With so many new fall shirts coming in from Freenote Cloth of late, it’s difficult to pick just one. The indigo ‘Lambert’ ($220 US) in railroad stripe (how about that runoff!) and ‘Jepson’ ($210 US) flannels are probably the most traditional looks amongst the current line-up but they’ve covered almost everything with denim and oxford options in the mix, too.
Worth noting is that all these shirts are cut from fabrics sourced in Japan and maintain the distinct workwear aesthetic Freenote is known for. And as always, their garments are proudly manufactured in the USA. The shirts range from $200 to $230 and you can check out the entire fall shirting lineup over at Freenote Cloth.