January is always an exciting time for menswear. There's market week; London, Milan, and Paris fashion weeks; new spring arrivals to the stores; and my favorite: end-of-season sales. If you follow us on Twitter, you will know that we've been keeping you up to date with all the great sales going on as they happen. So be sure to follow if you don't already.
For this edition of WWWWWW, I'd like to focus on at No Man Walks Alone. No Man opened their [digital] doors last year and have been one of my favorite webshops ever since. Their buys are almost perfect in my mind. They take sharp Italian tailoring and pair it with edgy designer and Japanese heritage labels. Yet somehow, nothing seems out of place. To top it all off, they just rolled out their 50% end of season sale and there still is tons of awesome clothes left. I've put together for you guys my favorites in the form of an outfit. Don't let that stop you from checking out their whole sale section though. There's guaranteed to be something you like.
Click through below to see our picks from the No Man Walks Alone Sale.
1. Inis Meain wool & cashmere Muirin rib fisherman hat: Inis Meain makes some of the best knitwear in the world and their hats are no exception. The cahsmere-wool blend means it is both soft and warm.
2. TS(S) down filled denim long coat: This coat has it all. It's a traditional mac coat done in a dark indigo denim that will fade beautifully with wear. The inside is lined in down, so you'll be warm without looking like the Michelin man.
3. TS(S) combed cotton flannel scarf: One side of this scarf is a grid check and the other is a houndstooth, so it's a two for one. I like that Ts(s) finishes their scarf with slanted hems instead of fringe. It gives you a cleaner look.
4. Oliver Spencer oxford buttoned collar shirt: A classic. You can go wrong with a couple of these in your wardrobe.
5. Stephan Schneider Figaria crewneck sweater: This sweater has an super soft and fuzzy blend of mohair, wool and poly. The subtle plaid pattern elevates it from your average crewneck sweater.
6. Buttero Brunello side-zip boot: I'm actually surpised these made it to sale. A extremely versatile boot, not too chunky and not too sleek. Zips making lacing up your boots a thing of the past.
7. Monitaly twill five-pocket jeans: Monitaly can make some pretty wacky stuff. These however are perfectly understanded. Your standard jean cut in a nice solid gray twill.