There is a certain joy in little surprises, discovering your mom packed your lunch with a mini-Reeses because she loves you, or just discovering your mom. Tucking little goodness into your clothes, Slvdr
From a Laguna guy with heavy time in the streetwear game, Slvdr's just dropped some new nice-casual gear, almost every piece of which's abetted with some sort of hidden "easter egg" accoutrement -- luckily the kind that won't burst open to reveal disgusting spice drops. There're a slew of detail-abetted short-sleeve button ups (the pin-stripe "Santiago", with zig-zag overlock stitching instead of typical seams, and "Keep It Clean", with a hanging tag that connects to a hidden breast-pocket button) as well as shorts like the "Phantom" with a slim-zippered, near-invisible cargo-type pocket, and the "Granville", which has double-layered side pockets: slip your hand in like usual, or pull at the velcro at the top to open another compartment, finally giving you the space you demand to store your ATM receipts. Tees include everything from a simple combed-cotton breast-pocketed number to one with horizontal stripes down the body to the mash-up animal print "Dophilope" (exactly the bi-antlered sea creature you'd expect), each of which's got a vaguely uplifting phrase printed on the inside of the left sleeve, ranging from "enjoy your day" to "fun is mandatory, clothing is optional", which, if followed, doesn't seem like a savvy business model.
The brand also offers light sweaters, and'll drop a slew of heavy jackets in the fall; in addition to the aforementioned features, all of Slvdr's clothes also have interior seams that're stitched-in to prevent loose threads and unsightliness, the primary factor contributing to your long-time Momlessness.