5 Spring Wardrobe Essentials from Taylor Stitch

With spring now firmly knocking on the door, most men will be turning their attention to what items to add to their wardrobe over the coming months and, if you’re anything like us here at Coolector HQ, you’ll be looking to get all your additions under one roof. That’s why we love brands like Taylor Stitch who have some excellent apparel for every taste and we’ve compiled a list of their spring essentials below:

The Jack Shirt  – $125

The weather might be getting warmer but it’s not all the way there yet so a good quality, long sleeve shirt is the first essential addition to your spring wardrobe and they won’t come much classier than the Taylor Stitch Jack Shirt ($125) which comes in a Brushed Navy Buffalo Check pattern. This adventure ready offering has a trim fit, button down collar, rounded chest pocket—returns in a lightly brushed, 100% organic cotton. Easy on the planet and even easier on the eyes. There are few patterns that are more iconic than buffalo plaid, which was first introduced more than 150 years ago and has since secured a permanent place in the annals of American style and the Jack Shirt from Taylor Stitch is crafted in 100% organic cotton, which delivers unparalleled comfort and style. ($125)

Apres Hoodie in Grey Stripe – $118

The humble hoodie is a style staple for more or less every man but if you want one that is going to be by your side for adventures for years to come, you need to push the boat out on quality a little and plump for one like the Taylor Stitch Apres Hoodie ($118). This robust, effortlessly cool accessory ticks all our boxes here at Coolector HQ and it is designed to keep you cozy while you kick back and relish a day well spent. There are a lot of reasons to love this cracking hoodie from Taylor Stitch and this includes the brushed fleece interior which is exceptionally soft and warm, while subtle olive stripes and leather accents make the Après sharper than the average hoodie. ($118)

Inverness Bomber Jacket – $198

As we transition from winter into spring, you’ll likely want to get your hands on a more lightweight piece of outerwear than the one you’ve been rocking for the last few months and the Inverness Bomber Jacket from Taylor Stitch ($198) is a prime candidate in our opinion. Boasting an old school cool aesthetic, this cracking piece of apparel from Taylor Stitch is made from recycled polyester which keeps the best features of traditional polyester (insulating and hydrophobic properties, durability)—but requires 30-50% less energy to produce and relies exclusively on recycled materials so you can feel environmentally good about donning this jacket each day. An eye-catching and unique quilted pattern adds intricacy to the clean silhouette and makes this a real favourite of ours at The Coolector. ($198)

The Trail Shorts – $68

If spring means heading out on the adventure trail for you and you want a pair of shorts to keep pace with you whilst offering comfort and resilience, you’ll find the Taylor Stitch Trail Shorts ($68 – during pre-funding) a difficult one to top. These brilliant looking shorts are understated in style but go big in performance and they are made from a responsible blend of upcycled denim with upcycled and virgin cotton fibers which delivers an exceptional strength and superb texture to the touch. Taylor Stitch have also rinsed it for softness, making these shorts impeccably comfortable and resilient enough to wear even on rigorous, multi-day excursions. ($68)

The Crewneck – $98

A comfortable sweater is another spring style essential and this The Crewneck Sweater from Taylor Stitch ($98) is one of the best in the business. Robust, stylish and comfortable, it is a real triple threat and has a looped interior which gives it a luxurious softness and the speckled exterior evokes a snow-filled sky. Made from a comfy, super absorbent French terry which crafted from a super environmentally-friendly blend of organic cotton and recycled polyester, and weighing in at just 11.5 ounces, it’s compact enough to wear under a heavier garment or to keep in your bag as an emergency layer if the spring weather turns chilly all of a sudden. ($98)

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.