For many years, women were restricted to wearing dresses, and tight corsets, but things started to change in the late 19th century. Women began to challenge the norms, and started wearing more masculine clothing. We explore the history of women wearing men's clothing in this blog post.
Plaid has been around since 100 B.C, and is now ubiquitous throughout global fashion. Learn about the history of plaid, how it originated in Scotland, was banned for almost 40 years and came to be associated with anti-establishment punks in the 1970s.
Laura has always gravitated towards "boyish" clothes, but it has not always been easy for her to feel comfortable. She reflects about her own experiences with clothing and how it influenced her feelings and those around her.
Corozo comes from the Tagua tree that grows in the lowland rainforests of Ecuador Peru, Columbia and Panama. Buttons made from Corozo are sustainable because the corozo nuts are durable, renewable and harvested naturally.
Not sure what to wear over the holidays with so many parties, family gatherings, and of course, New Year's Eve? Don't fret, we've put together some menswear-inspired style ideas to help you look spiffy this festive season.
Kelly's Stepdad, Stuart, wrote a humorous and touching story about our wedding that provides his parental point of view on what it is like to be part of a non-traditional wedding, where many of the men wore skirts and the brides to be and other women wore suits.
Ever wondered about whether you should manufacture your clothes in the USA? Want to find out more about what it means to buy "Made in the USA" apparel? We have outlined the benefits of producing and purchasing apparel "Made in the USA."