Kristoffer’s Box

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Photo stolen from @apheks73 

Kristoffer got a basic looking box. The contents were neatly folded. The color palette was dull. And none of it’s contents really take the eye. But everything in it can be worn twenty different ways. Here at Comma we eschew costuming. We’re proud to put together shipments that blend with your everyday wear. The value needn’t be visual.

Hi Kristoffer,

Thanks for subscribing to Comma, the vintage menswear subscription service! Here’s what you get:

V-Neck Sweater: 100% wool and made in Scotland, it’s about as versatile as versatile gets. It’s a good weight and a sturdy weave but still thin enough for layering under a sport coat.

Duofold Henley: Made in USA of a unique two-ply fabric. The outer layer is a wool-nylon blend, while the inner layer is cotton. That combination makes it warm yet breathable and altogether durable. The shirt-tail hem gives it a unique look and makes it a bit easier to tuck if you wear it as a base layer.

Pendleton Scarf: I apologize that so far the box is a bit drab in color. I hope this scarf makes up for that, at least a little bit. It’s made in the USA by Pendleton and, as the tag indicates, patterned on the Black Watch Tartan. The Black Watch was a Scottish regiment famous in New England for its participation in the French & Indian War. I know it’s March, but I hope you’ll get a few chances to wear it before the weather turns to the warm.

Some other goods: We’re big fans of the baseball cards and these notebooks. The notebooks are great for taking notes, and the baseball cards are great for determining how to style a mustache.

If you are at all unsatisfied, don’t hesitate to reach out.

If you’re satisfied, the best compliment we can receive is the referral to your friends. You can also join us on the web:

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Thanks again,

Mike

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