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Thursday
Jan072016

Blue in Green: New Website

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01. Fullcount & Co. 15.5oz Denim Jacket.
02. Warehouse Loopwheel Organic Cotton Zip Cardigan.

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One of New York’s preeminent select shops, Blue in Green, is poised to launch a new website, with the updated design currently being beta-tested. The layout is familiar and easy to shop, similar to their sister site for The Real McCoy’s NYC, which always allows the product to take centre stage. Head on over and check out the wide range of premium denim and hard to find clothing on this fresh, functional platform.

Blue in Green

Tuesday
Jul152014

Fullcount Lightweight Katsuragi Jeans

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—01. Lightweight Katsuragi twill.

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As soon as the dog days of summer roll around, I always find myself thinking about lightweight, pale jeans for that casual hot weather look. Perfect with Aloha shirts or similar summer options, this pair features a slim fit, which is the only way to wear to ivory coloured jeans, in my opinion.  

Available at Blue in Green

Saturday
Jul132013

Fullcount Irish Linen Watch Caps

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—01. Available in four colours.

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I wear a lot of watch caps and am always looking for various weights and colours. I really like the idea of lighter weight linen watch caps, in brighter, less wintery colours. Fullcount seems to have nailed the not so heavy, not so dark coloured cap that someone, inclined as I am, can wear in the sunnier seasons.

Available at Blue in Green

Friday
Aug032012

Fullcount Melange Knit Short Socks

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—01. Available in three colours.

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It appears that Japan makes the best socks, especially when it comes to a variety of beautiful melange colours. These short knit socks by Fullcount are just another example, just arrived at the New York retailer.

Available at Blue in Green

Friday
Oct222010

Fullcount Workshirt

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—01. Great natural colour for Fall.
—02. Chinstrap detail.
—03. Nice textures.

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Earlier this year I remember getting excited for some fall shirting in fabrics like muslin and chamois, as a bit of a change from what was available last winter. This version of the always-classic work shirt isn’t quite as uncommon as those in terms of fabric — it’s just flannel. What I like though is that it’s just a single colour instead of plaid, which is a departure from most other flannels. The nice organic cotton is a great off-white colour and it’d fit in nicely with the browns and earth tones I find myself wearing a lot of lately. It's still got those familiar outdoor references but isn't something you see everyday.

Blue in Green