Entries in Sassafras (48)
—01. South2 West8 Ballistic Tool Tote.
—02. Sassafras Flower Bud Half Shirt.
—03. orSlow US Army Fatigue Pants.
—04. Engineered Garments Workaday Overlap T-Shirt.
—05. Deadstock Swedish Army Belt.
—06. orSlow US Navy Hat.
—07. Yuketen English Ranger.
With the weather already starting to cool off in the shade and at night, pants and overshirts are becoming a more common occurrence. Between the fabrics of orSlow and Sassafras, these garments feel as good as they look. Yuketen's latest version of their Ranger Moc go nicely with the fatigue pants as well.
—01. Olive ripstop.
Another great olive shirt jacket - this time from Sassafras. The Vertical Garden Half shirt comes in an olive ripstop cotton, complete with four front pockets, the bottom two feature side entry.
—01. Bud pruner.
—02. Scoop man.
Our second shipment from Sassafras includes a variety of printed tees. Coming in heather grey, white and indigo, the shirts are made in Japan from 2 ply cotton, featuring a handful of different prints. Some more subtle than others, the graphics are unique to the gardening theme of the Japanese brand.
—01. Fall Leaf shorts.
—02. Fall Leaf Sprayer pants.
Sassafras first caught our eye in early 2009 and last week it was exciting opening the first couple of boxes from Japan. The first delivery includes two pairs of shorts, two pairs of pants and two shirts. The garments are made with beautiful fabrics and really unique, interesting details - it's one of the cleanest brands on the market in my opinion. The product range is rather restrained and small, but the quality and vision is precise and its very well executed all around.
—01. Feel Sun Shirt.
—02. Sprayer Pant.
No stranger to this blog, and already on many a radar and wish list, Sassafras produce unique and interesting garments season after season. Having kept an eye on what's been arriving at several of the brands retailers recently, I'm personally eager to fill the Sassafras shaped hole that has developed in my own wardrobe; an absence that has been haunting me for quite some time now.
—01. Mixed fabrics.
Sassafras don't usually make wool jackets, or a whole lot that is isn't denim, cotton twill or chambray. This mixed fabric coat uses an interesting flecked material which suits the style of piece quite well.