Men, the time to complete your outfits is long overdue. Welcome to our humble guide of haberdashery and accessories for the discerning gentlemen.
Treat yourselves to all the accoutrements you’ve ever wanted at Stately & Company, 10 E. Bridge St., in Rockford for local products and international brands all committed to sustainability and dapper. We’re talking about unique men’s accessories, self-care and casual clothing. It’s a place dedicated solely to men shopping for fine leather products, bottle openers, the Wilder Beard Company grooming line, and any other classic, durable goods that stand the test of time.
One favorite is a line of slim neckties and bowties designed by a New York artisan in neutral colors and fun patterns, $45. Another highlight is the set of wood accessories made by Woodchuck USA (where a tree is planted with every product sold): journal, $20; flask, $40; cufflinks, $60. There’s more to learn at statelyandco.com.
The party starts with the Happy Socks brand. This pattern gives the illusion of tiny multi-colored diamonds in a sea of purple for wardrobes everywhere, $12. DENYM, 443 Bridge St. NW in Grand Rapids.
Around the waist of every amazing man is an amazing belt. This style is fashionable, durable and available in four different colors from Brothers Leather Supply Co., $65. DENYM.
No guy can ever own too many hats. The Glendale cap in a soft fleece fabric features a low profile and includes a Herschel Supply ID label for that vintage look, $30. Frances Jaye, 50 E. 8th St. in Holland.
Ladies look for nice shoes. The Postman Oxford is crafted with Charcoal Rough & Tough leather for a classic, yet modern look that’s super versatile, $260. Frances Jaye.