Dash Off

By The Editors
November 1, 2013 9:00 am

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. HerningFine 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.

Photo Credit: Alex Maier

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