The guys at Taylor Stitch are undoubtedly one of our favourite fashion brands here at Coolector HQ and they excel themselves in so many different areas of men’s fashion. They are particularly accomplished with their denim wares and if you’re looking to add this sort of aesthetic to your spring and summer wardrobe, you’re in luck, because Taylor Stitch have got some amazing denim pieces filling their digital shelves right now.
Take a look at our pick of 5 of the best denim essentials from the guys at Taylor Stitch below:
Taylor Stitch Democratic Jean in Green Cast Selvage – $178
If you’re anything like us here at Coolector HQ, you’ll probably pretty much live in your favourite pair of jeans and these ace looking Taylor Stitch Democratic Jeans in Green Cast Selvage ($178) are very much a candidate to be your new favourite pair. These 100% organic cotton jeans weigh in at 14-oz, which makes them a bit heavier than the rest of Taylor Stitch’s current offerings.
They boast a slubby, low-tension weave, which will make this denim feel amazing from the first time that you pull them on (and even better on the 100th). As its name suggests, Green Cast Denim introduces green sulphur into the dyeing process, something which provides these first class jeans a uniquely greenish undertone that reveals itself gradually as the more traditional indigo dye fades. ($178)
Taylor Stitch Western Shirtin Washed Denim – $125
Looking to cultivate a cowboy-esque vibe with your spring and summer wardrobe this year? Look no further than the Taylor Stitch Western Shirt in Washed Denim ($125). This classy number from the San Francisco based lifestyle brand has been heavily washed for a lived in feel and boasts selvage detailing on inside front placket, inside of cuffs and side gussets.
Chock full of vintage-inspired detailing such as angled chest pockets and contrast YKK snaps which may well invoke images of smouldering sunsets over dusty trails. Courtesy of its sophisticated cut and exquisite blend of cotton and linen selvage denim, this Taylor Stitch Western Shirt feels just as at home in the big city as it is out on the range. ($125)
Taylor Stitch Long Haul Jacket in Organic ’68 24 Month Wash – $188
Crafted from 13-oz. 100% Organic Cotton, this striking and stylish Taylor Stitch Long Haul Jacket in Organic ’68 24 Month Wash ($188) will be the first thing you reach for when you head out the door in the coming months. It has been custom developed with famed Isko Mills and has custom SF map print pocketing, made with 100% Organic Cotton.
In addition, this classy looking denim jacket has custom copper YKK doughnut buttons & rivets, zigzag reinforcement stitching on collar and front placket and front welt hand-warmer pockets for those chillier evenings. This awesome piece of outerwear (which, lest we fail to mention, is as badass as ever) represents yet another step towards greater responsibility and a healthier, happier planet – for the long haul. ($188)
Taylor Stitch Slim Jean in Black Selvage – $145
If you prefer your jeans to be a little slimmer fitting than the norm, you’ll not find many more stylish and versatile than these Taylor Stitch Slim Jean in Black Selvage ($145). They have been custom developed from an inky black 3×1 selvage denim and there’s some tooth to this fabric, some grit, and it is clear that Taylor Stitch have worked closely with their mill to get the look and feel just right.
The warp and weft are dyed black, but you’ll get an ever-so-slightly grey cast on your falling warp threads with time and wear. The low tension, slubby texture of the denim is revered by denim aficionados the world over and these will rapidly become one of your go-to pairs in your wardrobe rotation in 2020 and beyond. ($145)
Taylor Stitch Cash Shirtin Indigo Sashiko – $125
There is a tangible sense of quality to this Taylor Stitch Cash Shirt in Indigo Sashiko ($125) and it uses traditional Sashiko weaving gives which provides this fabric with its weighty texture. It is the same fabric you’ll find on a martial arts, except the one that Taylor Stitch use is quite considerably lighter. The cotton is dyed in vats of indigo, then woven into sashiko fabric, cut and sewn into this fine button-up shirt, and washed down to a breathable, buttery softness.
Sashiko is a centuries old Japanese weaving method which is characterised by a strong, vertical weft thread that gives the fabric it’s bold, uncompromising texture. The Cash Shirt from Taylor Stitch takes its cut and construction cues from a vintage workwear button ups, with a pointed chest flap pocket, and double-needle workwear stitching throughout. ($125)