Hamilton shirts have graced the torsos of sartorially-savvy Texans for over 125 years now, ever since a couple of brothers headed out west and launched the Hamilton Shirt Company in Houston in 1883. Hamilton is America’s oldest family-owned shirt-maker and is currently run by fourth-generation members of the family, siblings Kelly and David Hamilton, who are bringing the brand into the 21st century to the acclaim of sharply-suited celebrity fans like Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg. Each item of clothing is cut by hand from paper patterns and sewn in the Hamilton workshop, using exclusive double-ply Italian and Swiss fabrics and a level of craftsmanship that hearkens to the golden age of clothing manufacturing. Although Hamilton offers a bespoke service, which will provide you with a shirt cut to fit you and you alone, the brand has also recently launched (to much fanfare) a ready-to-wear collection called Hamilton 1883, which includes collaborations with luminaries of the indie fashion world including Nick Wooster of Project Wooster and Canadian retailer Roden Gray.
Embrace the season's most eye-catching trend with this stylish assortment of shorts, shirts, trunks, and more. Shop the look in this sale, from Burkman Bros, Reyn Spooner, Wings + Horn, and more.
Each week, we bring you some of the very best of what’s on offer at our editorially driven brother site. From apparel to accessories to footwear, these in-season essentials are as versatile as they are stylish.
Just like your trousers, shorts fit best when they’re slim and tailored more closely to your legs. We’ve got plenty of well-fitting, trim shorts to choose from as well as a slew of options to pull them off — patterned sport shirts, polos, and even summer-ready blazers if you’re so inclined.
End the weekend on a high note with a great deal on pieces from some of your favorite designers, including Band of Outsiders, 7 for All Mankind, and G-Star, among others. You’ll find everything here from polos and baseball caps to sportcoats and cufflinks. It’s the kind of selection you’ll want to tell your friends about — but only after you’ve made your picks.