Brooks Brothers is the oldest men’s clothier in the United States. What began in 1818 has grown to be a globally loved brand, favored by American Presidents and celebrities alike.
I remember when the first Brooks Brothers store opened at my local mall. I was nine years old and only interested in toy stores and music shops, but my dad made a beeline to Brooks Brothers. I can still smell the freshly shined wood interior. In the years following, the brand became a major staple in my dad’s wardrobe. (He was a big fan of their classic polo shirts.)
I’ve kept a close eye on the brand as I’ve gotten older and I’ve loved seeing how they fused their signature dapper spirit with casual, classic silhouettes in their Red Fleece line. I recently got the chance to test-drive some of the fall pieces from Brooks Brothers Red Fleece and I have to admit, I’m a fan!
I love the rugged (but slim) fits of the shirts, especially the modern paisley print on this chambray button-down. These chinos have become one of my favorites – between the copper color and soft-as-a-cloud fabric, I’m sure you’ll be seeing these in my weekly wardrobe regimen! Each piece meshes so seamlessly into my everyday activities, especially when it comes to blog meetings and general errands.
If you’re looking for stylish pieces that feature a dapper edge, look no further than Brooks Brothers. From modern suit separates that’ll snag you that corner office to durable pieces built for the adventurous spirit, Brooks Brothers has a little something for everyone.
Scout Sixteen is a lifestyle blog from Justin Livingston. Justin grew up in Mississippi but relocated to New York City in 2008. On Scout Sixteen, Justin shares his passion in fashion, travel, food and drink, and mental wellness.