I know it's still hot out side - but we have to look forward to the future and cooler weather is just around the coroner! So start saving your dimes (because I know I have to) so you can score the ultimate hoodie. It's the J. Crew Cashmere Zipped Hoodie that offered in 3 different colors. It says it uses "the finest yarns from a world-famous mill" and provides you with the perfect mix of casual and classic. This is the kind of everlasting sweater you'll live in and your girlfriends will try to steal.
Cardigan sweaters are versatile, in fashion and a great alternative to the standard issue jacket. This great fitting sweater is made by Shipley & Halmos our of 100% extra fine Merino wool. It is Ivory in color, has a button closure front (what cardigan doesn't?) and a very elegant 3 stripe design. The simplicity of the overall design means you can use it for business attire or pair it with a pair of jeans for a night on the town - hence the word versatile.
Every style savvy shopper knows that they must invest in the key wardrobe essentials that will last a lifetime (or at least a really long time). The biggest requirement is making sure you have a white and blue long-sleeve shirt that can easily work in a formal or informal environment. The Polo Ralph Lauren Classic-Fit Poplin Regent hits all the marks. This shirt has a medium-spread collar, made of 100% cotton and washed for softness. You can even go all out by having it personalized with the monogramming service that offers many fonts, styles and colors.
This "dressing gown", (I say robe) whispers luxury, elegance, style and expensiveness. It is cut by Budd, has a shawl collar with deep patch pockets and features contrasting piping. The cloth used is a classic Chalk Windowpane flannel, for which Fox Brothers is world-renowned. Fox Brothers’ ‘West of England’ flannel is made from lambs’ wool so is soft to the touch and yet structured enough to hold the classic silhouette of this gentleman’s "dressing gown". Fox Brothers has been making
really expensive clothing fine luxury woollen cloths since 1772. The cloth used here was first developed during the 1860’s when Fox became well known for its softly textured ‘West of England' flannels, so admired and desired by Savile Row tailors and gentlemen of style and elegance around the world.
Well if there was any reason to wear a Christmas sweater these would certainly be it. Skedouche has released some "naughty" (that's the lame term they use) sweaters just in time for the holiday seasons. The sweaters are very high quality and designs range from a snowman with balls, a reindeer gangbang, reindeer threesome, black Santa and even a Santa pimp cardigan (along with a few others). If sweaters aren't your thing then they also have a slew of shirts with other designs that will make grandma give you the stink eye. So check it out.