Say what you will, but it simply can't be denied that the three gentlemen behind blogger-cultivated shop Run of the Mill have done a good job turning their cult following and specific tastes into well-deserved dollars. Their first collection consisted of two spread-collar oxford shirts and a handsome pair of Italian-made double monk strap shoes — a silhouette that ROTM co-founder Lawrence Schlossman is especially fond of, and sold out almost instantly.

This season they'll be dropping even more footwear: sand suede double monks with a crepe or dainite sole, scotch grain double monks on a winter-ready lug sole, a sand suede chukka boot on a dainite sole, and a versatile cola-colored tassel loafer on a leather sole. Expect prices to be in the range of $400-$500.

That isn't to say they're giving up on shirting, as they also released photos of four other spread collar wovens, in prints like gingham and blackwatch plaid, as well as rugged fabrics like denim and flannel. They've even got a T-shirt featuring Pablo Picasso on it. If the response so far is any indication, don't expect these to stick around their site for long when they drop this Wednesday, October 26. 

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