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When you’re going to start a clothing line based on revolutionizing the men’s dress shirt, you can’t do much better than Cary Grant’s character Jack Robie (To Catch A Thief) as the name. Like it or not, James Bond just isn’t a good name for a clothing company. But we digress. Two dudes at Brown got fed up with working in Gordon Gekko-esque offices and decided to make some shirts. The luxury men’s shirts have a tailored fit, slightly shorter length (we don’t have to explain what this means when she wears it), a shrink-resistant collar, and are available in colors and patterns from IT (white) to middle management (light blue). Best of all, they start at $85 and are made in America.

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When it comes to the daily uniform, there are few things as important as pair of comfortable, stylish and well-fitting pants. That’s where Flint and Tinder comes in with their bestselling 365 Pant. These year-round essentials have the cut of a jean, the feel of a chino and the stretch of a performance pant, which makes them unlike anything else on the market. As if being the perfect combination of all your favorites wasn’t enough, they’re available in multiple fits (slim, straight, tapered, jogger) and colors so you’re covered for work, travel and play.