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That's my understanding as well. And the Wythe shirt is tencel btw, not rayonOne thing that article glosses over too quickly is the difference between the cellulosic fibers like rayon. If you care about sustainability, which hopefully you do, lyocell/tencel is by far the best. Basic rayon or viscose uses some pretty nasty solvents and chemicals that generally aren't recaptured. Bamboo lyocell is the most sustainable.
This is so fucking good I really hope he responds.
Really hope I didn't post this a few pages back, but cross posting from another thread. These are Rios of Mercedes. Unfussy. Basic. Well made. Link here.Love the idea of including the Spotify playlist that corresponds to the theme of the post. I feel like I always have certain kind of music in mind when thinking of the emotional connections to certain kinds of clothes. Really cool, some great tunes included on the Ranch playlist.
Any other Roper boot suggestions? I’ll probably never be able to go full cowboy boot but like the idea of something other than service boots to pair with something like a Cowichan or RRL cardigan over a chambray or flannel shirt and some jeans.
Assuming you're after workwear, the only place I think you'd find anything worth your effort is Manready Mercentile in the Heights. They carry a lot of great stuff, including Freenote and Indigofera, and do a really good job with vintage looking t-shirts and stuff. Very helpful staff, and there's some great restaurants within walking distance as well.
Sid Mashburn is worth a visit if just for the experience. Good resale shop in West University area called "Men's Resale by the Village" where you can find some high end Italian stuff and good footwear. Seems like the other SF-approved stuff comes and goes every couple of years and I'm not up to date on it at the moment.