If you haven’t heard of Corridor, you’re missing out. But to save you a bit of time, I’ll pass along the bullet points.
The NYC-based brand makes garments for men and women that are intended to be worn a lot. Like, a lot a lot. To ensure that durability, the various garments offered in their mostly made-in-the-USA line purposefully eschew from trend. That way, they don’t fall out of favor and are made to fit incredibly well, so you’re comfortable and looking good.
They’re most known for their shirting, and particularly for their Three Panel Fit. It’s based on a shirting pattern from the ’50s that uses three concave panels of fabric on the back to allow for a comfy slim fit with a super clean drape.
Now that you’re up to speed, you should know that they’ve just released a swath of shirts for spring. Featuring both short and long sleeve designs, they’ve applied a few different materials to the range, many with some nice textures to boot. While the shirts likely aren’t going to break any necks, they also weren’t really designed to do that in the first place.
The shirting can be found at Corridor between $185 and $235.