Using their signature bamboo-derived fabrics, Sameunderneath reinterprets the staple rugby shirt in a mellow brown. Instead of printing or weaving, the argyle pattern is sewn on as a series of colored patches with contrast stitching. Embroidered logo on back collar.
Saturday, October 18, 2008
Fall 2008: Sameunderneath
Since 1999, Ryan Christensen's label Sameunderneath has set out to make clothes that looked good, felt good, and did good all at once. Committed to being sustainable and responsible, not only does Sameunderneath produce comfortable classics, but they also spend their time educating the nation's youth. So every garment you buy is another step forward for their Sameunderneath Foundation and a great new piece for you.
The Ivy League goes sustainable with this relaxed fit knit blazer. But don't let the comfy exterior fool you; one-button closure, functional surgeon cuffs, interior chest pocket, exterior flap pockets, and carved buttons. What else would you expect from such a thoughtful brand? 75% organic cotton, 25% polyester.
Argyle rugby, $96