Le$$ is Mo' - Clothing
Designs that are practical, good-looking and durable (and thus worth paying for)
SUITSY – One piece business suit zips up. Enough said. Gotta love Americans. It. Just. Makes. Sense. I'd ditch the zipper though and keep the buttons. Would breathe much better and look better too. Now all that is left to do is turn this design over to H&M and they'll churn out more variety, slimmer fitting and jacket-optional designs. In multiple colors of course - while keeping things affordable.
BRANCA Running Sandals. Each unique pair of sandals are made to the buyer's specific feet. The sandals consist of high quality oil-tanned leather on top with a Vibram sole for maximum durability. The laces will meet on top of the foot with a cord lock to secure them to the feet. An adjustable strap loops around the heel in order to tightly secure the feet.
HOWIES Towpath Epic Cotton Trouser. Made for the outdoors from a hard-wearing 10oz water-repellent cotton twill. Each individual cotton fibre in Epic cotton is treated with a silicone polymer, making it water-resistant, without compromising the soft hand-feel. Unlike other water-resistant treatments, that magic coating won't wash off or affect the way the fabric ages.
HOWIES Merino Polo. René Lacoste, the French seven-time Grand Slam tennis champion, was right on the money with his 1920s invention. Only thing better than a tennis shirt is one made out of temperature regulating wool. Howies' fabric blend is 70% Superfine Merino Wool and 30% Acrylic - and 100% worth it. If you want 100% 17.5 Micron Merino Wool Polo, then MINUS33 has you covered.