Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Dog Days Classic Combo

H³. Hazy, hot, and humid. Once the dog days set in even we at Leviner Wood try to get away with as few layers as possible. At work, we hang up our suit coat and work in shirt sleeves. And … Continue reading

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Fabric of the Month: Birdseye

No, it isn’t nailhead, which is a smaller, more square looking pattern, this is birdseye. Slightly less formal than solid charcoal or a pinstripe, birdseye’s pattern is an interesting way to add some texture to your wardrobe. At a distance … Continue reading

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NOT Your Father’s Seersucker

There are certain fabrics that were made for hot and humid days. That is to say, there are certain fabrics that are made for summer in the South. Because of that association, those same fabrics have assumed a sort of … Continue reading

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