What’s Coming for Spring

Martin Dingman Turnberry BeltSpring has started to arrive to our store and the website. Obviously, we’ll have plenty of new, seasonal items from the usual suspects: Bills Khakis, Peter Millar, Agave, Martin Dingman, Ike Behar and others. But we’ll also be adding a number of lines, including: 

Smathers & Branson makes very preppy needlepoint belts, flasks, wallets, keychains, and drink coasters. While you would most likely find their stuff right at home on the East Coast, there are enough transplants out here to support their signature style.

While their name and their copy raises eyebrows, I couldn’t resist the gift-giving temptation of Royal Highnies. The cotton they use in their products is 400 count Pima cotton — it does not get much more luxurious than that for boxer shorts!  

Not on the website yet, but our first batch of Edward Armah four-in-hand ties arrived today. While we’re excited about some of the ties we’re getting in fabrics like cashmere, seersucker, and corduroy, we’re more eager for the signature reversible bow ties that will arrive shortly. The innovation will be the subject of a dedicated blog post once we get the bows.

Spivey Cufflinks will debut in a couple months, featuring some ready-to-wear links as well as custom options. She’s also importing some magnifying glasses from India made of horn that are absolutely stunning. They make me want to lose my eyesight just so I’ll have an excuse to use them.

Driving gloves arrived to the store today, and will launch on the website ASAP from Hilts Willard.

Thomas Dean sportshirts should be arriving any day now. They’re a great bargain for that slightly wild sportshirt that you’ll wear on a Friday or Saturday night.

In the store, we’ll also be adding Holland & Sherry fabrics and blazer buttons as well as their home decor items. And if all goes well, we’ll be adding a new shoe and outerwear line imminently.

There are a number of other new brands to be launched soon, but this should be enough to get your started…

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