Perhaps global warming will cause the fashion industry to rethink its seasons. The way things are now, probably only because "it’s the way they’ve always been", we receive overcoats, gloves, and scarves in September, when it’s still nice enough to do without any of those items. By the time it’s cold enough to need them (January), it’s time to start making room for Spring’s arrivals. Trust us, seersucker shorts are a tough sell in February!
With Fall merchandise scheduled to start arriving in late July and early August, we are asking your help in making room for Fall. Ironically, from our vantage point in San Francisco, the weather is just now perfect for madras shorts, sun washed Polos, and sandals (high-60′s today, mid-70′s tomorrow). And while the old Mark Twain canard about "the coldest winter I ever spent was summer in San Francisco" — which happens to have never been uttered by Twain — means that San Franciscans might really want corduroy and cashmere in July, the rest of the country would rather wait.
At the end of the day, it just means now is a great time to pick up those seersucker pants, madras shorts, sun-washed polos, sun-drenched twills, and poplin sportcoats. Our Spring sale showcases some great savings on Bills Khakis Spring Limited Edition pants, sportcoats, and sport shirts, Ike Behar casual shirts, Michael Toschi shoes, Hommage razor sets, and much, much more.