Suede or Nah? Tackling the Textile With Paul Smith's Classic Shirt

Suede or Nah? Tackling the Textile With Paul Smith's Classic ShirtImage via SSENSE

SSENSE announced on Sunday that they'd received a shipment of suede shirts from Paul Smith Jeans, a British company well known for sharp tailoring and craftsmanship. 

The Classic Shirt, an imported leather and suede piece, comes in a shade of tan that even looks like butter on-screen. Tonal stitching, a patched pocket and tortoise shell buttons round out the look. The Western style meets a modern Americana we're seeing a lot lately, so it's high time to cop, if you've got a g laying around somewhere. 

For all its luxury, suede is a weird material to wear. It's thin and clingy, like an annoying but attractive girlfriend. It's high maintenance, because it's gotta be dry cleaned. But a piece like this is worth the extra attention - layer it under a down parka with some Timbs, or let it stand alone as the centerpiece of your fit.

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[via SSENSE]

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