Style | December 9, 2014 9:00 am

The Weather’s Crap. Wear This.

The world’s most comfortable shirts and sweaters

By The Editors

Today is a difficult day to look good.

Snow. Sleet.

Beautiful, calming sunshine (shut up, California).

But thanks to Trumaker, a gent can cut a handsome figure no matter Ma’ Nature’s transgressions.

Started by a couple of Bonobos alums, Trumaker offers up on-demand, ridiculously comfortable shirts, blazers and sweaters.

They’re primarily “built to fit,” meaning the company’ll send a stylist to your location of choice to take your measurements.*

Once you’re in the database, you’re free to order anything from their site — dress shirts, casual wares, etc. — and consult your personal “Outfitter” for on-demand sartorial advice.

All from the comfort of your home.

And speaking of comfort: Based on personal experience, your editor hails Tru’s double-brushed cotton-twill Henson as a dress shirt “(he) would sleep in.”.

Bonus for these bad-weather times: Trumaker just launched a line of lambswool/cashmere cardigans, mock-neck zips and crewnecks.

All soft, warm and extremely handsome.

And unlike their shirts, ready to wear. No measurements needed.

Our favorite? A pocketed heather blue Wallace, which also doubles as a nice blazer replacement.

The first winter blues you’ll enjoy.

* Currently available in San Francisco, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Orange County, Chicago, Denver, Boulder, Seattle, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Nashville and Washington DC, and, just now, New York.