Canadian Fashion: Frank & Oak

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Frank & Oak is a new online menswear store that is taking men’s fashion to a whole new level. This Montreal-based brand offers premium threads and a personalized online shopping experience unlike any other.  With a new collection every month and items shipped right to your door, Frank & Oak is making fashion fun and easy for all trendy gents out there. There’s also no need to worry about products that don’t work out because Frank & Oak has a free returns policy. The best part of all this is that their products start at under $50 and won’t do much damage to your wallet. Plus, it’s always nice to be supporting a Canadian fashion label.

Here are some of my picks from Frank & Oak’s fresh new October collection:

1. Derrick Shirt
The current trend in textiles is pushing vintage fabrics to make a return to our wardrobes. The Derrick shirt features a textured fabric that has a raw London rock feel to it. It also has a placket-less design with slim round-edge cuffs.
2. Jasper Oxford
Frank & Oak makes the classic Oxford in darker and vibrant fall shades. It has a slight distinguished sheen for a crisper, European look. The thicker soft-washed Oxford cotton makes for the perfect cool-weather pieces. Features classic button-down collar, round-edge cuffs, and utility chest pocket. 
3. Tremont Flannel Shirt
A Fitzgerald inspired piece in super soft flannel that reads like a classic American novel: creative and unique, but rich with history. This shirt features two button-down utility pockets, heritage F&O detailing, and slim angled-edge cuffs.
4. Civic Henley
This henley is the basic essential that you need to get you through the Fall. It’s a masculine piece with heritage appeal, in a textured and heavier cotton. 
Membership at Frank & Oak is completely free, so sign up today and you can start shopping their October issue immediately!

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