We’re pleased to announce a restock of our best quality, lightweight sweatshirt for women in navy, eggplant, heather gray/natural stripe and new gray with natural trim. Made of a stout 8-9 oz cotton loop-back French Terry, with a rib V insert at the neck and set in sleeves, the Archival Sweatshirt is designed exactly like our model for gents – but sized for women. We are also releasing a new plain tee for women in gray with natural trim. Made in Oregon by a regional manufacturing partner who has been producing sturdy cotton garments since 1921. To place an order – visit our Archival Web Shop.
Archive for April, 2013
We are offering our loyal customers 20% off a purchase now through April 30. Enter the discount code “SpringFling” during checkout in the Archival Store.
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Here are some unusual. “actor worn” offerings via ebay. I’d watch any show featuring characters sporting vintage Abercrombie hunting garb or Alden cordovan loafers. Can we put a plotline to these auction items?
Here are a few Odds & Ends sale items from the Archival web shop. If you’re smaller or taller, you’re in luck. We’re selling off the outlying sizes of several limited edition items including our Archival x Individualized linen popover and a special contrasting pocket Archival tee. Our women’s l/s tee in white cotton is also being offered at a reduced rate.
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I first spotted these kerchiefs at General Quarters, one of my favorite Los Angeles stockists. For those of you that have followed us for awhile, you know how much we love traditional, discharge printed cotton kerchiefs. Outside of Japan, they can be difficult to source. The General Quarters version is beautifully discharge printed in LA on all cotton blanks. The original design echoes historical polka dot patterns found in old Montgomery Wards catalogs from the 1940s. Visit the Archival Web Shop for more information or to place an order.