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These designer deals are too good to pass up

Words by Leon Hedgepeth

This cardigan in navy is where comfort meets cool. Pair with denim, chinos or even a pair of shorts as we transition seasons.

Adam light merino cardigan,
$290 / $145 by Norse Projects

Angelo Urrutia founded his brand 4SDesigns on the identity that all clothes could be worn throughout the four different seasons. Do you think this overshirt is an exception?

Quilted bd shirt,
$495 / $295 by 4SDesigns

The iconic Wallabee gets an update with a low top moccasin boot. Suede, leather and a crepe sole? Name a better trifecta than that. We'll wait.

Black combo Wallabee,
$190 / $119 by Clarks

This sweatshirt from UNIS is the ideal fit and color for every season. Why wouldn't you want this for half the price and to wear seven days a week? Put this over an oxford shirt and underneath a denim jacket for an instant nonchalant coolness.

Eli raglan sweatshirt,
$148 / $78 by UNIS

I'm a sucker for indigo dyed anything because it ages so well. If you wear this now through next fall, you'll get that true “vintage” look all on your own.

Indigo-dyed twill shirt,
$89.50 / $80.99 by J.Crew

This sweatshirt reminds me of a nice cappuccino—warm, functional and feels good any time of the day. This classic look gets elevated with a front-pouch pocket and ribbed cuffs to make for a very comfortable sweatshirt. A modern take on a vintage classic that brings a heightened sophistication to this endlessly comfortable casual look.

Quarter zip sweatshirt,
$168 / $84 by Todd Snyder + Champion





This relaxed fatigue from the amazing folks over at 3Sixteen is a showstopper. The two-tone army greens make for a must have. Double cuff the pants and slide on a pair of your favorite Boston clogs.

Olive Block HBT fatigue pant,
$240 / $185 by 3Sixteen

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