Not to be confused with horrific viral trends of today’s male dress code, this ain’t no male romper. Aloha Picnic is throwing it back to the blue collar days, when guys who got dirty needed something to cover their clean clothes. The perfect solution then (and now) was a pair of cover-alls.
The new Tsunagi Boilersuit is a modern take on those classic workwear pieces, and this one will look good in or out of the garage. Constructed from a unique fabric blend of 88% cotton and 12% flax done in a true vintage inspired ticking stripe pattern, this suit features a simple button up front placket and two symmetrical chest pockets for pens, notebooks, wrenches, or fruit roll-ups, specifically.
The bottom half is equipped with two front and two rear pockets, and when the going gets hot, the top can be unbuttoned and tied around the waist for maximum cooling effect.
Available for $320 at Independence Chicago.