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Thursday
Mar292012

Sunny Sports SS12 Patchwork Shirts

I love a little variety. Whether it’s with the materials, colors, or fit; I always find myself throwing on the thing that fits my mood that day the most. These new Sunny Sports Patchwork Shirts would be tossed on when I’m feeling, shall we say, frisky? These shirts are super fun with a Junya-meets-McNairy vibe to them, and I am a big fan of both labels and their overall aesthetic. Depending on the weather, the cotton stripe works for those warmer sunny days if I find myself wondering the streets downtown, giving me a little thinner fabric and a little more fresh air. The heavier denim version would get more love early spring when it’s still cool in the morning, yet the A/C has been set to “cold as ice” in my office (who does that?) I definitely wouldn’t mind alternating this as an overshirt with the Rogue Territory workshirt we featured last week.

Either way, these shirts are “win”, in general as they have a care-free air about them, but still have incredible handcrafted details and the famous triple needle stitch that really make it special.

Sunny Sports

Reader Comments (2)

Nick, love your site. Unfortunately i missed out on that awesome Rogue Territory denim workshirt - is there any other place that carries anything similar that is in stock? I am all too guilty of coveting right now..

March 29, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJames

James - appreciate the love! That is quite unfortunate, as I feel this shirt is about as unique as it gets. I have no idea of anything remotely similar without getting straight up into the denim shirt category. I would hit up Karl from RT to put a hold on your size for any returns, if possible? Sorry homie!

March 30, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterNickG

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