Todd Future

By The Editors
January 4, 2013 9:00 am

When accepting style direction, it’s important to consider your source’s background.

Things like industry experience. Knowledge of fit and tailoring. A resume that doesn’t feature the words “Ed” and “Hardy.”

Sporting all the right credentials: NYC designer Todd Snyder, now boasting a new online store to help you dress more ruggedly dapper.

Snyder cut his teeth (and his fair share of fabric) with Ralph Lauren and J. Crew before starting his own line – but up ’till now, his British-military-influenced prep essentials were only available piecemeal at spots like Barney’s and Bergdorf. 

Now he’s conveniently housed it all in one e-emporium, ready to ship directly to your door. Think artfully rumpled button-downs in colorful plaids, military khaki, and micro chambray.

Butter-soft henleys, sweatshirts and tees that’ll stand up to the whole weekend, both lounging and lunching.

Wooly cardigans and sharply-tailored outerwear to carry you through the next few chilly months.

On the bottom, Snyder’s got both a line of Japanese selvedge denim in washes from “gunmetal” to “whiskey,” as well as a full range of trousers from washed selvedge khaki chinos to brawny wool cargo breeches.

The kind of clothes that help you stand out from the background.

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