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The NAVY-ism | Odds & Ends

Apr 4th, 2008 | Categories: Americana, Japan, Magazines, Men's wear, Style | by Michael Williams

Number five of a five part series.

After working our way through Pea Coats and CPO shirts, the next logical step is the classic and recently popular Chambray shirt. The great part about these shirts are their ability to be worn as a casual shirt or dressed up with a sport coat and tie.

Below: Chambray shirts from Japanese brands Haversack, Mr Freedom (amazing name!) and Post O’ Alls.

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More Steve McQueen from The Sand Pebbles this time in a Chambray shirt.

Steve McQueen

Below: out of everything in the issue, this Haver Sack sweater is my favorite.

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Below: this duck jacket is pretty awesome too. I’ll take it in both colors.

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    on May 7th, 2008
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