Rethinking the Henley with Stitchmill Clothing
There’s been so much buzz lately about how less is more. From tidying up your home to creating a capsule wardrobe, it seems like I’m not the only one focused on de-cluttering and generating more space while holding on to less stuff. In doing so, I find that I’ve been looking to the classic pieces — from my beloved white t-shirts to the more simple jewelry — so that I can weave these pieces into creating more outfits. Less really can be more!
As I’ve reignited my love affair with the classic t-shirt, I thought back on my Henley days. I think the last time I wore a Henley was back in high school? But, as you know, everything comes back around again.
Recently, we were introduced to Sam Miller, one of the founders of an NYC-based clothing startup called Stitchmill Clothing. Sam began the company with his good college friend, and they are on a mission to redefine the Henley with their collection of US-made shirts.
They are currently raising funds on Kickstarter to bring their shirts to life. If you’re interested in contributing (or to learn more), check it out here. I don’t know about you, but I’m seeing a summer uniform of cut-off shorts and Henley shirts in my future.
Image credit: Stitchmill