Garment-Dyed Goods

Sid Mashburn's popular men's shop is based in Atlanta, so the man clearly knows a thing or two about dressing well (but staying cool) in the heat. This summer, he's designed some handsomely laid-back and versatile garment-dyed styles for the store's house line. Sewn in Italy from lightweight linens and twills, the jackets, pants and pocket squares come in a range of rich hues—each with the telltale color variations of garment dyeing. And while the pieces are tailored with high-end details and a trim fit, there's nothing stuffy about them. In fact, these are the kind of items that look even better lived-in, with a few wrinkles.

Trousers, $195

    Garment dyeing is applying dye to a finished garment rather than making the garment from pre-dyed yarn or fabric.

Twill shorts, $145


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June 27, 2013

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