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Welcoming in 2017

2016 was the year to grow, start something new, learn something new.  So much has happened the past year, it seems forever ago when I reflect back to our NYE event in 2015. I will remember the past, but will not dwell.   Just because it has happened before, I will not set the same expectation or results. Making moves in 2017.  Slight break, but never not creating. Wookie

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The Black Collection

Power.  Elegance.  Formality.  Mystery.   You can never go wrong with wearing black: for all occasions and situations.  Each garment was constructed with specific fabric so that all can be worn together.

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Part II - Fall '16

The part II of the Fall '16 consists of Oversize Brae, Burnside thermal, Fanno Cru-neck, Sunday drop crotch sweats and hawthorn cropped chinos.  You can mix and match to wear it all together or have it as two separate capsule. All items except for hawthorn cropped chinos have been washed and pre-shrunk.  I wanted to make sure this casual, easy to wear pieces was something one can wear, wash and dry without thinking too much about getting it ruined. The oversize brae is constructed with 14oz 100% pre-shrunk cotton.  It has a very soft feel and even has a slight stretch to it because it's interlock woven.  The overall length matches a normal shirt but because of it's oversized width,...

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Back at it again

It's been forever since i've updated this blog because I honestly don't like writing PR or reading them.  So, this Jaefields blog will be more of a personal update of the brand, the process and things that are happening.  That way, I can update more frequently, give insight and just babble on about the things happening. This summer has been one of the most interesting summers I've ever had.  Not only did we open up a flagship store for Jaefields but took some time off to just focus on taking a break.  When you create your own path, every minute, every dollar counts.  It's rare to take my mind off of "work".  I do envy those who can do 8-5...

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