Style terms every man should know
Belstaff Trialmaster Jacket
The Belstaff Trialmaster Jacket dates back to when Belstaff hit mud-caked, sweat-laden, road-rashed gold with the debut of the brand's most iconic outerwear piece.
Modern-day Brogues are abbreviated, decorative dots that give a shoe a nice bit of personality.
Button-Down Collar Shirt
The Button-Down Collar Shirt is one of those all-important pieces that remains a cornerstone of American style.
The Camp Moc was first popularized by L.L. Bean during the days when you could still guarantee people would actually be wearing them around the campsite.
The Cardigan's staying power is remarkable in and of itself, but it becomes even more extraordinary when you consider that the design reaches back to the 1850s.
The Chesterfield is the most traditional and enduring of all overcoats.
Corduroy has its roots as far back as 200 B.C. Egypt. It later became the fabric of choice for the working class, as jobs demanded a uniform that could take some abuse.
The Cowichan Sweater is a wool sweather whose designs, commonly animals, buildings, or shapes, are the weaver's way of showcasing their heritagea signature of sorts.
Cufflinks date back to the reign of French king Louis XIV, when they were known as "sleeve buttons."
The Desert Boot was a young British soldier's wartime distraction, eventually becoming the inspiration for one of the world's most recognizable shoes.