Spring can be a tad bit of everything – breezy, stormy, warm, cool, sunny, and cloudy – all around the same time. Dressing for this transitional kind of climate is regularly a test, yet it can likewise be enjoyable. Pants and boots, an agreeable shirt, and exemplary calfskin coat are the sorts of closet staples that can take you from morning ’till night in solace and easygoing style.
We want to concentrate on garments and frill that stay with you; items and ventures that show signs of improvement the more you utilize them. We likewise like things that are planned and created in a way that gives them a chance to work consistently with your feeling of style yet remain around a bit all alone.
This season, Timberland, alongside British belt producer Denura, have collaborated with OTC to highlight some advanced works of art. The centerpiece of this accumulation is the Tenon Leather Bomber Jacket (above and all through). It’s a redesigned and urban-cool tackle the exemplary plane, made from Italian calfskin, and worked to a decades ago.
These Timberland Boot Company 6-Inch Lineman’s Boots (above) are a great way to bring a hand-crafted vintage feel to those warmer days when you still need some sturdy footwear. They are inspired by the early 1900s, when lineman climbing electrical poles needed boots that were rugged, tough, and abrasion resistant. This collection, from Timberland’s Made in the USA line, honors these workers with premium leather and distinctive well-worn detailing.
Lighter weight jeans can also carry you through these transitional months in comfort. These Squam Lake Linen Jeans (above) strike just right note; classic denim styling with a worn-in and well-used look and feel. The fabric (71 percent cotton / 29 percent linen) is soft and comfortable and looks like you’ve had them forever. Also, the lighter finish gives a nice break from the dark indigo trend of the past few years.
The jeans pair quite nicely with this Allendale River Poplin button down shirt (below). Lightweight and versatile, it’s a classic slim-fit blue plaid that can be worn casually with shorts or dressed up with some nice khakis.
We are also very excited to be working with British belt maker Denura (above). For more than 30 years they have been manufacturing leather accessories and belts in-house for a long list of internationally known fashion brands and designers.
Now, they are manufacturing their own line to the same exacting, yet surprisingly affordable, standards. Made in United Kingdom using the finest Italian and Spanish vegetable tanned leathers, these handcrafted belts come in an array of colors and several classic styles. Here, we showcase the appropriately named Men’s Jeans Belt.