your favorite chambray shirt, your essential pair of blue jeans, or something as consistent and versatile as the recently launched Faherty All Time Shirt.
The brand already makes a range of tailored-meets-laidback picks for the modern man, from one of the best topcoats for men to a casually rugged cardigan, and they’ve always had quite the lineup of dependable shirting. That brings us back to the Faherty All Time Shirt, possibly a contender for your new favorite everyday shirt.
Lofty praise though that might be, it would seem this shirt has the goods to go the distance, if the good folks at Faherty Brand have anything to say about it (and of course, they do!). Here’s the scoop with the Faherty All Time Shirt: It’s made with a blend of Supima cotton, Ecovero Viscose and elastane for stretch and plenty of comfort (this falls in line with my past experiences with Faherty shirts, which are durable and yet remarkably soft to the touch).
The fit is also comfortable enough to wear on its own, with a slight taper through the sleeves and at the waist, and a more relaxed fit through the chest. What does all that mean for you? I’d take your normal size in the Faherty All Time Shirt, then wear it either on its own untucked with an essential pair of blue jeans, or else layered over a Faherty henley or worn more as a shirt jacket.
It’s got the dependability to do either, and it comes in a range of breezy, colorful, spring and summer-friendly plaid patterns and colors. Crucially, the company designed the Faherty All Time Shirt to work just about every single day, be it at a casual office alongside those dark blue jeans, at a post-work watering hole or as a more casual weekend shirt jacket. It’s a shirt that just looks darn good, season after season, year after year — at least, if Faherty has its way, the Faherty All Time Shirt will become one of your favorites, too. Try it out this spring and let me know in the comments if it works out for you.