Nom de Guerre, the New York-based collective founded by Holly Harnsongkram, Wil Whitney, Devon Turnbull and Isa Saalabi in 2003, has always excelled at making timeless garments that offer just enough interesting details to make them feel unique. And make the wearer feel good about buying quality pieces from independent designers. This spring, our pick of the Nom de Guerre litter has to be their 3/4 sleeve shirt. Offered in both an officer's shirt (with flap pockets) and an oxford cloth button down (with a shrunken spread collar), they have a precision fit and sleeves that hit right past the crook of the elbow—just where we like to roll 'em this time of year. These save us the time and trouble. $156 to $190 at Brigade, Frances May and Fred Segal
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