When I think of Canada, I think of funny looking bacon, hilarious vowel pronunciations and killer sweatshirts. These Raglan Sweaters from Muttonhead fall into the latter category, in case you weren’t sure. Made in Toronto from an ultra-soft poly/cotton blend, and featuring raglan sleeves and a v-insert at the neck, the sweaters combine good looks and extreme comfort for one hell of a Fall staple. Read More »
People synonymous with cardigans: Grandpa Jack. Mr. Rogers. Your sophomore history class teacher. Thankfully, Reigning Champ made sure to steer clear of all those folks when putting together their amazing Herringbone Cardigan. Read More »
Old news: Dolbeau’s Canadian-made ties are great. New news: every single one of them is now on sale. Over 40 regular and bow styles to choose from (dibs on those Japanese hemp jams), and markdowns range from $10 – $30. Get ‘em while they’re hot. Read More »
Like logos? Then these sweatshirts are for you. Hate logos? Then these sweatshirts are for you. Say what! The Canadian-made Reversible ‘Circle’ Sweatshirts from Reigning Champ feature a digitally-printed RC graphic on one side and nothing on the other, so you can choose whether or not you show the logo. Read More »
Combing “classic shapes with season-less styles,” Canada’s Muttonhead strives to make wardrobe staples that you can (happily) return to year after year. Their Camp Shorts are ethically made in Toronto from an organic cotton / recycled hemp blend. High in quality and low in frills, the not-too-slim and not-too-short CSs are versatile enough that you can wear them every day, and sturdy enough to handle it. Read More »
Of the seemingly countless number of “handcrafted” men’s accessory brands that have popped up in the last few years, Canada’s Dolbeau is definitely one of the standouts. Founded in 2009 by unabashed #menswear junkies David Gross and David Caplan, the co.’s limited edition ties, pocket squares and scarves are not just sold on the internet, they’re inspired by it as well. Taking design cues from their favorite Tumblrs and blogs, the two Davids strive to create stylish goods for the online community from which their inspiration comes. And, as a quick perusal of their impressively robust website will show, they’re pretty damn good at it.
Rough and tumble e-tailer Bench & Loom is in the midst of a massive end of season sale. Discounted items include British-made sweaters from North Sea Clothing, Japanese-made shirts from Stevenson Coverall Co., Sugar Cane and Buzz Rickson, Canadian-made trousers from 18 Waits, and lots, lots more. Read More »
It’s funny: I’m the only blogger I know who still thinks it’s inappropriate to wear sweatpants in public, and yet, I’d happily wear the hell out of this sweat blazer. Go figure. The Three Button Blazer from Wings + Horns is handcrafted in Canada out of 100% cotton jersey. Read More »