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8 Winter Ready Menswear Essentials from Proper Cloth

  • Nov 15, 2023
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8 Winter Ready Menswear Essentials from Proper Cloth

New York is home to some of our favourite menswear brands here at Coolector HQ and, it’s fair to say, Proper Cloth is chief amongst them. Billed as a pioneer and leader in top-notch, custom-fit, made-to-order shirts, pants, jackets, and suits, it’s not hard to see why Proper Cloth have carved out quite the reputation in menswear circles. They remain unique in their approach and strive to combine technical innovation with premium materials and tasteful clothing design. The end result – clothes that look great all year round.

Check out our pick of 8 winter-ready menswear pieces from Proper Cloth below:


Japanese Low Twist Shirt

 Proper Cloth worked closely with a small Japanese mill that specialises in twill fabrics to come up with this unique shirt. The fabric has a low twist, which means it is looser and less refined in structure than a higher-twist fabric. This gives the shirt a more casual look and feel. The orange, blue, navy, and yellow plaid features an irregular tweed-looking effect, which adds even more texture and variation to the pattern. It makes for a unique yet wearable shirt that will add thoughtful interest to your cold-weather looks.

Bowery Unstructured Coat

The Bowery coat is a lighter, more relaxed take on the classic overcoat. It’s similar to our popular Bleecker coat in silhouette but without the canvas or lining. This gives it a softer, more unstructured feel that’s perfect for layering over sweaters and more casual suits. The Bowery coat has a clean, modern profile and softer shoulders that create a nice frame without feeling too formal.

Biella Stretch 5-Pocket Pants

The Biella Stretch 5-pocket Pants from Proper Cloth is a timeless and essential piece of clothing that can be dressed up or down. It originated in the 1800s as workwear, but it has since become a staple in both casual and formal wardrobes. Our 5-pocket pant is made from moleskin, a warm and comfortable fabric that is both hard-wearing and soft. It is perfect for everyday wear and will last for years to come.

Merino and Cashmere Cable Crewneck

This classy sweater from Proper Cloth is made from a soft and smooth blend of merino wool and cashmere, which gives it a warm and insulating quality. It is perfect for layering without adding too much bulk. The neutral beige colour is a classic for cosy and casual looks.

Merino Wool Ribbed Full-Zip Sweater

This merino wool sweater is a versatile top layer that can be dressed up or down. It has a sporty charm and refined elegance, thanks to its ribbed structure and full-length two-way zipper. The sweater is perfect for business-casual or casual settings, and it’s a wardrobe staple that will always be in style.

Chore Jacket

This chore jacket is a modern take on the classic workwear jacket. It’s made from durable cotton canvas and features two hip pockets, one chest pocket, and a notched collar. The boxy silhouette is flattering and comfortable, and the jacket can be dressed up or down. It’s perfect for everyday wear, whether you’re running errands or going out with friends.

Merino Blend Crewneck

This sweater is made of a fine blend of Italian merino wool, baby alpaca, silk, and nylon. It is a bit lighter than our merino and cashmere blend sweaters, making it a great option for layering. The airy and comfortable light- to mid-weight fabric is pleasantly fuzzy, making it warm and cozy in both function and appearance.

Lucca Windbreaker

This blend of merino wool, lyocell, and elastane offers a comfortable and versatile fabric that is perfect for everyday wear. The merino wool provides natural temperature regulation, while the lyocell and elastane add breathability, moisture-wicking, and stretch. The fabric is woven in Italy by Reda, a world-renowned manufacturer of merino wool fabrics.

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