For their Fall/Winter 2018 collection, Engineered Garments went back to basics, as their roots in reimagined, reconstructed military, utilitarian and sportswear pieces were focused around a classic, red and black buffalo plaid pattern.
For Spring/Summer ’19, as the first hints of winter’s slackened grip start to reveal themselves, the back to basics approach is carried over and applied to a warmer weather aesthetic. Of course, back to basics has a different meaning for Engineered Garments than it does for pretty much everyone else, so while the building blocks of the new collection are familiar, the results are a distinct blend of classic style and experimental spirit.
Engineered Garments have interspersed their utilitarian basics with elements inspired by classic, mid-20th century resort and leisurewear. After generations of association with the most abrasive of tourists, the Hawaiian shirt is reclaimed for refined relaxation. Though if you do want to hang a camera around your neck while you're wearing this, it's totally your choice.
If a size is not listed, it is sold out.
Model measurements are 6'1, 150lbs. Model is wearing a size M.
- Made in USA
- Spread collar
- Six-button front
- Left rounded patch chest pocket
- Front right rounded patch waist pocket
- Straight back yoke
- Vented side seams
- Straight hem
- Tonal stitching
- Mother-of-pearl buttons throughout