Buck Mason is an all-American-made brand that’s becoming a serious e-commerce contender. The L.A.-based line sells direct-to-consumer, offering superior-crafted garments at affordable prices. The garments are timeless Americana, not overly designed yet versatile enough to wear for years. The site has two shopping options: “Singles” lets you click through individual categories, selecting articles of clothing a la carte. “Packages” is a try-before-you-buy opportunity, in which you can select a stack of three or five complementary closet staples. The package you select is sent to you with no shipping cost (bonus!), and you have 14 days to decide which items you dig. You can return anything with the included prepaid label (double bonus). It’s a sophisticated way to assemble a casual uniform of tasteful t-shirts, tried-and-true colorways, and truly classic basics. buckmason.com
Chambray Work Shirt, $88: If you haven’t picked up a work shirt for fall yet, this is a great option.
Crew Slub Tee, $24: The fit hits an ideal spot between slim and relaxed.
Henley in navy, $48: Made of supersoft pima jersey, it's ultra-comfortable.
The 30-Year Belt, $72: Made of high-quality leather to last and age beautifully. Maybe don’t lose it.
The 20-Year Boot, $195: Few things shout "MURICA!" more than this Red Wing chukka work boot.
Black chino, $135: You can rock these from the office straight to happy hour and beyond.
Cool Cotton Shirt in Olive, $88: Stay cool under pressure in lightweight poplin.
Slim-Fit Jean, $135: Constructed from 12 oz. selvedge denim.
The Bruce Package, $247: White Crew Slub Tee, White Oxford, Standard Fit Jean. James Dean heads into the office for Casual Friday.
The Townes Package, $445: Light Grey Slub Tee, White Short Sleeve Oxford, Chambray Work Shirt, Sand Chino Short, Olive Chino.