Carpenters are indispensable: without them, you'd have no house to live in, and no awesome 70s soft rock to keep that house jumping. For a carpenter who'll also conceal your hideous body, check out Dunderdon's new line.
Founded by a Swedish carpenter who wanted work wear that could stand up to the physical demands of his job without looking swiped from Mr. Goodwrench's closet, Dunderdon's aesthetic evolution's evident in the Fall/Winter line of functionally fashionable gear that's built blue-collar tough but's stylish enough that no one will ask to borrow your ball-peen hammer. Shirts include a navy four-button, mandarin-collared chambray henley dubbed Graff, while buttondowns include the cotton Knut in navy hickory stripe twill or beet red flannel, and the Lombardi, a pocketless model w/ buttondown collar available in navy mini-stripes or checkered with "wine red", which you'll quickly checker with red wine. New coats run from the full-zip, four-front-pocket Axelman, to the Olof, a hooded zip-up in black/blue/beige coated canvas or fleece-lined red wool plaid, to the Lars: a 3/4-length parka in army green waxed canvas or forest green wool plaid, all providing wind/water resistance and featuring "storm closures", although not like the ones you spent the bulk of your grade school existence praying for.
To sheathe your lower body, Dunderdon's got the Bok, a casual work pant available in twill or wool herringbone, as well as a range of denim, from the dark Kurabu selvage of the regular-fit James, to the Howard, a gray straight-leg number w/ a leather tool loop on the back waistband, perfect for keeping your precious hammer nice and Close To You.