Trust us, you're going to want to pick up this layering option before it's sold out, which might just happen since it's really fresh.
Aside from the insurmountable odds against you, picking out the perfect shirt the first time around isn’t always as hard as it seems. There’s a few factors that come into play you can use to narrow down your options and save time while you’re on the hunt. Knowing what you like, the best fit, and how much you’re willing to spend make all the difference in the world. But, for the most part (and for most guys), shopping online for a new style piece is like asking us to pick out drapes. Fret not our good gents, because if you know your brands, then half the battle is already won. Although, one could argue that scooping up a personal stylist would solve the problem, who wants to pay an extra $100 on top of the money you’ve saved up for the initial garment at hand. The answer: Nobody. Timberland just dropped a new shirt from their Spring/Summer 2017 collection that will last you through the end of the season and into the next. Ideal for the family BBQ as well as dress down day at the office, the Mumford River Slim Fit Denim Shirt will do you justice when you need a go-to layering option.
Mumford River Slim Fit Denim Shirt
Shirting like the Mumford River Slim-Fit Denim Shirt marks new territory for the brand, with a focus on washed fabric, a slim fit and modern styling potential. Constructed from yarn-dyed indigo cotton and featuring utility embroidery, you can wear it over a white tee and pair with neutral chinos or shorts for all-American style.
Available now online here | $78
Amherst High-Top Canvas Chukka
Playing off the idea of clothing and footwear for everyday adventures, the brand is going lightweight compared to its classic boots and fall/winter apparel. It’s stepping into new territory with brand-new launches like the Amherst Canvas Chukka, blending rich leather accents with the versatile cut of a high-top sneaker and crisp spring & summer-friendly colors.
Available now online here | $100