Cardigans & Moccasins

Acne Jaipur Cardigan

The-Glade The soft cotton-cashmere mix of the Jaipur cardigan by Acne is comfortable and pleasant to wear. The cut reminds us of a classic bomber jacket. Perfect for layering on cooler days or as a jacket when it gets warmer.”

Inventory Magazine One of the first pieces to arrive from the Swedish label is this mix between a cardigan and a baseball jacket-type sweater. The cotton-cashmere mix would be nice almost all year around but I think the style of the knit would definitely require a collared shirt underneath. Whether worn as a light jacket or a layering piece, it’s pretty hard to go wrong with most of Acne’s knitwear. I have had a bit of a piling issue with a couple pieces from Acne, but I suppose that’s fairly natural with delicate fabrics and a reasonable amount of wear – which this sweater would surely get.”

Quoddy Canoe Moccasins – $220.00

Inventory Stock Room – “As sleek as the local Wabanaki watercraft. Collar lace threaded through lacquered eyelets allows you to snug it up, but doesn’t compromise the easy-on/easy-off nature of this most capable of slip-ons. Our perfect summer shoes come in peanut grizzly leather and will wear in beautifully through the warm months.”

Quoddy Blucher – $235.00

Inventory Stock Room ” When it comes to hand sewn moccasins Quoddy is the benchmark. Their craftsmen have been making beautiful shoes for a hundred years on the shores of the Passamaquoddy Bay. The Blucher is a nice 3-Hole model with great detailing around the ankle. It’s a more casual, versatile shoe that you can wear from the canoe straight to the pub. Our spring version comes in black chromoxel leather with a honey camp sole.”

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