Fall is upon us. You can smell it. The air is crisper, pumpkins are ripening on the vine, the trees are contemplating a wardrobe change and so should you. These threads from local stores will help you accomplish just that.
RRL Slim Fit Selvedge Denim – $240
Ring-spun, 15.5oz Japanese selvedge denim from Okayama, RRL’s own proprietary fabric. Chain stitched, button fly.
Sold at Blake
This amazing piece has a very old-timey feel. If you pair it with the pants from above, you’ll be James Dean reincarnate. 1930s aviator style coat. 13oz cotton twill (canvas feel), patch pockets, talon zippers, plaid lining, kidney patch on the back. Sold at Blake
Each one of these unique bowties is handmade by either Mr. Hardy or Mr. Wilson, of Portland, Oregon. It’s accents and details like this in a gentleman’s outfit that let his personality shine forth without being garish. Sold at Beam & Anchor
A bag for any occasion, be it the pumpkin patch, October fest, or just viewing the swifts at Wallace Park. Handmade construction ensures the highest quality and durability, and like the bottle of wine you tote, they get better with age. Made in Portland by Matt Pierce. Sold at Beam & Anchor
Sketchbook Backpack – $230
This is the ideal pack for the avid cyclist—the back straps keep your arms free. Handmade canvas and leather construction. A very street-savvy piece. Made in Eugene. Sold at Beam & Anchor
These pants are a nod to a bygone era, when men worked hard and went home tired. 100% wool, made in England, so you know the quality is there. What you don’t know is how well they fit. One word: amazing. Sold at Michael Allen’s
Esemplare Sweater Coat – $775
A knit sport coat? Yeah, you heard right. This thing is ridiculous—ridiculously cool. Completely unconstructed, 100% wool, lapel, 2-button. Made in Italy. They threw out the rulebook on this one, and then killed the guy who wrote it.
Lance Miller OWNER of THREADS COUNT – “MENS FINE CONSIGNMENT”
1536 NW 23rd Avenue, Portland, OR 97210