“Allow me to reintroduce myself, my name is Big Yank.” If you were alive in the early 1900’s, and you were as into workwear as you are today, you would’ve already heard of this flagship heritage brand. Now under Japanese ownership, the label’s legacy lives on with these incredibly accurate reproductions of work shirts from Read more
Don’t let the name of these Japanese-made, heavy cotton twill Tight Fit Chinos from Studio D’Artisan scare you. They’re only “tight” in the compared to regular, workwear-inspired, baggy-ass Studio-D’Artisan pants sense, and not in the painted-on, sperm-count reducing, Mickey Mouse voice-inducing, meggings sense.
These US-made, 6 oz. Cover Cloth Explorer Jackets from Filson have an “Action back for freedom of movement,” which makes them a great subject for our first post after the holiday hiatus, since we’re officially back in action. Woof. It’s gonna be a long 2015.
Here at Well Spent, we don’t just write about responsibly-made men’s clothes and accessories, we buy them too (or we’re gifted them). So, Nick and I decided to close out the year than by counting down our top 5 gets of 2014. But before we do, I just wanted to thank everyone for reading, commenting, Read more
Remember the first time your girl farted in front of you? It was like the softest, cutest thing ever, right? Well these Jamieson’s Brushed Lambswool Sweaters are the physical embodiment of that moment. Spun, dyed and knit in the legendary Shetland Isles, these 100% brushed wool crewnecks are just as soft and sweet as that Read more
In my on-going search for the best baseball hats with zero team affiliation, I think I may have found a new contender for the top spot. These Italian-made, wool and tweed, six-panel, short-brim New York Baseball Caps from CAMO are like the fancy fantasy hats of some fancy fantasy team.
Casely-Hayford is one of those brands that’s right on the cusp of blowing up. Like, in less than a year, you’re gonna be wearing some shit from them, and I’m gonna be all “remember when I told you Casely-Hayford was right on the cusp of blowing up?” and just rub it in your face.
Foreign Rider Co. founder Ralph Dunning knows clothing. A 20+ year apparel industry veteran, Dunning’s design and manufacturing expertise is vast, varied, and evident in every single Foreign Rider garment. It may sound trite or cliche, but when you put on a FR sweat or tee for the first time, you really can feel the Read more