Today's Style of the Day comes to you from Blue Owl Workshop in Seattle, Washington, and features standout summer pieces from John Elliot, Freenote Cloth, and Tanuki.
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Deck Shorts - Freenote Cloth
"The Deck Shorts from Freenote Cloth are a classic cut seasonal short designed with heritage details. Crafted using a Bedford cord fabric imported from Japan, the shorts feature two patch pockets at the front paired with Freenote's signature American workwear detailing. Cut in a regular fit and made in the USA, the shorts feature snap closures for the front pocket and an adjustable drawstring at the waist."
HSS Heavy Shinkai T-Shirt in Indigo - Tanuki
"Cut in a boxy fit, this shirt is rope dyed using a range of natural indigos to help produce the fabric's uniquely dark color and features signature Tanuki branded details along the side seam and right shoulder."
"Crafted using the brand's custom-knit 20oz french terry for a subtle textured finish, the Sequoia Hoodie from John Elliott employs a Kojima, Japan-based production process from start to finish. This iteration features an expertly performed garment dye to produce the hoodie's abstract tie-dye effect. Due to the labor-intensive production process, each garment is developed as a unique piece with no two alike."
Have a Great Day!
Here's a link to Blue Owl in Seattle, Washington.