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Since spotting the scores of stylish gents at Madison Mens Shop's opening last week, we've never been more inspired to borrow from the boys. Enter Silver Lake-based O'Harrow Clothiers, a new line of gear for both guys and girls that takes traditional menswear and accessories to a whole new level.
Created by designer Claire Moseley—a former staffer at Calvin Klein and GQ—the made-in-the-U.S. brand has made it a mission to bring more men's pieces into women's wardrobes. With print-happy pocket squares cut from cool Japanese fabrics to shirts with "no darts, no mocked sleeves, no sequins, just a classic button down that fits right and stands out from the rest," the label sees itself right up there preppy-cool brand J. Crew in the future, but with "a little more punch!"
Priced from $10 to $35 for accessories (we're especially loving outfit-popping pieces like this, this and this) (they also take custom requests) and $89 to $110 for tops, the brand also plans on unveiling more merch like shirts and ties in the coming weeks.
· O'Harrow Clothiers [Official Site]
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