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An interesting offering from Workware & Son‘s in house label 3 Days Union which depicts WWII U.S. Navy related graphics that would have been drawn by hand back in the day.

I think the shirt looks too “busy”, but I really like military related artwork.

$980 at the Workware & Son retail location. Also available in a lighter blue denim (Not pictured).


Three camouflage long sleeve button-ups in this Hamilton 1883 collab with Nick Wooster the king of camo:

A good mix of a few different disruptive patterns.  The shirts are made in the USA with Italian cotton.

If I had to pick I’d go with the middle option.  I’m not 100% sure what the name for that particular pattern is, does anyone know?

Available over at NOMAD for $255 CAD


A collaboration between Japanese brands LABRAT and WACKO MARIA:


Interesting enough offering until I saw the “Guilty Parties” rockers on the jacket pictured on the right, and the name tapes on the left jacket, one of which reads “UPSETTER”.  Seems to me like an anti military statement, which I am definitely not a fan of.

What’s the deal with the “Marvelous” patch?  Looks out of place, like something off a mechanic’s work jacket.

¥36,750 ($470 USD) at Berberjin


Two subtle, one loud, coming straight out of Canada:

Despite the fact I normally despise “urban” camouflage, I actually think the 3rd pattern looks the best. It’s got just the right mix of tones in my opinion.

$195 over at Wings + Horns.

I’m only a dozen posts deep on this blog and can already tell it’s going to cost me a lot of money. Everything I post about I want!


An interesting fall/winter offering from Japanese label SOPHNET:

If someone blindly described this shirt to me I would have definitely threw up a little bit in my mouth.  Seeing the picture though, I actually really like it.  The way the flannel shirt underneath peeks through is really unique.

Available at SOPHNET stockists for ¥25,200 ($322 USD)