Style of The Day
Today's style of the day is coming at you from Portland Dry Goods in Portland Maine, which is currently buried under snow after a wicked nor'easter this weekend.
If you haven't been to Maine, you need to go, and Portland is a logical stop on your trip, especially for gear, food, and coffee. And Portland Dry Goods is the best stop in town to grab some heritage goodies to wear on your body.
Here are some standouts!
Ball Cap By Arc'Teryx
Arc'Teryx is so hot right now, even though they've been making insane gear for years now. If you are into gorpwear, snag this up with no qualms.
ARC'TERYX 7 PANEL WOOL BALL CAP
Seven-panel wool ball cap with adjustable closure and a subtle Arc’teryx logo. Flat front, flat brim seven-panel ball cap delivers heritage style and the warmth and odor resistance of wool.
CLASSIC BEDALE WAX JACKET by Barbour
Barbour makes great outerwear, and this is a nice piece.
CLASSIC BEDALE WAX JACKET
Originally introduced for riding, this relaxed-fit jacket is now a seasonal staple in town and country alike, with a mediumweight waxed cotton outer that's comfortable to wear and offers robust weather protection.
Orange Sweater By Ireland's Eye
Legit sweaters by this Irish brand will help you stave off the winter chill and pair perfectly with one of those sweet apple caramel drinks that you are always sneaking at Starbucks.
ROUNDSTONE SWEATER TERRACOTTA
Round neck, Solid burnt orange color, Relaxed, generous fit,)95% wool 5% cashmere. Made in Ireland.
5 Pocket Jean By Alex Mill
Alex Mill is a solid staple brand that makes really nice, no-nonsense stuff at a good price point. These garment-dyed jeans are really nice.
5 POCKET JEAN IN RECYCLED DENIM WASHED BLACK
Garment dyed, Vintage-inspired wash, Riveted for durability.
558 CHELSEA BOOT -Blundstone
I own this exact boot, and I must say it's perfect for winter and highly versatile.
Everything you love about our original boots, turned up to max. Supple leather, leather-lined. More comfort. More protection. More places to see and go.
Poem of the day: "On Bugs."
All year long, I watch them fly
Now they need to die.
Who gave them wings to alight
If not God, then who to decide?