Men typically own just a few pieces of stylish, well-constructed clothing ("Going Out Shirt", "Funeral Pants") -- meanwhile, their everyday-wear tends to be middling in quality, bordering on Zubaz. Remedy that with SHADES of GREIGE's new spring line
Based in LA, SoG uses sophisticated cuts and CAPS-LOCK style to create understated updates on classic casual staples (however, due to the worldwide shortage in high-quality mesh, you should keep your old gym shorts). The foundation's short-sleeve button downs (solids and patterned), brightly-colored jersey-style cardigans, and long-sleeve flannels that come off as upscale'd versions of the ones that once burst open to gloriously reveal a Badmotorfinger shirt. Also available are tees in v- and drop-neck crew, and hooded henleys -- because when you chop off a polo's collar, it'll regenerate into something big enough to swallow your head
SoG also offers slick outerwear, including soft twill bomber jackets, spring pea coats, military field jackets, and a navy nylon zip-up dubbed The Heart Breaker -- the same impact you'll have on mourners when you show up to the cemetery rocking baggy, zebra-striped idiot-pants.