Stetson has been outfitting heads with hats since 1865, eventually expanding into western-leaning shirts, denim and more.
Taylor Stitch has been making fine shirts and other dependable staples since 2009.
Now, the two American style icons have teamed up on a new capsule collection, which can only benefit your wardrobe.
The just-launched collection features seven styles that are dropping this month on a rolling basis. Today you'll find a couple pairs of selvage denim jeans and crushable wool felt hats. Next week, you'll get a couple of buttondown shirts. Shortly thereafter: a rugged indigo work shirt and some handmade moto boots.
The partnership merges Taylor Stitch’s penchant for responsible manufacturing principles with Stetson’s classic cowboy aesthetic, plus materials like organic cotton and hemp that will get better with age.
All that results in timeless items that will look great, whether you're doing cowboy things or—more likely—just living your life. You know, going to work, going to bars, trying to look like you give a damn.
All things that are much easier to accomplish with clothes on.