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Let us introduce you to Dyer and Jenkins, an apparel company based out of California.

Their laid back threads aren’t just based out of California, but made in California — downtown L.A. to be exact.

From hemp Henley’s to crisp denim, Dyer and Jenkins have everything you need, and right now they’re having a major sale. So, let’s go over some of our favorite items before we get shopping.

DENIM: The denim here is super dark, and very simplistic. Dyer and Jenkin’s keeps it classic with no washes and sturdy appeal. Raw, selvedge denim is pretty much the elite when it comes to the denim world, but you’ll be paying south of 200 bucks. You can dress these up with a blazer, or wear them with a red-flannel shirt when chopping firewood.

Each design is a lot number, for example, Lot No. 001. This jean has an old-school fit that sits at your true waist, not your hips, while Lot No. 003 is not too slim and not too straight – a perfect fit for everyone.

HENLEYS: The Hemp Henley in Indigo is one of our favorites. Super soft, mid-weight fabrics make for the perfect loungewear. It’s a perfect layering piece for the chillier days. Eco-friendly and fashionable. Who knew?

BEARD OIL: The last item is a little misplaced, but hey, we’re not gonna argue with this one. Beard Oil.

And finally, the sweatshirt. Everyone, regardless of gender or style, needs a warm and comfortable gray sweatshirt in their closet. The perfect essential.

Sometimes we wish it could be Sunday everyday.

Check out the full line up of great products at Dyer  Jenkins.

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