Brad Bennett is the Founder and Editor of Well Spent.
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These new Wool Long Sleeve Henleys from Appalatch might just be the most American garments ever made. The fabric is knit and dyed in the USA (and is made out of wool from domestically raised sheep). The buttons on the placket are also made in the USA. And the shirt itself is cut and sewn Read more
When Save Khaki says multi-pocket, they mean multi-pocket. These US-made Multi-pocket Jackets have five pockets in total: two on the chest, two on the hips, and then a fifth mini pocket that’s stitched to the outside of one of the chest pockets (which you can’t really put much in, but it’s still cool that it’s Read more
These Hand Distressed Wilshire Jeans from Epaulet are made in Los Angeles out of 13.5 oz Cone Mills selvedge denim. Once assembled, each pair is put through two separate enzyme washes, then hand-sanded at key wear points, then put through a third and final wash to set the color and pre-shrink the denim.
One outfit, two price-points, everything responsibly made.
Yeah I know, hard bottoms are out and fashion sneakers are in. But, these Portguese-made Berlin Brogues from Herring are only $175 a pair (minus the VAT / plus international shipping), and it’ll only be a few more years until wingtips and longwings come back around again, so just think of them as an investment Read more
These US-made Pearl Snap Shirts from Buck Mason come in two washes: bleached indigo, which looks kind of like the shirt Jeff Bridges wore in the first half of Crazy Heart when he was still all whiskey-soaked and f’ed up. And rinsed indigo, which looks kind of like the shirt Jeff Bridges wore in the Read more