As things start cooling down, you can start working wool back into the wardrobe.
If you want to move more gradually with that process, check out Pherrow’s new pullover, the composition of which is 57% cotton, 29% linen, and 14% wool. The rest of the shirt (conveniently catalogued as the 18w-761ws) is much like the material, simple at first glance, but far more complicated up close. A tab collar with a button-down closure in back, a half placket of buttons, subtle western yoke, and a small chest pocket all add up to a shirt that conveys classic retro-vibes without shoving them down your throat. Double-needle construction means the whole ensemble should last longer than you and that chain-stitch runoff will let you stunt on the other clothing nerds in your area.