Taylor Stitch Sea Ranch Collection

Needless to say, as the seasons change, one’s wardrobe needs to change accordingly and it’s always pleasing when you can get all your new apparel essentials in one place and Taylor Stitch is invariably one of our first ports of call here at Coolector HQ. The latest release, the Taylor Stitch Sea Ranch Collection, is basically your Fall wardrobe sorted and regardless of your sense of style, there are plenty of pieces within this collection that will match.

Check out some of the best pieces from the Taylor Stitch Sea Ranch Collection below:

Maritime Shirt Jacket – $188

Made from 20-oz. 70% Wool, 30% Unknown Reclaimed Fibers with a signature California collar, there is a distinct old school cool to this Maritime Shirt Jacket from Taylor Stitch ($188). The great looking piece of outerwear is ideal for layering in the cooler autumn months and boasts dual oversized flap chest pockets and matching cats eye buttons. It is burly enough to serve as a jacket, but cut like a shirt to allow for layering, this is a cold-weather essential that you’ll be thrilled to have on hand from the moment the leaves start to change colours all the way through to the dreary depths of winter. ($188)

Winslow Parka – $238

A good quality jacket is a must for when the temperatures start to take a tumble over the next few months and they won’t come much better than this superb looking Winslow Parka from Taylor Stitch ($238). It is crafted from an organic Cotton Halley Stevensons Beeswaxed canvas for an excellent robustness and stylish aesthetic. It comes in an understated Slate colourway that showcases the style’s signature beeswaxed finish. Like the garments that inspired this fantastic jacket from Taylor Stitch, they built it to survive through generations of wear. Make sure to take it on an adventure or two before you hand it down so your own kids—and grandkids—will have some good stories to go along with their heirlooms. ($238)

Democratic Jeans – $178

Jeans are a style staple for all men and if you find yourself in need of a new pair this fall, look no further than the excellent Democratic Jeans from Taylor Stitch ($178). Each pair is custom developed and woven by Yamaashi Orimono in Japan, with over 80 years of operation so you know the quality of their wares are second to none. Boasting a unique blend of cotton, organic cotton, and recycled denim, these jeans have their own distinctive look and feel. At 12-oz, they’re lightweight enough to wear on warmer days but still sturdier than your average jeans. Japanese denim mills are widely considered some of the very best in the world, and Recover Selvage offers a responsible way to experience that lauded craftsmanship firsthand. ($178)

Yosemite Shirt – $125

A bold choice of colour is the call of the day with this Yosemite Shirt from Taylor Stitch ($125) which is right up our street here at Coolector HQ. This excellent looking bit of apparel is made from a 9oz. 100% Organic Cotton flannel chamois and has lock-stitched buttons and buttonholes. This eye-catching, mid-weight flannel chamois is incredibly soft to the touch, and because it’s made using 100% organic cotton, it’s environmental impact is equally gentle. The same no-nonsense features you’ve come to expect—two flap chest pockets, a California-style collar, and heavy-duty construction—make The Yosemite an easygoing everyday garment that won’t buckle under pressure. ($125)

Heavy Bag Henley – $68

Relaxed and comfortable for warm autumn evenings, this Heavy Bag Henley from Taylor Stitch ($68) is an essential addition to your fall wardrobe. It is cut from the same fan-favourite fabric found in The Heavy Bag Tee, this Henley’s about twice the weight of a standard cotton t-shirt, but incredibly soft to the touch. It makes use of upcycled and recycled yarns, which are shredded and respun, making this the first truly waterless fabric which emits only trace amounts of CO2. It has a three-button half placket front and unbreakable urea catseye buttons alongside a fully tapered shoulder seam for a great fit. ($68)

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