The men's clothing label Company of We offers an impressive range of casual basics to meet your everyday wardrobe needs. Blazers feature fashion-forward details like double-buckle closures, giving them a distinctly modern feel. On the other hand, a wool herringbone trench owes as much to the heritage movement as it does to its military origins, while a slim, cropped toggle coat toes the line between old school and new school influences. Tying it all together is a range of well-executed basics — think fitted shirts, knits, and pants — for a collection of pieces that work as well separately and as they do together.
The breadth of Company of We's offering is impressive. A brass-buttoned double breasted blazer would go nicely in Bar Harbor, while a sweater vest that’s distressed almost to the point of unraveling if more appropriate for an art opening downtown. Bottoms range from truncated and pleated shorts to flat-fronted wool trousers.
This collection from Gilded Age and Company of We covers the full spectrum—from rugged to refined, it’s all in the mix. So whether you’re looking for something that you could take on a weekend in the woods (heavy selvage jeans, a herringbone bomber), or an evening on the town (flat front trousers, a buckle-closure blazer), you’re sure to find it here.
Whether it’s a crew-neck or a V-neck, cardigan or pullover, the sweater is a crucial part of any guy’s wardrobe. From wardrobe building block to outfit-maker, it’s one of the most versatile pieces in your closet. Luckily we've got a whole range of them in just your size.
The breadth of Company of We's offerings is impressive. A classic twill blazer would go nicely in Bar Harbor, and a cable knit cardigan screams Kennebunkport, while a slick leather jacket is more appropriate for an art opening downtown. Bottoms range from truncated and pleated shorts to unexpectedly cool draw-string trousers.