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A Day's March: Utilitarian Corduroy

A Day's March: Utilitarian Corduroy

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It’s Cords season.

It’s been an absolute pleasure to collaborate with one of my most loved brands: A Day’s March. Just in case you’re not familiar with them, I can give you a quick rundown. Per their website: “A Day’s March is a Swedish menswear label founded in 2014 by Marcus Gårdö, Pelle Lundquist and Stefan Pagreus. We offer clean-cut basics and wardrobe staples of the highest quality, at a friendly price.”

They released their Corduroy A/W 18’ collection and I already knew that I would get a couple of pieces. You can always expect great quality and fit from A Day’s March. I usually gravitate towards black, but there was something about this silky, velvet navy that really caught my eye. I really love how it picks up light in real life and has a subtle shine. I paired it with my favorite pair of Comme des Garçons Play High top sneaks to give it an urban edge.

Check out the rest of the line here.

 
 

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