America was built on grit and hard work, except for Discovery Zone. That, friends, was built by God. Get gear for the coming chill built on the principles of rugged Americana, from Relwen
Hitting you with a fall/winter collection well-suited for Florida cold snaps, Relwen's a line of super-sturdily made casualwear whose owners have roots in Ohio and Michigan, and imbue their duds with a style that reflects an old-school rural-America work ethic, highlighted by their agrarian-inspired logo, a barn swallow, which is also a great punchline to all farmers' daughter jokes. The collection's full of button-down "workshirts" like the red/olive or navy/burgundy ringspun cotton Tartan Twill, the rugged-looking Dobby Workshirt with dual chest pockets, and the two-layered, extra-warm shirt-jacket Double Flannel...wait, it's almost a triple flannel! Also gear up with heavier stuff like the 100% Merino wool Shawl Pullover Sweater in red or gray with a stand up collar, a big thick Thermal Polo in navy or oatmeal, and a slate gray rustic-sport-coat-ish Twill Blazer with a weathered texture thanks to a "destruction wash", which is exactly where you should take your dirty Merkur XR4ti
Because people tend to also have legs, they're doing some military-inspired cargo shorts, heavily pocketed Commando Pants, plus, a couple pairs of selvedge jeans in a variety of finishes, from rigid raw stuff, to way-beat-up "Destroyed" models, to "Medium Aged", which totally aren't getting into that ball pit anymore...why God, why can't we all be 11 forever?!?