80s pop culture has seen a resurgence lately, from Transformers, to Wall Street, to Indiana Jones, suggesting if we simply cease to be nostalgic, Shia LaBeouf will vaporize. Now resurrecting an 80s apparel brand, B.D. Baggies
A gear lineup that launched in the 80s, fell out of favor in the 90s, and recently resurfaced thanks to some benevolent Italian investors, B.D.'s dropping its fall/winter offerings, crafted from pre-washed cotton and meant to convey an iconic American vibe, though according to Aunt Mimi, that's actually comprised of black plastic and a couple C batteries. Button-ups include the 1986 Poplin in blue/white or green plaid; the purple 1919 Flannel Gingham; the Foundry, available in a collared chambray or hooded oxford; and a red/white/blue number called Legend, which Will Smith will attempt to convince you is actually him. For whenever it decides to stop being hot in September, they've dropped a jersey-lined front-zipped fleece hoodie; the 9 Gauge cashmere sweatshirt; and a dark blue epaulet'd flannel shirt/jacket combo called the Foundry Expedition, also the worst field trip ever not involving the National Apple Museum
There's also a some long-sleeved henleys and tees for layering, and foolishly assuming that you wear pants, they've got the gray fleece Gym and the light blue Home Body, which anyone'll be when they break their hand and lose their license for a year.