The right kind of LAZY

by Suraj Melwani | January 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

Our second drop post Holiday season features a few key favorites that are always requested. Easy, dependable, well-made garments in quality fabric that you've come to expect from us. 

This drop should flow well from our previous selection of garments (DOTS). The story here is about how you can transition well from afternoon to evening without forgoing comfort and form. Selecting fabric can be a tricky process, as aesthetic appeal may not always coincide well with function. 

Our Lazy Shorts are the perfect companion for folks that prefer a slow afternoon reading in bed or a good sweat during yoga. We sourced some of the best Cotton Terry from Osaka, Japan that would make for an ideal option. Weighing in at 220 GSM, these are solid enough to retain good shape through time. 
Our Lazy Blazer has always been a mainstay within our product line. This garment made a debut in the Spring of 2012 and quickly gained a loyal following. It's paired down enough for a casual feel but can transition well into the evening with a nicely tailored pair of slim pants. The fabric employed for this style is typically a stretch cotton jersey to hug the body nicely. Close it out with a sifr Essentials V-Neck t-shirt for a look that's a little effortless but clean.




We keep saying this but a Cotton Twill Slim Suit Pant is something every man should have. A Slim pant is a nice break away from heavy denim. A good T-shirt over this garment paired with some broken in loafers always does the trick. We chose very light Japanese Cotton Twill in darker shades for maximum comfort, even during more formal goings-on. Fabric again played a key role in how we see the garment experienced.



The end result is a selection of thoughtful garments that transition well throughout the day.



Stop in at PACT for a further look and be sure to let us know what you think of the structure of our new drops. These garments were displayed on Bryan Teo and shot by Daryl Chan at our in-house studio.





Sincerely,

-SM

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