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Gentlewoman style: what’s the deal with chore coats?



Vetra chore coat women

“I don’t need any more jackets!”

“You’ll wear it loads!”

This was the conversation between Dave and I in The Conran Shop a few weeks ago. I’d clocked a cobalt blue cotton twill workwear jacket by Vetra and he insisted I try it on. It was one of those Bill Cunningham-esque utility jackets, the kind I see on lots of guys I know, who look great in them. But you don’t often see them on women. (more…)



Meet the handmade cowboy boots you can actually afford



Tecovas handmade cowboy boots

I have a long term obsession with cowboy boots. Only the classic kind, mind. So, I’m all over this DTC start-up. Tecovas is a Texas-based western-wear company that sells classic western boots and other accouterments to local cowboys and anyone else who’s into them.

Launched in 2015, Tecovas boots are made in Mexico City in a three generations family-owned factory. And in modern direct-to-consumer style, its USP is an Everlane-esque transparent pricing model that lets you know exactly where your money’s going. (more…)