If there ever was a time to trade up the suit, it’s fall.
Fine tweeds and textured wools maintain charm and keep the lakefront windchill at bay.
Here to dress you: Haberdash Bespoke No. 607, the new private suiting label from Haberdash, launching today.
You know these fine fellows from their newly christened Roosevelt Collection flagship, a 4,000-square-foot haberdashery that houses a La Colombe espresso bar and a barber shop.
It’s there where the gents will measure you up and offer sartorial guidance — whether it’s flipping through 275 swatches to find the right mix of Vitale Barberis fabrics for a three-piece or telling you when it’s appropriate to sport a wool vest under a classic herringbone jacket.
In addition, Haberdash does dress shirts in collaboration with New England Shirt Co. and Southwick.
Plus, the complementary goods. Dress shoes from Alden. Shawl and roll-neck sweaters from S.N.S. Herning. Fine timepieces from Shinola.
Because once you upgrade the suit, you’ve gotta upgrade everything else.
Nota bene: For the launch, Haberdash is offering its off-the-rack suit separates on special this weekend only. Jackets and blazers are priced at $399, vests at $149 and pants at $169.
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