Ah, the conundrum that is farmers. You can't live with them, and you can't live without their blazingly sexy fashion-forward style! Ensuring you don't need to drive to Hatfield to scratch your itch, Relwen
Inspired by a "classic Midwest agrarian"/working man heritage, Relwen's new Fall collection of functional shirts, sweaters, denim, blazers, and jackets don a rugged outdoor aesthetic with a touch of military-influence using durable, high quality fabrics, clean finishes, and old world hand-stitching, like that doctor you saw in Bulgaria when you cut your chin. For above-the-waist style there's an extra fine 2-button rib merino sweater w/ stand-up double layer shawl collar; a blue/olive plaid double-layer classic flannel w/ tapered waist and two patch pockets; and a navy mercerized wool cross-stitch pullover w/ a horizontal rib layout (finally!). Outerwear-wise, they've got the brown 11-Wale, singled-breasted corduroy blazer w/ 3-button notch lapel; the hooded Winter Ultralight, a 100-percent nylon waterproof breathable shell w/ sherpa pile hood lining and interior rib storm cuffs; and the relaxed fit Wool Combat Jacket w/ reinforced elbows/pockets in charcoal heather, also the name of the well-spoken ghost that haunts your BBQ grill.
If you want to get agrarian below the waist, they've got denim/pants like the oversized military olive Commando Cargo w/ oxidized heavy gauge brass trim and webbed utility belt, and a destroyed North Carolina selvedge, straight leg button-fly jean w/ 10-year wash effects -- the polar opposite of a farmer hygiene regimen, and the main reason you live in Allston.