Bodega's Fall/Winter Lookbook is Photos on Photos of Cut-and-Sew Goodness

Bodega's Fall/Winter Lookbook is Photos on Photos of Cut-and-Sew Goodness

Known for having one of the coolest shop fronts, Boston-based Bodega is giving a preview of its second full collection. Comprised of Navajo print-inspired polos, paneled button-downs, camo-lined outerwear, sweatshirts, and 5-panels as well, the fall/winter collection is designed to get you through the "jungle" that is winter. Garments such as the Sherpa Reversible Fleece are ideal for the inclement weather of New England, allowing the wearer many layering possibilities. The brand doesn't try and attach itself to obvious trends, but instead finds the pulse of its consumer to produce products for them—creating a natural, unforced collection in the process. If you can't make it out to their brick-and-mortar location, try and grab the gear here.

[via Bodega]

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