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Quality Materials

Great clothes require great materials. Take a deep dive on a few of our favorites, from Alpaca to Velvet, below.


Corduroy

A soft, ridged cotton fabric with a timeless appeal, corduroy’s iconic ridges are called “wales.” The fewer ridges per inch, the chunkier the cord.

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A soft, ridged cotton fabric with a timeless appeal, corduroy’s iconic ridges are called “wales.” The fewer ridges per inch, the chunkier the cord.

Velour

Velour has all the plush softness of velvet (and some of its shine, too), but just enough stretch to give it a sportier finish.

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Velour has all the plush softness of velvet (and some of its shine, too), but just enough stretch to give it a sportier finish.

Mohair

Mohair yarn comes from the hair of the Angora goat, and it’s prized for its luster and durability; when it’s brushed, it gets an extra fuzzy look and feel.

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Mohair yarn comes from the hair of the Angora goat, and it’s prized for its luster and durability; when it’s brushed, it gets an extra fuzzy look and feel.

VELVET

The threads in velvet are evenly cut and distributed so as to give it a dense pile, which creates the luxe shine and superior softness it’s known for.

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The threads in velvet are evenly cut and distributed so as to give it a dense pile, which creates the luxe shine and superior softness it’s known for.

FLANNEL

Ranging from rugged to refined, flannel is synonymous with cold-weather dressing — look for brushed flannel for an extra-soft finish.

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Ranging from rugged to refined, flannel is synonymous with cold-weather dressing — look for brushed flannel for an extra-soft finish.