We stock a lot of stuff from Indigofera. The quality, looks and details are some of the obvious reasons for that. We introduced the Heartland collection a few days ago. But there is much more news.
The Alamo shirt is an always popular style, we have a few friends having more than 2 of them. It is a relatively boxy and short shirt which is very universal to wear. Simple overshirt? Sure! A layer under your denim or leather jacket? Absolutely! Very solid twill is very durable but still soft to touch.
Black is always good and Marshall Black colour way is also good, for a few years already. The new one is the Golden Oak Alamo. This is a good one! Really nice colour to complement your outfit for these months.
Another classic in the Indigofera collection is Bryson, a flannel shirt brushed that it is incredibly soft on the inner side. And we love new color combination. Most probably the nicest one since we got familiar with Bryson's family. Those are really autumn colours.
Then there is a new fabric called Trickery Stripe. Who would suggests that it will be three different colors, black, brown and white? This great, fresh looking japanese fabric was used for 2 of another Indigofera classics: Harrison Vest. and Swearengen pants. The name Swearengen comes from Al Swerengen which was in the 19th century the founder of infamous brothel Gem Theater in Deadwood, South Dakota.
Funny aspect of this delivery is a printed tee. It is a Kernion The Last Endless Summer tee made of famous Supima cotton. The design is free hand drawn with dip pen, remembering the last endless summer you had with your friends building stuff of what you found in the shed. You did not know at the time this was the last summer when fantasy and childhood would rule your world.
The is a new Poncho. Inspired by the changing weather of the desert—the cool nights and hot days. The Poncho will protect you from the sun in the daytime and help you keep warm during the night. The selvedge fabric is exclusively made at Nihon Mempu, Japan. It is a Cotton/Wool Blend and it is sewed together in Sweden!